Sunday, January 27, 2013
Let's Get Acquainted Monday Link Up
Last month, I participated in the happy little pouch hop along with one of my dearest friends from the online quilting world, Heidi from Fabric Mutt. Heidi made this wonderful little hexagon pouch that I absolutely adored so you can imagine my reaction when I received a holiday package from her in the mail a few weeks later and inside was none other than that little pouch! And not only did Heidi send me the pouch but she stuffed it full with a variety of fabric scraps that she knew I would just love.
And speaking of fun fabric scraps, these in the above photo are from another one of my dearest friends that I met this year though this online sewing/quilting community, Nicole from Bold Goods. Actually, though, these fabrics aren't mine - Nicole put together two adorable packages of fabrics for each of my two older daughters (but I convinced them to trade with me for that little dancing couple - I mean, seriously, how cute is that fabric!) I've actually now met Nicole twice - in real life! We don't live near each other but fortunately, she has some friends that live near me so twice now we've been able to sneak in a visit when she has been nearby. And have I mentioned how much my daughters adore her? Especially my one year old!
And lastly, see these perfectly basted EPP hexagons - well, I'm not the one who basted them! I finally went to my local modern quilt guild meeting last week and I am so glad that I did! It was so fun to meet Instagram and blog friends in real life! The basted hexagons and precut hexagon scraps are from Melinda from Quirky Granola Girl - she saw that I was working on a EPP hexagon project and gave these to me (I think she said they were leftover from this amazing quilt.) There were so many great fabrics in the pile including a bunch of cute novelty ones that I had never seen before. Fun, fun, fun!
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