The green on the left is going to go with the 30's fabrics that I'll pack up and take to a retreat this weekend. The pink just made me smile and the green was so pretty that I know it will find a purpose with some lovely floral fabric. :-)
The floral batik fat quarter in this photo is our challenge fabric for Kindred Kwilters. I found these two pieces that will work with it and when I got home, I found a deep rosey swirl fabric that will really pop if I add it to these three. You won't see this stuff for a long time. I think I have til February to get something done from this fabric. That means you'll see it when the snow is falling. :-) After today's heat, I really am ready for cold weather. I promise not to complain about the snow or cold. Really. ;-)
After we all made several fabric purchases at the garage sale, we were told to visit a little shop/studio where local gals meet and stitch, plus there were some items for sale. How is it that there is always some one thing that is perfect at every fabric shop? Sue found a Civil War kit that she couldn't resist. I found this Sunbonnet Sue panel for my mom and I put it in the mail to her right away. She got it on Monday and when winter comes she can make little wallhangings or doll quilts with it.
You would think that was enough shopping, but no, there was more to come in the afternoon. We all enjoyed lunch back at Sue's house and then packed up our stuff and headed out of town. We were on the way to Osage to Debbie's Quilt Shop. And wait til you see what a great shop it is! And speaking of waiting, you will have to wait til tomorrow to see it because this is it for today! See you then!