A nice little shop in Benson closed this past summer. She specialized in Southwest prints and horsey, rodeo western prints too. Everything was marked down 50% off so I drove over to see what was left. Wowser, the store was still well stocked and ladies were lined up buying entire bolts of beautiful batik and western fabrics.
A bundle of batik FQ's looked interesting to me, no idea what they will become, but nice to have stashed. ;-) Maybe a few tote bags made from those interesting prints?
A little stack of odd FQ's . They will be good to use here and there in projects. Five yards of the mottled grey, cuz grey seems to be a popular background color these days (I think). I'll figure out a project (or two) for it.
Threads and a few notions. All half price too.
Only two yards left of the red, and four yards of the other two. I have been keeping all the fabrics in a tote, pulling them out sometimes just to look at and fondle. Ugh, I'm a true fabri-holic.
Mouse and Wonky are snuggling up. Night temps have dropped just above the freezing zone. Our poodles will still be clippered short because of all the weeds and seeds that stick to curly hair. Wonky is being a stinker about letting me clip his legs and feet, just like Matilda. Vet gave me some drugs to give before clipping but I hesitate using drugs on my poo-kids.