These are some wonderful Japanese fat quarters by Shiki/Hauru Kaze. Click on the photos to enlarge them and check out the delicate prints! I just couldn't resist these and have yet to decide what to do with them.
Here is a close-up of two of my favorite. Check out the little bunnies on the right and the little birdies in their nest on the left!
This is a new delicate fabric/lingerie wash. Its not harmful to the environment and unscented. Years ago when I first began fly fishing with Mr. Squash, I couldn't figure out why the bugs went for me and not for him. I figured it must have something to do with the scented soaps, hairsprays, makeup, etc that I was using, so I switched everything to unscented brands. And you know what? I am no longer a bulls-eye for bugs! They still like me better, but not nearly as much.
I just love this pattern by Anne Sutton of Bunny Hill Designs! I have several charm packs that will be perfect for it and one of those nifty Clover Yo-Yo makers.
These wools came from Carriage Country Quilts. The two on the right are hand-dyed and I can just see pink bunnies coming from them! I think I used to have a skirt made out of the green wool second from the left!
I couldn't resist several yards of this fabric. It will make a great backing for a quilt.
And this is the yarn for my crochet swap! I ordered it Monday and it arrived today! How's that for service. It's 100 percent cotton in a worsted weight and the price was just right! Check out Elann's website! I'm so tickled that you are all enjoying my Minam River Wedding story! It's been a lot of fun to put on paper and there are at least two more chapters left. We just couldn't leave the Minam without a couple more adventures!