We weren't required to buy anything. When you feel like you just escaped (from home) and were on the run (from making dinner), buying fabric was the last piece of the puzzle in our temporary life of crime! Rebel!
There was a little fabric shop that has never been visited by me, and it was time to remedy that! Granny B's is in the heart of Dickson Tennessee, and we couldn't wait to check out the stock!
I really didn't buy that much, some more print filler. This would be my Cotton + Steel haul. I ended up getting extra fat quarters because it was Friday and they were and additional .25 cents off!
And just as I'm getting my fabric cut, I turn...and there is Tula. Damn it Tula Tigers...You are so pretty! I had to.
This fabric will be the backing for my daughter's Birthday quilt. April Rhodes ~ Bound, which will work perfectly fine with the Wanderer line. Now to prep it, the quilt and wool batting for the long arm quilter!
Late presents aren't always a bad thing! Her birthday was yesterday and like nearly every year at this exact time...she get sick. No exception, no surprise!
This last batch has my all time favorite, Anna Maria Horner's Echinacea. And I must say this color way is exquisite!
I was thrilled when I was presented with opportunity to yoink these! Thank you...
More Tula. I don't believe I need to say more.
If you would please stop me now. I cannot take any more fabric. I'm feeling the guilt mounting at having beautiful stacks and not using any of it!