Monday, March 2, 2009

Phoenix wrap-up

Teri asked me where the photo of my fabrics from Phoenix was. Well I did take a picture of them when I was home this weekend, but last night I spent most of the evening in LaGuardia Airport trying to get to Ottawa, Canada before the snow. Yes, I did make it, after flight cancellations, and stand-by lists, etc.... It is cold up here... -9 degrees C... brr.... but I missed the 10 inches of snow that DH had to shovel from both our house and my Mom's today... but I am rambling.... :-)

So, here is the picture of my fabrics, but remember I am on a fabric diet, so don't leave a message asking why no more.... these are all 2 yd pieces... 16 yds!!! I did enough damage!
I told you I was inspired by the colors of the southwest... you see the bottom fabric, the one of bowls and vases and then on top of it, one of Kokopeli... what a joyful character he is! I think the bowl/vase fabric will make a nice back for whatever I make out of these. I have some ideas inspired by The Quilter's Store in Sedona and Quiltz in Phoenix... but who knows. For now, I will just enjoy the colors.

But more importantly, I told Teri, that first I had to update my shop list on the left with the three shops from Arizona, which I did tonight. I also updated the list to show the city and state where the shops are, so you don't have to click on the link to find out. Hope that helps!

3 comments:

Marianne Bos said...

what yummy fabrics!!
16 yards....Is that all!
I REALLY love the fabric with the vases.
I cant wait to see what you make with all of those.
happy quilting
Marianne
(happily quilting in 32deg c in Singapore)

terificreations said...

I knew it would be beautiful fabric! Thanks for posting this.

I hope you get to do some quilting this month! One little consolation for you: Pelham Quilters didn't meet last night.

Teri

Cathy said...

"Fabric diet" - now that's a new one! Can't wait to see what comes out of our southwest day in the sun - whatever you do, I know it'll always remind you of the red rocks of Sedona - come back soon!