As mentioned in my last post, I save the selvage edge of my fabrics to be able to purchase more fabric at a later date. I didn’t know at the time I started the “Hay . . . Keep Your Distance” pieces that they would turn into a series. My plan is to do at least 12. The beautiful “Bird Seed” fabric is key – so I started searching the internet for more. In my search I came across this color wave of the design.
Love the colors – so after awhile I did put in a bid, it was countered, I accepted. Here it is;
There was always a nice note in the package. Will put that vendor on the “BUY FROM HERE, AGAIN” list!
STUDIO UP-DATE; The weight of each “Barriers” panel is getting heavy – so the edge of the green shutter has to support that weight. My thought was to resolve the issue with an iron-on stabilizer fabric. One of my “go to” fabric stores is in Vernon, CT, so I headed over there on Thursday and found out that on Monday it had started a “Going Out of Business” sale.
Battings, etc. were all gone early in the week – still lots of beautiful fabric. So head over before the end of the month. Quilting By the Yard Address: 435 Hartford Turnpike, Vernon, CT 06066 Phone: (860) 896-1056. All regular price merchandise is 50% off with a 1/2 yard minimum cut and all 50% off merchandise from the classroom shelves will be 80% off with a one yard minimum cut. Please wear a mask or facial covering. You will not be allowed in the shop without one.