But it is my last trip of the fall, and one of my favorites - Wild and Wonderful West Virginia. The foliage in the mountains this time of year is breathtaking, the people are friendly, the air is crisp and clean - it is a nice trip. Plus, there are lots of QUILT SHOPS on my driving routes!
I stopped at one today, and there was a sale table with $4/yard fabric. I snapped up two that caught my eye, as well as a baggie of orange and yellow solid scraps that I thought went well with one of the prints plus a quilting stencil for quilt borders.
|I think this fabric will end up being an apron and matching potholders as a Christmas gift.|
|Not sure what I'm going to do with this fabric yet.|
And a blog reader bought one of my fabric composition books from my ETSY shop today. THANK YOU!
To celebrate the ETSY sale and my sale purchases, I'm going to give away half a yard of each of these fabrics, plus some of whatever I pick up from tomorrow's quilt shop stop (yeah, I plan a quilt shop stop every day of my driving trips).
To get your name in the drawing, how about you leave a comment with a suggestion for what I can be for Halloween this year. In recent years, I have been a nun,
In the meantime, I have finished putting the binding on my Orange Creamsicle quilt, and now just need to finish quilting the border.
|Lousy cell phone photo, so you can't see the quilting, but you can see that there is a pale yellow binding on it.|