Look what followed me home from the Austin airport. I carried this gigantic smoked beef brisket on the plane home. It was the only souvenir I thought Inspector Gadget might like. We all loved it! So delicious. The BBQ sauce was delicious too. I can highly recommend The Salt Lick. While standing in line ordering it, I was wondering how it would be packaged and if it would smell up the packed airplane. It was sealed in a bag and they provided an insulated bag to carry it home.
The March Kona solids arrived. A little St. Paddy's Day theme of green.
Polka dots galore. Craftsy had a big sale and I couldn't resist the deals.
Jelly rolls! MoMo and Valori Wells. I can't bear to take them out of their protective wrappers. Ha!
Carolyn Friedlander has yummy low volume prints. I need to buy more low volume fabrics. I purchased these at QuiltCon along with the following.
Cloud 9 fat quarters. They package them so cutely. Organic, too!
Anna Maria Horner. No lack of color or imagination in that girl's head. I just love her stuff.
Cherrywood hand dyed fabrics. Over 50 colors in this grab bag. They're so vibrant and rich. I can't wait to dive into these. They would pair well with the fabrics above.
Happy Sunday! The weather is beautiful here, but I'd rather be sewing.