Thursday, July 2, 2009

Fat Quarters Quilt Shop

Is it really July already?! Summer just always seems to be the busiest time of the year, and it would be over before I know it!!

In all these craziness, I did managed to visit a very cute quilt shop a little far away from my home – the Fat Quarters Quilt Shop. It was totally worth the drive, though!!! I’m not a quilter but I still fell in love with the cutest decor and all the colorful fabrics in the store. All the quilts in the store are just so fascinating, so I even went home with two little patterns!! Just couldn’t resist!!!

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Since I was in the area, I decided to go to a cross stitch shop nearby and see if I can find a suiting fabric for my Mary Wigham sampler. And I did!!!! They had this 28ct light mocha cashel linen that is just perfect for this project~~ I think The HDF thread colors will look beautiful on this fabric!! Everything is set, now if I can only find the time to start this project……


With a work deadline next week and going away for this weekend, I have been playing catching up and didn’t got a chance to stitch this whole week now. I just want to get the work stuff over with so I can do more stitching and maybe start my Mary Wigham sampler.

Well, I better get back to work now!! Have a great July 4th weekend everyone!!!


  1. Those HDF silks look yummy. I will look forward to seeing your progress. I have not joined the MW mania yet...

    Have a wonderful weekend.

  2. Looks agreat little fabric shop.

  3. What a cute quilt shop! Looks like they have tons of nice fabrics to choose from. Great linen pick. The colors look really nice on it. Seeing your threads makes me want to do this in silk now!

  4. I found a quilting shop near me recently and I can really relate to what you are saying. The beautiful fabrics drew me in and I ended up spending.

    Gorgeous looking stash you have there too


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