Monday, July 7, 2008

Liberty of London fabrics for quilting (of course!)


Today I got 2 things in the mail.

First, the good news: The above package came from International Fabric Collection, and hooray (virtual back flip), it contained my new Liberty of London prints.

My only regret is that I didn't order a couple more of them. International Fabric Collection was so cool. They said that my shipping was a bit less that I was charged, so they also included $2 in cash. Wow, guess I'll be ordering from them again soon.

Then, there's the bad news: My catalog for the Road to California quilt show came, and no classes in there from American Quilter's Society on quilt appraisal. My dream was to take another brush up class from Bobbie Aug but I didn't see her name listed.

And a couple of clickable treats just for you:

If you haven't checked out Picnik.com pleeeeeeeeease do so immediately! It's an online photo editor with Holga-ish and Lomo-ish digital effects. The basic version is FREE so go now, check it out, stop using boring photos on your blog!

Green Kitchen (serious eye candy at this blog) turned me on to their site, and wow, it is oh so very cool. I used their "1960's -ish" filter on the Liberty fabric above.

And if you haven't been to Greener Grass Design, you may want to pop over there and drool over their textiles for decorating your bedroom, or killer jewelery (silver 'Tiffany' ring, I 'need' one of these), or maybe their Sun Jar nightlight.

I am now a believer that that grass is always greener.

5 comments:

thesunbrellastore said...

Thank you very much for your nice informations.

Regards
Sunbrella Fabrics

Natalie said...

What a link-licious post. Thank you for the fun stuff.

Dorie said...

Those are gorgeous!

Ravenhill said...

Such a lovely array of Liberty you have purchased!!!
~Emily

Green Kitchen said...

Did you know we're neighbors? I enjoy your blog, too. :)