Fabric Thursday

After being cooped up for two weeks, I ventured out with one of my Meemaw friends.
We hit two quilt shops, Mesquite Bean and Las Colchas. We squeezed in a lunch in between shops.
I found some Grunge fabric that I have been wanting.

Then, I let myself be talked into getting a pattern for a bag. My friend and I plan to make the same purse this Sunday. I really do not need another bag, but I found some linen fabric that convinced me. She chose a fabric with owls.

The pattern is by The “Lucille” Bag by Abbey Lane Quilts.

This is my stitch meditation for today:

It is great to be back on my feet again.
Of course, I had to spend this day shopping for fabric!


17 thoughts on “Fabric Thursday

  1. Hee hee. Shopping is very healing, Chela. One time Cindy drove me to surgery 1.5 hours away and then we shopped for fabric all the way home ! I’m glad you are feeling better.

  2. Good Morning Chela! I love those grunge fabrics – I wonder what you’re going to make with them? I used a gray piece for an elephant on a baby quilt – the coloring was just perfect for that. Happy Friday! ~smile~ Roseanne

    1. I don’t exactly know how I am going to use the Grunge. I just thought they were great colors and could fit into any quilt I might be coming up with. I need…well, maybe…I want to build up my stash with pretty colors and textures. πŸ™‚ Happy Friday!

  3. Grunge! I highly approve! I have a fantasy that someday I will own every color of Moda grunge (oh wait – what will I do with it all? I am having fabric hoarding fantasies, oh no!) The stitched block is super sweet of course – you are my non stop crafting hero πŸ™‚

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