Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Just A Little Bit of Fabric

Today I bought just a little bit of fabric.  I went to the quilt shop to buy some red and green Moda marbles to use on the Dear Jane Christmas signature swap quilt I want to put together.  Vivian over at gave me the idea to use a crisp white as a sashing.  I like that idea, but with only 150 blocks it will be an awfully small quilt although the Dear Jane only has 169.  Anyway I bought 2 yards each of Christmas red and green Moda marbles to use with the blocks somehow. Where is it?  It's still in the sack, and I forgot to take photos of it.  Where is the white for the sashing?   I didn't remember to buy it.  Why you ask?  Well because I found these fabrics.  I think they are all Phillip Jacobs, and most of them will go in my Hearts and Flowers applique' quilt.
 These four fat quarters are what I'm collecting for an I Spy quilt.  I don't know who I would give an I Spy quilt to right at the moment, but I saw a good pattern idea that a friend showed at a gathering and I thought I'd better start collecting conversation prints. Always be prepared!!! 
 And, I bought the Turning Twenty book.  I've seen a lot of talk on the blogs about Turning Twenty quilts, and I wanted to see what it is all about.  There are several variations of the original Turning Twenty book - I believe I saw 6 different ones today.  I bought this one because there is a quilt in the book done in all Kaffe fabrics. 
Now I have to figure out where I put the red and green for the Christmas quilt and get busy on that.  Hope you are all busy stitching.....or maybe shopping.  Have a good day and enjoy the beautiful fall weather. 


  1. You have purchased some lovely fabrics LuAnn.The Turning Twenty Book looks like it has plenty of nice patterns too.

  2. Hello Luann,
    you bought beautiful fabrics. I love them very much.
    Have a nice day with busy stitching

  3. Pretty, pretty fabrics! I can see how you could be so distracted by them and forget the white for sashing! LOL Sounds like something I would do!

    Cute little prints for your eye spy quilt. Have you been collecting for that for a long time? Do you have lots of prints set aside for it?

    Happy stitching!

  4. Can't wait to see those new fabrics in your applique blocks. I've forgotten why what I came for in a shop many times. It's easy to get distracted.

  5. I have managed to purchase fabric twice for a Turning Twenty quilt but have yet to make one. Maybe that would be a good Leader/Ender after the log cabin is finished......


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