Monday, May 18, 2015

Look at this wonderful little stash roll of Civil War prints. I got this from 
Lee at Two Thimbles Quilt shop in Bellingham. I didn't get a chance to stop by the shop this trip but I do know Lee carries many, many  reproductions. You can see my past review HERE.
I just took a peek at her blog, Thimble Chatter,  and she has posted about the stash rolls! They are a great deal too!


My lovely friend Linda drove 1 hour and 40 minutes (one way!) to take the class and hear the evening lecture AND brought me a birthday present! Thanks again Linda- I love neutrals!!

Looky what I have now! I saw Janet's review on Rogue Quilter and only had the chance to stop by one store on my way to WA and they were not carrying these. A few of the ladies had them in  class and I really wanted to get my hands on at least one.  The next thing I knew, Tracie was calling  her husband and he was willing to go by Fabrics, Etc and bring some to class. Whoop! Whoop! I think he actually bought what they had and he didn't bring any back to the shop. 
So far, I love them!

Have a wonderful Monday!

15 comments:

  1. I firmly believe that you can never have too many neutrals. What line are those? Happy (belated?) birthday!

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  2. Yummy bundles and glad you had a great class and a great birthday!

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  3. Beautiful fabrics and I went to the Creative Grids to see these new rulers. Love them and will get them tomorrow at the shop where I teach.

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  4. Yea for Surprises! And a Helping Hubby, willing to go get Rulers for you. I'll hoping to get some soon. Mailing out my Doll quilt today, Got mine from Denise on Saturday.

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  5. New fabric, new rulers, and a new birthday year. Wow! What a week!

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  6. Lately it seems I keep adding neutrals to my stash also.

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  7. Love the fabrics!

    http://cajunquiltersquilts.blogspot.com/

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  8. Wonderful presents for a wonderful birthday !! :)

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  9. I went to Two Thimbles about a year and a half ago - probably because I saw the review on your blog. It was great! I returned to Seattle via Chuckanut Drive. What a beautiful view! But, it was a little hair-raising to drive it. I would love to find those rulers.

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  10. I'm planning to buy these rulers also. They look like they will be so useful with the small pieces.

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  11. Oh that fabric looks wonderful!

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  12. I like the stash roll! Looks like a nice variety of fabric without being from the same line. Not too matchy-matchy. : )
    I'm so glad Tracie's hubby went out of his way to get the rulers for you. That was very kind. I am really enjoying using mine.

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  13. Lots of lovely fabrics in that roll and packet :0) The rulers look great - I will be watching for them.

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  14. Love the fabrics and are those the Lisa Bongean rulers?

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  15. Ooojh, the roll is tempting...perfect for scrappy quilts. You will love the rulers!

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