The remnant bins are always our first stop. Stefanie was going down one side and me on the other. As you can see this is a big price savings on fabric and some of the remnants are over a yard.
This is at the register and I thought it was so funny as we were checking out.
If you have never been to Hancocks it's a wonderful place.
The selection is mind blowing to say the least.
Here is what I picked up.I got the Basic Grey - gray grunge fabric I've been hunting for and quite a few other wonderful things as well. Also splurged and got a 12x12 Creative Grids ruler. I just love those.
Then in a fabric haze we drove out to the cabin.
She also made several of these great microwave bowl holders, which I thought would be great for holding your cold ice cream too.
Trudy finished up several quilt tops also and got started on a civil war sampler. Somehow I didn't get photos of those. Her sampler has these very small stars that were very cool. The half squares were about 1.5".
I finished the oriental quilt top.
Got a good start on a D4P from some pretty Moda I'd had for a while.
Re-discovered my creative art quilt muse and
worked on 3 different wall hangings.
They have my favorite pebble background.
There were 3 different girls on this panel and each will have
different techniques. The two above are still in the works and
have hand beading and other dimensional bits left to do.
The poppy was a panel I cut apart and
worked back together with some Moda grunge.
The binding will go on today and this one will be completed.
It was a wonderful 4 days and I ate too much, slept too little and giggled just enough.