Kendra (and hubby John) stopped by yesterday with a bunch of stuff for Show and Tell!
Kendra purchased several colorways of "Remington" a couple of weeks ago and returned yesterday with the finished quilts she made.
After completing the tops, Kendra quilted these on her long arm quilting machine.
|One of Kendra's "Remington" quilts|
|the back of Kendra's "Remington" quilt|
|gray colorway of Kendra's "Remington" quilt|
|the back of Kendra's second "Remington" quilt|
|the quilting Kendra used for her "Remington" quilts|
While they were here, Kendra and John shared some wall hangings she recently finished for their son's house.
How cute are these? Thanks, Kendra (and John) for sharing your stuff with us!
|two wall hangings Kendra made for her son's house|
|the back of Kendra's wall hangings|
|"Hello" wall hanging Kendra made for her son|
|"Anyone Home" wall hanging Kendra made for her son|
Karla brought in the "Jelly Roll 1600" she recently completed for her granddaughter.
Wow! We love the colors! Great job, Karla.
|Karla's Jelly Roll 1600 top|
Vicki's 'secret sibling' gave her four "Surrounded by Love" mini charms and a gift certificate for one yard of fabric for February's gift.
Vicki will use her gift certificate later but picked up her mini charms while she was here yesterday.
|some of Vicki's February gifts from her secret sibling.|
Our "50 Yard Club" paid off for a couple of ladies yesterday!
Kay and Kendra each received two free yards of fabric (their choice) for purchasing a total of 50 yards of regularly priced fabric.
Congratulations, Kay and Kendra!
What could be better than free fabric? YIPPEE!!!
|Kay chose two yards of "Tooled Leather" as her free yardage.|
|Kendra chose two yards of "Doggie Bones" as her free fabric|
Calling all cowboys/cowgirls: We received some adorable cowboy/western prints this week.
I didn't realize the two bolts pictured below have the state of Texas on some of the boots until I took these pictures (the blue colorway is slightly darker in person).
These are from the "Sundance Trail" collection by Sara Khammash for Moda.
|"Sundance Trail" prints by Sara Khammash for Moda|
The cowboy boots (pictured below) are so colorful they practically jump off the fabric! There are some seriously wild colors in this print! Cowboy Up!
The horseshoes print has a slight tan shading on each horseshoe which my camera couldn't capture.
The shading is very faint so I'm not surprised it didn't show up. Sorry.
Both of these prints are by "Elizabeth Studios".
|two western prints by Elizabeth Studios|
"Rustic Woodgrain"; "Rawhide" and "Tooled Leather" are also by Sara Khammash for Moda.
|the latest prints by designer Sara Khammash for Moda|
"Bunkhouse" bandana prints on red and blue are from the "Classics" collection by Moda.
The blue colorway is a smidge darker in person. For some reason my camera did not like anything blue yesterday.
|"Bandanas" on red and blue|
Let the fishing (and camping) begin!
|"Vintage Campers" prints by Elizabeth Studios|
|"Farmall Tractors" on blue-ish/sepia colorway|
The next print was a totally selfish purchase. When I saw it, I had to have it. What would the kids do if they found out I didn't order it?
In order to keep family harmony (yeah, right), I ordered it, it's here and we love it.
|"Dachshunds". Enough said!|
There's a special place in my heart for old sewing machines....and panels of old sewing machines!
We have a lot of panels in the shop but this one was too cute to leave behind.
"Vintage Sewing" by Elizabeth's Studio would make a fabulous sewing machine cover, pillows or wall hanging.
What will you use it for?
|"Vintage Sewing" panel we received this week.|