My favorite LQS for modern quilting fabrics and inspiration... And it helps that they know me by name, and I live less than 2 miles from there!
Enjoy your time and shop loads of fabric - because you can never have enough, right?I have been digging through my stash today and picked out the fabrics I want to use in my next quilt, which will be your Orca Bay quilt... thanks again for sharing the pattern and directions for it back then ;)
How cool for that Quilt shop to have the esteemed Bonnie Hunter shop there!They should hang a sign. Heehee
Looks like a wonderful stopping off place.Maryella
WOW, the shops you find! I am making my own directory of shops based on your trips lol. Never know when awe might be a place your taught.Whatya gonna make with those fabrics?SmiliesJulieinTN
Oh Bonnie you have two shades of greens that I love.I hope to make a quilt with these shades in them.
Oh you know how I LOVE that lime green shade!! Looks like you made some great choices!
Hi Bonnie - those are stunning. I love fabric. I was hoping you might drop by my blog and have a look at my shirt into jelly roll blog today.love Froogs http://frugalincornwall.blogspot.co.uk/
i would never be able to support myself while working in quilt shops...i would spend more than i made!
One of my favorite shops too. But to avoid confusion, the name is QuiltTrends - like the banner in your photo (not FabricTrends). Just got home from the Common Threads lecture - it was great! Too much inspiration, or justification for saving scraps and corner triangles...
Oh, I could definitely use some of those limes in a quilt I'm working on right now. Happy Shopping.
You need a registered google/blogger or open ID to comment here, and IDs are free to obtain. If you prefer, feel free to leave a comment in my guestbook in the left blog side bar. Please leave your name and email address so I can get back to you. You can also comment directly by emailing me at Quiltville@gmail.comThose without visible email addresses can not be replied to.