So this day I was back for the second time in a couple of days to pick up the kit for the quilt they have in the magazine. I love the pattern Storm at Sea, (think that is the name for this setting), love how straight lines and angles can create the illusion of curves. I love the colourway. They were busy cutting kits for their quilt, "Sea Swept", when I went in the first time, so I explained that I was only down until mid-week, and hoped to get a kit before I left...ta-da!
The only issue is that it is f-f-f-foundation-pieced. God, these f-words lately in my quilting world, lol! I do think, however, that I can use the new ruler I bought last winter to make "Peaky and Spike" triangle units...will keep you posted.
This guy was waiting by our SUV.
They are sooo cool. His mate was nesting in the grass on the other side of the 6-place parking spot we were in. Saw her as we drove off. I was able to get fairly close to this one.
I snapped a couple of shots of the interior of Cotton Patch.
This display is in the window. There's the quilt on the poster-sized sign of the magazine. They have lots of beach-themed fabric and patterns. Yeah, I bought some. Okay! Several. Over a couple of visits.
Back to f-f-foundation-piecing, I am jumping in...to a snow drift....well, not literally, although with some of the hot flashes I've had lately, I've been tempted. Joanne is having a
And ya ya ya, I know. I have NO projects on the go, so I NEED something else to occupy my sewing time, right?!
Off to quilt, er, pack...well packing is pretty much done, so I can quilt for a bit! Movers are coming tomorrow. In other news, we might have found a house...
Linking up with Marelize at Stitch by Stitch for Anything Goes Mondays.