Thursday, October 14, 2010


Today the Fed Ex guy brought me another box.  The last time he did that, my son JoJo had him put it in the garage and I didn't find it for days.  I was watching for him this time.  As soon as it came I opened it up and spread out all the contents right there on the floor in my entryway.  I couldn't wait. 
Real yardage is soooo much better than strike offs, and this line is no exception.  It is soft and smooth and perfectly printed.  I think this line will be a hit.
By the way, the name of this line is ELIZABETH'S LETTERS.  I have shown it to you before, so I hope you are not bored with it.

It comes folded, so I rolled some of it onto bolts so that I can cut it.  But I ran out of bolts.  I already cut all the pieces that were needed to make the sample quilt.  My sister, Margaret came right away and got it so she could sew it up. (Everyone needs a sister or two.  Mine are extremely helpful!)

I say, could there be anything better than getting fabric in the mail?  It is at least in the top ten.


busymom said...

I agree, getting fabric in the mail is definately in the top ten. The fabric is beautiful can't wait to see what you make with it.

Sherri said...

Fabric in the mail is wonderful...and these are gorgeous...we'll never get tired of you sharing these great fabrics!

MomBrose said...

I got fabric in the mail today too. Not fabric that I designed or anything cool like that, but fabric for a quilt project. I'm so excited!

Chl said...

I'm not a blood sister, but I could pretend! I would love to help you sew up samples!

Mª Clara Lloveras said...

The fabrics are very lovely!!!

JCragun said...

Fabric in the mail is like Christmas an extra day in the year!