Ah yes, another play on corporate terms – mergers & acquisitions. Whatever! I have some acquisitions of the fabric kind I would like to share with you.
I ordered this most awesome pack of Drawing Room fabrics from this shop. I know, it’s an older collection, but I’m a fabric hoarder, so I needed some before it was out of print and no longer available. I had a couple pieces in my stash, which I used a couple summers ago to make these cushions for our backyard benches. I have plans for this lovely stack, so I can’t wait to get started merging them into a new patchwork project. he-he-he-he
Don’t think I’ve been on a fabric bender lately, but I did acquire more fabrics. I would like to merge them into something before showing you just another stack of fabrics.
I am excited to see my sister-in-law and brother-in-law who are coming to town for the holiday weekend. We are planning to go to farmers market on Saturday morning, so I might be back with some pictures of the produce and plants in season. I am also looking forward to working on more checkerboard sets to restock my shop. Hope you are enjoying your Friday!
PS – thank you for the Etsy Treasury love! It was just the umph I needed.
8 thoughts on “Mergers and Acquisitions – Fabric, that is!”
PEONIES are my absolute favorite from back in WI!!!! Hope to see some when I am up there next month:)
I love the Drawing Room collection too! Love your clever post title:)
Dearest terri, you always have such good taste and eye for gorgeous fabrics! I love your new selection! 🙂 Penies are also one of my favorite flowers and that one in your garden is gorgeous! Have a wonderful merry happy time with your lovely in-laws! Have a lovely merry happy weekend and love to you!
Mmmmmmmmmmm. The Drawing Room fabrics are gorgeous!
I’m going to have to start using these terms for fabric purchases…then I won’t feel like I’m BUYING…right?!
Oh, I love Drawing Room, too! Nice acquisition!
Love the Drawing Room fabrics, oh I might need to make an acquisition. LOL I’ve seen so many beautiful bird and owl fabrics lately.
Wonderful fabrics, I cannot wait to see what you do with them! Enjoy the farmer’s market!