Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Well Behaved


I recently did some cross border shopping which always means a trip to JoAnn. Since I usually only get over there once a year at the most, I really don't put any limits on myself in the fabric buying department. I was very proud of myself when I escaped those doors with only this in hand...well, this and a water soluble pen! Well behaved, right?

~Sara

11 comments:

Isa said...

Very well behaved :-)

Donna said...

I'm very impressed. I've yet to check out Joann's Fabrics . . .one day I'll make it there.

Don't you think we should be plotting a fabric jaunt to somewhere amazing, maybe in a few years .. let's make it big . . .

Dee said...

You may now have a cookie! LOL

Zarina said...

Very well done and those are my favourites too

Leslie said...

i have bought some of those from Joanns and they are my favorites...it figures that most of my favorites there are Alexander Henry. those lemons are too much fun.

Holly said...

You, my friend, are pretty much a saint!

Leslie said...

Sara, i used three wee play charm packs... i had seen this idea ages ago in flicker or something and fell in love...it is the perfect way to use them and make something simple like squares look so cool. i have a friend who is buying some packs so she can make this on a visit to my house soon. i can not wait

Sara said...

Thanks, Leslie!
After seeing yours, I think that's the pattern I'm going to go with. I know I won't be able to give it away, so I'll put that quilt off until I have another baby of my own (that could be a loooong while!)

If anyone is wondering what Leslie and I are getting on about, go check out her blog and have a peek at her gorgeous wee play quilt. It's just perfect!

WestSacHoney said...

Very well behaved can't say the same for my last trip which was about 100 or so.. But that's 4-5 projects! So $25 each not too bad!

Sarah said...

ooh pretties! I always have a hard time resisting the heather ross fat quarter packs!

Karen said...

You have amazing restraint! And great taste in fabric. Love all of those prints.

I can never walk out of Joann's with less than two armfuls. Buying batting is worth the drive and exchange alone.