New beginnings

I haven't done a lick of sewing since returning from Long Beach. I have been admiring my new stash additions and hoping the fog would clear so I could share these with you. The fog has yet to lift, so this is the best I could do.

chicken fabrics

On my list of fabrics to be on the look out for at the quilt show, were fruit and veggie prints with the idea I'd make a small wall quilt for the kitchen. Instead I came up with this.

new fabric

The chicken fabric is actually much more colorful than the photo suggests.

New fabric

Two bundles of what I think are fat eighths - Jane Sassaman and Anna Marie Horner await a quilt for my daughter, Elizabeth. I have a rough idea (although I'm sure to change my mind a few dozen times before I start on this) to make a triangle quilt interspersing the prints with solids.


I'm going to use these in my color block quilt (in process).

I bought some hand dyes and batiks ... but those will have to wait for another day.


comfortstitching said...

I've been playing around with anna maria horner fabrics last week too, they are such fun to sew as they are so.....well party-ish!!!
Love your fabric booty!! Now sew sew sew!!!!!

Cathy said...

Love these fabrics, especially the Brandon Mably ones...yumm xo