I don't think so anyway. The first few things I saw were batiks and I thought of them for the Pacific Rim patterns I got a few weeks ago. Then I put them back. I wasn't sure how much I needed and why buy when you really don't know what you need. For that I deserve a pat on the back.
Then I saw these. I knew I needed them so as there were two I picked them up.
This is what I plan on doing with them. It's a free download from The Fat Quarter Shop. I found it one night while talking to someone on the phone about how to use up charm squares.
So far I had only spent $22 and I was halfway through the show. I was feeling pretty darn good and then it happened. I saw this being shown to someone in a booth and it was love at first sight.
I told you we went over to Greenwood Quiltery in Guelph. I did find two patterns one at the show and the other two I picked up at the quilt shop.
one is for a friend and I bought this red/white strip for the binding for this quilt. Not quite what I wanted and perhaps I should have waited, but I would like to get going on this child's quilt.
The one pattern in the middle is the one I bought at the show. I read it and I'll have to do it one day all by myself cause I have to think when I'm putting it together so I don't mess up.
That was it. Nothing more! Charleen beat me in the spending department. She bought fabric for the top of a quilt in another booth. It wasn't my cup of tea. Too bland is the word that comes to mind, but soft would probably be more appropriate.
Karl and I are off today. We are heading out to find some fall colours. We are taking "the girl" as we plan on making a day of it. Our cameras are all charged up and ready to go. Have a good day everyone.
Tomorrow.......................I'm swapping, yes indeed I'm swapping.................between you and me.....