I was upstairs yesterday in my quilting room when I heard Mazie bark downstairs. She doesn't bark very often, so I came downstairs to check it out. An unmarked delivery truck was parked in front of our house. I flippantly said, "I'll bet he's bringing a box of fabric to me!" Then the doorbell rang. It was a box from Marcus Fabrics arriving out of the blue.
The box contained this wonderful collection of Old Sturbridge Village Anniversary Collection by Judie Rothermel.
Great border fabrics. Great everything fabrics! I need to sit and fondle this fabric for awhile and let the creative juices flow. I will try not to drool.....promise.
First I have to finish everything I'm working of for Spring Quilt Market in Salt Lake City in May. Two major quilts in three months has kept the sewing machine and me in overdrive. My goal is to finish both quilts this month. Next month, I'm going to camp out in the machine quilting room and try to work some quilting magic. Large quilts take me forever to quilt. Note to self: Next time design smaller quilts.
On another note, our oldest granddaughter is in FFA (Future Farmers of America) in high school. She is raising a pig to show and sell at the county fair in June. I don't know how she is going to part with her cute little piggy....Kevin. As in Kevin Bacon. Too funny.
Have a great weekend. We'll be on the baseball and softball fields tomorrow watching the grandkids.....if the rain subsides. I'm taking the day off from quilting to share some enjoyable time with the family. I'll be renewed and refreshed to start all over again next week.....unless I sneak into my sewing room and fondle fabric!