Today was my first free day of the holidays, if you don't count taking all three sons to their three respective jobs, at different starting times and at different locations.
So of course I had to visit my two favourite patchwork shops along the way.
Patchwork on Central Park were just unpacking bolts of Kaffe Fassett shot cottons. They have a huge range now. I love the shots. They are so much more interesting than the plains and seem to fit into a lot of the things I am working on like this:
This is not the final layout. I am just trying to make enough blocks to join together to fit the back of this tablecloth so it can be double sided.
I also visited Amitie to get some more perle cotton (they have every colour you can imagine there) because I finally decided how I was going to quilt this:
The fabric on the right is the backing I bought from Spotlight.
I guess I am very lucky to have so many places to go shopping when I need some fabric but after taking stock of what I have got going on at the moment I have realised that I have to stop spending, and start finishing so that is the plan for my holidays.