Fabric Friday Suzuko and Kimberly

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Hello everyone. I hope everyone has had a productive week. It has been a very very busy week at the hive with most of my family here. My house looks like a bomb exploded but I hope everyone will help put it back together soon. HINT HINT Girls.
Ayumi from Pink Penguin sent me a little package of Suzuko fabrics. They are really fun. Plus I think the pink Alice fabric is from Ayumi herself. Thanks so much Ayumi. If you haven't looked at Ayumi's blog in a few days hop on over and see her vintage and new fabric union jack block. Wow. So inspiring.
These are lovely fabrics. I am really happy to get a little gift from Suzuko. I don't want to use them but of course I shall.
I love the simplicity of the rich colors with stripes. I'm going to save them on my cutting table in my baby colander. Thanks so much Suzuko. I ordered some vintage fabric from Kimberly of Niesz Vintage Home and Fabric. Kimberly always has really wonderful great quality vintage fabrics. I opted for some small scale prints and Kimberly sent me a pack of gift cards along with my fabric.
I love the cards. This is such a great idea for fabric scraps. Kimberly did such a professional job. Thank you Kimberly!
This little yellow bud fabric has tiny butterflies in it. So pretty and petite.
The baby strawberries are perfect for my strawberry fabric collection and my ideas to use them. I just love strawberries. The scale is very simple.
I also got this fabric from Europe. I really need to finish my Red Riding Hood quilt and I thought this might add some whimsy to my quilt. I love the fanciful wolf.

It is really snowing hard here at my house. I was going to Costco this morning but that will have to wait. I have a baby shower to go to tomorrow so I'd better hurry and finish the baby quilt for my grandniece to be. Have a nice weekend everyone.

-nanette
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Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

You know I love Fabric Friday! You never disappoint!

Vicki said...

Happy Friday! Hope things are starting to look up in your neck of the woods. :)

Lynn said...

Fabric good, snow bad, but a quilting day is always good. Love what you've shared this week!

Nedra said...

That last fabric is perfect for your Red Riding Hood quilt. I've been watching the news and reading about all the snow headed your way this weekend. Be safe.

RETRO-fabulous said...

Delish fabrics, as always Nanette. I'm ooohing and ahhing especially over the yellow buds & the strawberries. SUPER CUTE!

SarahVee said...

Lovely lovelies today, Nanette. Your wolf print has me very excited for your Little Red Riding Hood quilt. Good luck getting a cleaning crew together:)

Micki said...

The fabric is so neat. I love the wolves...really are so whimsical. Where did you get it?
Micki

Sandi said...

Your Red Riding Hood quilt is going to be fancifully awesome! Can't wait to see it! If it's snowing hard at your place then that might mean the weatherman is right when he says snow will be here by Sunday night. Ugh! I have had enough for one winter! Bring on Spring, Mother Nature!!!

Kim D. said...

Those wolves are so cute, can't wait to see the finished quilt. I always enjoy checking out your latest fabric acquisitions.

celebrate CREATIVITY in all its forms said...

OK, the Red Riding hood fabric is too cute. What a nice browse. I've been blog hopping this morning and so great to pop by after so long to see what you've been up to.

I love the flag pattern in your baby quilts too from the earlier post.

Enjoy your day.

Aunt Spicy said...

that yellow fabric is just the sweetest!

Sherri said...

Of course I love all the fabrics...it's been so fun reading about the Suzuko fabric...and can't wait until her book is available here, too!

notes of sincerity said...

Your new fabrics are wonderful! :o) And the first ones so unique. :o) How fun to work with them. :o) And such sweet little cards to send to those you love. :o)
Sincerely, Trish

Corrie said...

Oh, that wolf fabric is great!