dream about Justin's quilt-to-be? The quilt for his wedding gift was so clear in that dream!
And the very next day, I was trawling around one of my favorite fabric sites and saw exactly the right combination for the quilt. So I bought it. I ordered it late on Monday and it was at my house on Thursday. From California, no less.
Now all I have to do is decide on a background. Am thinking white. Or pale, pale gray.
I want to say a couple of words about Fabricworm, if you'll hang in there with me. I don't remember how or when I discovered this site. For ages and ages, I just went there and looked around. Then a couple of weeks ago they had a bundle of gray fabrics and I caved on the spot and ordered them. And, they came so quickly! After they arrived and I'd started playing with them, I realized I was going to need some more of one or two of the fabrics for border and binding. I emailed the proprietor and received a quick, friendly reply. Helpful. Nice.
What I really like, apart from the helpful, the nice, the gorgeous fabrics, and the speedy delivery is that in the bundles, the fabrics are not all from the same line! Did you read that correctly? Yes, she combines lines of fabric for a stunning, not-too-matchy-matchy look. Wasn't I just ranting about the need for this?
I have no affiliation with this shop other than as satisfied, delighted customer. I'm not getting any kind of a kickback; in fact, the proprietor doesn't know I'm writing about her. I just thought since I've been so very, very pleased, you might, too.