Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Japanese Waffle Fabric and whoa, 400!

Can you believe this is my 400th post?

I think in dog years, that makes my blog very very old. Or at least an excellent reference and amazing wealth of information. Or maybe just a lot of keystrokes.

I am in love with the green Japanese waffle fabric that I picked up as Goodness was having a fire sale, closing their Etsy doors.

This fabric really looks super 3D, just like a waffle that would come out of your waffle iron.

If you do a search on Etsy for Japanese waffle fabric you will see more of what I'm talking about.

I will confess to having bought a very tiny bit of it in off white from CottonBlue. CottonBlue has a lot of the 'cute' Japanese fabric that is really appealing to me especially for kids quilts.

While I was hanging around Etsy, I found this adorable lamp made out of wool. If I had a little girl I would have to get it. Good thing it's all boys for me.

Cheers to the 400th post! I've come a long way, baby.

7 comments:

Jamii said...

Congratulations my dear! I am so glad to see you putting so much into (and getting so much out of) your blog. It is quite a feat to have made it this far.

Here is to the next 400 posts! :)

Sharon said...

Wow, that's serious dedication! You go girl!! The waffle fabric is beautiful by the way... what are you going to do with it?

AnnaVallance said...

Congratulations on your 400th! As a newcomer to your blog, I am going to have to make time and go back and read some of your other posts. Always enjoyable.

Karissa said...

Congrats on your 400th post! As a frequent visitor, I'd have to say that it's more than just a lot of keystrokes here!

Diana said...

Congratulations! There are a lot of interesting posts here--hope you continue for 400+ more.

Kates said...

400 woo!

That fabric is way cute.

Ravenhill said...

Congratulations! That is a huge milestone! You are very dedicated not to mention incredibly talented. I recently purchased some mauve waffle fabric and trimmed with cotton prints to make face cloths. It was such a fun project. I really like the waffle fabric.
Please do keep on blogging!
~Emily xx