Thank you Pink Chalk for carrying this wonderful fabric. Now, what should I do with all this wonderfulness of half yards of this super cool fabric...any thoughts?
Next, a box arrived from Hawthorne Threads full of yummie fabrics that I want to use together in a new dramatic quilt. Much of it is Johari (Alexander Henry), but I also used the Hawthorne Threads web site to find complimentary solids and prints. Don't know that I will use all of them and I may add from my stash. Here are my new goodies:
Right after the box from Hawthorne Threads arrived, I received a box from Julie at The Intrepid Thread. A box full of Collage by Carrie Bloomston filled the box - yahoo! Thank you Julie!
Here they are:
Sew, the subject of fabric hoarding comes to mind. I consider myself not only a sewist but perhaps a "collector" of fabrics. That is much better than worrying about whether I am really a fabric hoarder. If I'm a fabric hoarder, I might show up on a reality TV show where someone films my sewing room with fabric all over the floor and falling out of the closet and cabinets. Bags and piles of fabric escaping the room and moving down the hallway - eeek! I have to stay organized:) Organization must mean I'm not a hoarder.
Note to self: "I must stay organized. I must stay organized."
On another note, how is your garden growing? I believe this is a great tomato year here in the Bay Area. Are you growing anything?
Canning anything this year? I have a new batch of strawberry jam and a wee bit of blueberry jam. I'm now moving to tomato sauce.
Hope your summer is going wonderfully. Let me know what you're up to, whether sewing, growing or cooking.
Aaanyway, that's it from the Robertson household.