This one as well will probably make it into my new project. The colors make the design just pop. This red piece made my heart skip a beat. Oh I love kitchen prints. Can you say fussy cut?
Patchwork hearts from yesteryear and in a border print. Gotta love it. This will indeed make something special.
I have an idea in mind for this print. It will be perfect in scale, print and color. I hope I get to it before the end of the summer.
Oh turquoise! Another color I'm in love with. My Alpine Group Anniversary Sampler will be a perfect spot to dab with a bit of this fabric.
I certainly remember seeing this print on Jenny's blog. The beehives are me! And that little bear couldn't be cuter. You've got to enlarge this photo and see his antics. The little bees are darting from flower to flower. I've got to find a way to incorporate this into an image for my blog. So so so cute.
One thing Jenny is famous for is her baby quilts. This little juvenile novelty has such a darling school yard scene in perfect colors. I see fussy cutting in this one's future. Think how cute it will look in my Quilt Street quilt (when I ever finish it!) next to a patchwork school.
I'm thinking this floral will go in my flower quilt too. The colors are soft and fresh. All the fabrics from Jenny were in perfect mint shape and washed and ironed ready for use. This is absolutely a fabulous fabric week for me (remember the pigtail feed sack! yum). Thanks so much Jenny. I love them all.
It is Utah Shop Hop week and though I don't have much time, I'm hoping to squeeze in at least 3 stores this afternoon and tomorrow. Also, Nedra from Cactus Needle and Kim from Bitty Bits and Pieces are coming to visit me today. Yayyy.