Fabric Surprise

Gosh, a whole week has whizzed by since my last post. I’ve been busy, but not with much to show for it. I had a little trip to see TheSecondChild over the weekend. We had a lot of fun visiting and stocking his pantry. You know, like mothers do.

When I got back home I had a fun fabric surprise from SweetiePie and TheFirstChild waiting for me.

Thimbleanna: Fabric

Look at those great gray prints! SweetiePie sure knows what I like! (L to R: Just Type by Patty Young (LOVE), Uno Style by Stof.dk, Simply Color by V and Co., Shades of Grey by Exclusively Quilters, and Pure Style by Stof.dk.)

I also won a giveaway from Sherri a few weeks ago. It was a gift certificate from Fashionable Fabrics and the fabrics arrived while I was gone. I thought the knitting sheepies might be fun to make a needle carrier or knitting bag or something. Hopefully I’ll get around to it before too long — my needles are a mess!

Thimbleanna: Fabric

(L to R: Knitting Sheepies (I named them — they don’t have a name) by Timeless Treasures, Illumination by Yuwa fabrics, Wash Symbols by Makower UK, Wash Day Utility Room by Makower UK, and Remember by Carina Gardner.)

Other than that, not much excitement around here. The Steampunk quilt is all basted and ready for me to begin quilting — I’m excited to get started. Oh, and when I was reading Jan’s blog yesterday, she mentioned how much she loved her sewline pencil’ and it reminded me that I forgot to tell you that I put some of the Sewline gift sets into my little shop. Just in case you want one for the big event coming up in a few months LOL.

Thimbleanna: Sewline Gift Set

I love, love, love those Sewline pencils — they made the Steampunk quilt so much easier to work on.

That’s it! Have a good week!
XOXO,
Anna

29 Thoughts on “Fabric Surprise

  1. I haven’t heard about sewline pencils. I am clearly missing out. Love your new fabrics, especially the sheep knitting. So cute.

    You are a good Mom.

  2. I love my sewline pencils, they are just awesome…and…I love the knitting sheepies, I’m definitely going to have to find me some.

  3. Oh, and what a nice surprise from SweetiePie and TheFirstChild :)

  4. I have some of the knitting sheepie fabric – I plan to line my knitting basket with it. Check out Tuesday’s post for a magnificent example of Scottish sheepie!!!!

  5. Ooooh, lovely fabrics, Anna. The knitting sheepies are fabulous! :o)

  6. Love the selection of grey fabrics!!

  7. Great fabric! I love the neutral palette that your children chose for you. But then I am a neutral sort of gal.

    I promise to start updating my blog soon! Travelling almost over for a week or so. Waiting to fly home from Switzerland now.

  8. I love the sew line pencils – they are the best.
    I have total fabric envy. What a great collection of grays and the novelties are awesome. The knitting sheep are a hoot!

  9. Ohhh I love those knitting sheepies!

    What a great fabric surprise!

  10. I love those grey fabrics…especially the leaves…lucky girl you!

  11. Hi Anna! Yes I did go the Shetland. It was amazing. We saw pilot whales, a family of otters, history galore, amazing textiles and lots of wool. I have also been the The Hague for a week and then back to the Netherlands for work and then Switzerland. All good. Next trip to plan is Iceland.

  12. Yummy fabrics! I love those kinds of surprises!

  13. Yummy fabrics! And aren’t you clever to have children who know what you like. ;)

  14. Everything is so nice. Those sheepies are a must have!

  15. Oh, those sheep! They could even get me to try sewing again! ;) Love the gifted gray fabrics, too! :) Also love getting comments from you on the blog! I appreciate it! :)

  16. Jill Reid on October 9, 2013 at 1:28 pm said:

    OMG. You always have/find such fabulous, fancy, fashionable, fun, funky fabrics. How is that for alliteration?

  17. What a nice gift! The Unostyle fabric is … I love it.

  18. What a great selection of fabrics ~ all of them! It will strain my willpowere to keep from searching some of them out. I’m really really trying to restrain myself and work with my stash. (I know, what a sacrifice…) I checked your shop for the Sewline pencil set ~ sold out already?

  19. I really like the sheep knitting fabric. I like the idea that sheep might be able to sit there and knit wool straight off their backs( somehow magically spun etc. )
    I have a Sewline needle thereader that I had to buy in order to be able to thread my very fine appliqué needles. It works so well. I will watch out for other products in that line – it was new to me.

  20. New fabric! I love the grays! The other little group is pretty … you are going to be having a fun time with those!

  21. You did have lots of wonderful surprises upon your return, love the fabrics!

    I have been looking at your lovely blog, so much talent! You quilt, you sew, knitting… I specially liked the sweater! So jelous!

  22. brigita on October 10, 2013 at 8:51 am said:

    love sweetiepie’s fabric choices!!! you’ll have to start a 2nd steampunk to use them!! i have some Sewline stuff and love it.
    well… as a friend of mine often says, “i got nothin'” things are a bit boring over here – just working and getting ready for the “H” word, followed by “T” and then “C”. Yes, i said it. it’s just around the corner!!!
    happy thursday.
    :waves madly

  23. You ar so funny!! Naming your sheep!! Didn’t know there were “gift sets” on those sew line products. Great idea.

  24. What a yummy selection of fabrics! I love the knitting sheep – they’ll make the best needle roll :)

    xx

  25. Ooh, grey … I’m thinking of hand piecing a quilt that’s mostly grey … can’t wait to get started to be honest! Of course when I get finished is a whole other thing ;)

  26. Great fabrics!!!!
    Love that little case with all the fabulous and magical pencils…why didn’t I find that when I was over there…:0)))

  27. You’re so lucky Anna, how well your SweetiePie knows you! And the sheep and iron fabrics! Heaven :)
    I would love this Sewline set!
    Take care
    Berglind

  28. I’ve just discovered the Sewline products and have been introducing my students to them…They are fab!!

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