I’ve done my part…

to stimulate the economy and support the post office.

Since I haven’t been sewing, I have been buying… and boy have I been buying!

A king-sized batting for a specific quilt.  Though I have a roll of batting, it is queen sized.  So I had to order a king-sized batting.CIMG0453

A new sewline pencil with refill leads in other colors.CIMG0460

Block three for the Designer Mystery from Fat Quarter Shop

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A book, the other two I ordered were not released yet.  There was a sale to buy two and get one for $1.99 – this was the book I got.

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Some Lanyard parts

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For a project:

Two bias tape makers:

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Some interfacingCIMG0454

Some 1.5 yard cuts of batiks from Fat Quarter ShopCIMG0465

For these two projects:

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Some 1-yard cuts from Thousands of Bolts:

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Some threads from Superior – mostly bottom line, a couple of spools of king tut

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And lastly, I got this cute package in the mail – when I turned it over there were these cute owl stikers:

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Inside was this:

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Thanks Holly!!

 

I guess the moral is, don’t leave my sewing stuff in the garage for a week… my pocketbook can’t take it… lol!

About Kim

I am a mom of two that now resides in San Antonio area. I moved from Hawaii a year ago. I am a full-time student that works part time at the college I attend as a work-study. When I have time, I quilt, make jewelry, and now craft with my new silhouette cameo cutter.
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One Response to I’ve done my part…

  1. Lynn W. says:

    I love the fabrics you bought — all of them! I was in Oregon for 8 days, 6 of them at the beach with internet quilting friends. Beautiful house, 3 short blocks from the water. Good food, good chats, wonderful memories. I did well with shopping until we returned to Portland and went to Fabric Depot. Poof … there went $100 and I had to take it all with me in the carry-on tote. Now I’m busy putting blocks together for tops that hopefully will be Christmas quilts.

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