I ordered a couple of things from the Fatquartershop and when I took them out of the box I was so excited I took a couple of pictures to share with you.
First up are refills for the Sewline glue pen I was telling you all about. Great for appliqué. Next is the Farmer's Wife 1930's style book that came out recently. Remember a few years ago everyone was making a Farmer's Wife quilt? A gazillion six inch blocks? Well, here is a new edition of that book, with more block patterns. I love the 1930's fabric twist and can't wait to browse through the book and see how it compares to the original version. I can just see this in Denyse Schmidt fabrics. If only I hadn't used up all my stash!
Best of all, check out this presentation for a quilt kit I purchased. It is the latest Howard Marcus Mill Brook Collection for a Cause kit. Love those stars and baskets! Instead of just packing the fabric into a clear plastic pouch, it all comes boxed up in this gorgeous box depicting the finished quilt on the top.
And this is what you find inside! For this pattern 9 1/2 inch strips of the 44" width of fabric is required, so they cut the strips and rolled them up in such a pretty way.
I know I said my next project would be a four patch, but it may just have to be this one instead! I am on a roll with my machine appliqué, so why not?