Saturday, November 15, 2008

Turkey Art Work, Embroidery CD's and Fabric

This is my precious 2-1/2 old grandbaby taken yesterday when she came by here from her morning at pre-school to show us what she did in art. Is that not the most beautiful turkey you have ever seen?


I had a call today my embroidery CD had come in at my favorite Bernina dealer/quilt store---Nancy's Calico Patch. So I went down and I picked up this...



I was in there the other week and ordered it since it has some designs I think will be adorable on the newest grandbaby's onesies. And some that will be cute on T-shirts for the 1-1/2 and 2-1/2 year old.
Since I had paid for it when I ordered it and I had debated about this one


I decided to go ahead and bite the bullet and the Christmas one on plastic. It too has some cute things to put on the three grandbaby girl's clothes. I'm sure their mommy will find some shirts for me to "worded them" as the 2-1/2 calls it when I did one for her for Halloween and baby sister when she was born in Sept.

Since I am addicted to fat quarters I saw these and had to have them. The upper right hand corner one is of jelly beans. I am collecting food prints for a quilt/throw for my kitchen to throw over one of the two recliners in there by the fireplace.

And I saw this panel for a fabric book to make for the grandbabies.



This is what a section of the panel looks like.



Since I used my market bag...


The shop sells the bag, you embroider Nancy's Calico Patch on it and anything else you desire you receive a free gift when you use your bag when you make a purchase. There is a minimal purchase amount. I don't recall how much but it's something like $15-$20.

Today the gift was to grab a pattern from a basket. And this is the pattern I grabbed...


I think a couple of the fat quarters I bought today would be cute to use in that purse.


4 comments:

Three under Three said...

umm you have to make me one of those purses...

Laurie said...

Gee you made out like a bandit Elaine, and what a nice haul! I'll take one of everything? :)

Elizabeth Holcombe said...

You are going to be a busy lady!~~~XXOO, Beth

Roberta said...

I love this handbag pattern! Please post photos of your completed bags. Thanks for sharing!