The big brown truck was here a lot this week. That means we have lots and lots of new stuff!
"Farm Fun" by Quilting Treasures is perfect for the Farmall person in your life. The panel depicts a beautiful sunshine filled day...out on the farm.
The two companion prints would make a great addition for the panel.
I squealed like a little girl when we opened the boxes and boxes of the latest "Summer Breeze" collection.
The fourth edition of this super yummy collection by Sentimental Studios arrived this week. YIPPEE!!!!
We have all 25 prints and most of the pre-cuts (the fat quarter bundles will be here soon) of this fabulous collection.
If you loved last year's "Summer Breeze" we think you'll love with this year's edition as well.
Almost all of this collection is already 'out of stock' at the warehouse so, please don't wait too long to add these to your stash.
When they're gone, they're gone and cannot be re-ordered.
|three colorways of two different "Summer Breeze" prints|
|six colorways of "Sprigs" prints|
|five colorways of "Medium Flowers" prints|
|four colorways of "Daisies" prints|
|four colorways of "Dainty Flowers" prints|
|"Summer Breeze IV" pre-cuts|
Dorothy and I went to Heavenly Notions a couple of weeks ago. Jamie had just received prints of "Once Upon A Chicken" by Mary Jane Butters for Moda.
I bought some for my personal stash but couldn't get those adorable little chickens out of my head so, I ordered some for the shop.
How cute are these? I love the chickens, eggs and the vintage mercantile "accounts" page.
The pre-cuts of the collection were already 'out of stock' so, we'll have to make do with these 11 adorable prints.
These are a little brighter in person. For some reason my camera didn't like the variations of colors on some of the prints. Sorry!
I'm not sure which I love the most: the chickens, the eggs, the feathers, the newspaper print or the 'accounts' page????
We hope you love this collection as much as we do...Once Upon A Chicken!
|chicken and egg prints of "Once Upon a Chicken"|
|a vintage "Mercantile Accounts" print|
|"Feathers" and three companion prints of "Once Upon a Chicken"|
|vintage newspaper print of "Once Upon A Chicken" by Moda|
These next prints are for the cowboy or horse person in your life! "Unbridled" by Quilting Treasures also arrived this week (they look like batiks but, they aren't).
The colors are so bright and vibrant they almost jump off the page. I particularly love the different colored horses.
The last picture are three of the companion prints for this wild untamed collection!
|"Unbridled" on black and cream by QT|
|two more "Unbridled" prints on gold and cream|
|three companion prints of "Unbridled" by QT|
Another bolt of "Quilt Camp" by Henry Glass Studios arrived this week. These flowers are featured on some of vintage campers of this adorable collection.
Have you ever tried to take pictures of nine tone-on-tone prints when your camera decides to have a nervous breakdown? It happens.
I love my camera. It's smarter than I am but between the F-stops (I don't know what that means) and the 'cannot detect an image' messages, I almost pulled my hair out.
I realize these aren't the greatest pictures but, it's the best I can do (there's a reason I'm not a professional photographer).
I hope you can see these well enough to know they ARE different prints. If not, let me know and I'll email a close-up of them.
|five white tone-on-tone prints by Quilting Treasures|
|one ecru and three white tone-on-tones by QT|
For all the Amy Bradley fans out there: we received two more of her patterns this week.
We fell in love with the "Quilt Squad" and "Quilt Diva" wall hanging pattern on sight!
Do you know anyone who falls in either of these categories? I bet you do!
I love a good tote. Totes are great. They're usually big and open, might have a pocket or two (or five) and usually have pretty sturdy handles.
This week we received two new tote patterns; an adorable Christmas tree skirt pattern; a quilt pattern that's pre-cut friendly and "Holiday Stars" from the "fold and stitch" family.
|this week's new patterns|
Each tin has 12 greeting cards (2 each of six different cards) that can be used throughout the year.
How cute are these? They would make a great gift for the hard-to-buy person in your life.
|12 card stationery sets by Lori Holt|
They do not have greeting cards inside but are great for all the little stuff we have laying around our sewing machines: seam rippers, buttons, small scissors, thread....