Sunday Sevens is a weekly series of posts containing seven-ish pictures from our week. Thank you to Natalie of Threads and Bobbins for getting it all started.
This week was sort of all about new fabric, which is weird considering how rarely I buy fabric, but it was a BARGAIN, so it totally doesn’t count.
On Monday, I put the cage around our tomato plants as they’re getting big enough to need one (will also keep out the neighbor kitty that’s been digging in there–BAD KITTY).
My mother and sister brought me back fat quarters from Oregon!
On Wednesday, Chrissa from SCRAP Tri-Cities called to say they’d just received a HUGE donation of fabric and did I have any time to come in and help measure it all? Which donation led to a fabric sale, which led to this:
Hey, don’t judge–all this cost me less than $10!
And then there were these on Thursday–$1.50 for the lot!
I’m pondering what to do with them, but I keep coming up with some sort of folded-fabric, 3-D quilt. Would have to be a wall quilt, because this is all wool and silk and will have to be dry-cleaned. Hmmm . . . .
By Friday, I was going a little batty due to sewing withdrawal, so I sewed up the first two blocks for my Cozy Afternoon Quilt.
And Saturday, I did the second purple block for my scrap quilt.
Have a great week, everybody, and I hope you’re able to get some crafty time in there.