|My favorite season begins!|
Temperatures here in northeast Massachusetts have been yo-yo-ing this past week, from below freezing to warm sixties. We've had a few dustings of snow, never more than 2 - 3 inches, which is about right for early December. The weather forecasters make "much ado about nothing" and when we don't have enough to satiate them, they spend a great deal of time talking about the weather elsewhere in the country and beyond.
|winter fabrics in blues|
|When the snow covers the dying grass|
and reaches to the bottom of the windowsill,
all will be right with this scene.
|Our Sugar Plum Fairy|
|dark background, |
|Many Christmas fabrics!|
|Pillowcase kits and pattern|
Soft flannel prints of green and blue backgrounds are sporting prints of snowmen wrapped in brightly-colored scarves (duly printed with the warning that they are not intended for children's sleepwear.) I'm offering a $3.00 pillowcase pattern free when the flannel kits are purchased.
|Tea Cozies made from my|
pattern and kits
We have another fabric artist sharing remnants of her beautiful choices: we're calling her collection
We've collected an abundance of rulers, needles, pins, cutters, mats and other notions and arranged them in an area we call the Quilters' Toolbox.
|A tree full of notions!|
Come visit us any Wednesday, Thursday, Friday or Saturday from 11 am to 7 pm. We'd love to see you and share our first full year of collecting fabrics and tools for you.
|Green blenders with a mellow birch fabric|
|Christmas novelty prints that kids love!|
|Another vintage machine|
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|Fabric Christmas book and more panels|