There are some days when all you can do is look and marvel at all the possibilities; fondle fabric; look through books and blogs and try and picture, in your mind's eye, your next project. I love days like that!
Yesterday was such a day! The UPS man was my bestie for a just a little while..at least for the time it took for him to walk to my door, ring the bell and leave me two boxes of fabric! Ohhhhhh, the fabric. Let me show you.......
A fat 1/8 pack of Reunion by Sweetwater. Ahhhhh.
I've preordered Lucy's Crab Shack already. Bad me!!
Some Riley Blake (6 charm packs and a jellyroll) for my upcoming grandmahoodness in late May, early June. I can hardly believe it....still.
A charm pack of Circa 1934 for fondling purposes so I can use my layer cake and not feel like I will never see this fabric again. I know, I know......
Am I the only one who falls for a fabric and doesn't want to ''mess it up" by actually using it?
This Circa 1934 quilt kit. LOVE it times two!
The whole kit and kaboodle
Now that I see it all together again, I just want to daydream away. I recently read an article that sometimes the best part of sewing is the planning and the possibilities; the expectation more than the fruition. For some projects, that is absolutely true. It's always nice to keep one dream alive and fulfill all the rest.
What dream do you want to keep? So you can dream and play and plan, ooo and ahhhhh, marvel at all it can be.......
What dreams do you want to see in your "been there, finished that" pile?