I fell off the fabric wagon! Again.
I hate fabric diets.
Recently I fell of the fabric wagon in a hard way,
I had ordered the whole collection of Snowbird by Edyta Sitar.
And I knew that the Lexington line was arriving about the same time.
It really was going to be one or the other...
How could I have been so good for 3/4 of the year
and then in two months,
go into a total fabric-pile slide?
I'll tell you how...
just look at this scrumptious-ness:
|Lexington by Minick/Simpson|
How could I resist??
It doesn't help that my 'friends' sent me links and emails and pictures to the new line,
just nudging me along. (You know who you are & I can repay in kind :)
The bottom two stacks came from OldSouthFabrics.com, Murfreesboro, TN (excellent service again, thank you Wanda),
and they didn't receive a few of their ordered bolts.
But I told myself, that's ok,
because I really don't NEED
a small cut of E.V.E.R.Y bolt in the entire line.
one of those above mentioned friends sent me another link!
to a shop that also had just received the entire line - so I could fill in any missing pieces!
So the top stack came from OldTownFabricShop.com in Chillicothe, Ohio.
(I've shopped here in person before, really cute shop, but it's a good hour and half drive. This was my first mail order here, and it was excellent service!, They rushed it to the post office so I had it the next day! Thank you Terri!)
For the fun of it and only because it was in the clearance and the shipping wasn't more, I added a couple more 'text' prints:
|Honkey Tonk by Eric & Julie Comstock|
I don't even remember which order this came in...
I was on fabric over-load!
A total fabric-pile slide!
Now it's really time to get busy, don't you think?
I need to go play with my new wagon-load of fabrics.
Happy Friday and Happy Stitching,