We went to four different quilt shops in southwestern, Ontario. From Tillsonburg to Stratford, then on to Elmira and Guelph finishing up in Tillsonburg. Elmira has a Mennonite community and the buggy is their mode of transportation and we saw quite a few of them out and about, some were open buggies as the temperature here was 13 degrees Celsius or 55 Fahrenheit and sunny. Not bad for a Canadian February day.
Of course there might have been a few things that came home with me...well maybe more than a few. But who's counting? Not me that's for sure.
|one meter of this|
|four different scenes in the panel|
I don't usually buy panels but this caught my eye and I had to have it. It is fallscapes by Red Rooster. There are four different scenes in the panel
|five fat quarters and a half meter piece|
The end piece is more green than the picture is showing and is Bellissima by Hoffman. The second one is tinted with a light green grunge, no info in the selvedge. The stripe is another Red Rooster fabric. The green floral is by Henry Glass. The pink floral is a half meter by Me & My Sister Designs. The last pink also has no selvedge info.
My batiks seemed to need a boost so I added six fat quarters to the stash.
Now all I need to do is use some of these new additions up and quite adding to the stash.
Have you every been on a mystery bus tour?
Linking up to Sunday Stash at Ms Midge