The studio is coming together slowly but surely. I really wanted to set the table up to 10 feet so that I could quilt MASSIVE quilts but the tracks were not playing nice. So it's set up at 8 feet which, in all honesty, is more then enough room.
The whole set-up process was a bit stressful for me, so I thought a trip to Zook's was in order. I justified it in my head because I had birthday money. =)
"Sierra" Collection by Anna Griffin for Windham Fabrics - I fell in love with the paisley-like feathers of the first 3 fabrics and decided to buy almost all of them. I skipped the wallpaper-looking stripes, but now that I look at the photo, I'm thinking they would add a bit of pizazz. Oh dear me! Does that mean another trip?
"Tiny Tots" by Indygo Junction for Red Rooster Fabrics - I'm reading "B is for Betsy" to Abigail right now and these prints remind me of the illustrations in the book. Very vintage and I like that alot! I'll stash this away for a future baby quilt.
"Bistro" by Deb Strain for Moda - this is not a current collection but was on super sale. The colors are totally my sister's so I got them to make her a quilt. I don't know what pattern. Something simple, earthy, and modern. =)
Between this, that, and the other thing happening this week, I worked on a theory I had to produce a planned scrappy nine-patch block. I'm very delighted with the results and hope to share it with you next week.
Have a lovely weekend!