I just got my order of two of Heather Ross' new prints from her Far Far Away III line. I chose her pink guitars and the blue tangleweed prints because they are more condusive to smaller projects. Here I have made Tomboy wallets out of each, and I really like the way they came out. Strangely, the two fabrics are different weights: the guitars are a heavier (and more what I'm used to) linen/cotton blend. The wildflowers are a very light (almost quilting weight) linen/cotton. I love both, but I was suprised that they would be different weaves. In any case, I am very much enjoying working with them.
Both of these wallets are available now in my Shops. And don't forget: I'm crafting for a cause right now! I'm working towards an $800.00 goal to be able to build a new bathroom for LilyAnne so that she can experience greater independance in her every day life. Read more about the full project here.
In other news, my beloved cousin just had a baby, and I'm going to go and visit them soon. I have decided (deep breath here) that I'm going to make a baby quilt for her. I'm going to try and keep this first one super simple, since I've never quilted before, and also because I have to finish it by mid week next week! Maybe a strip quilt? In any case, I'm looking forward to incorperating these two prints into my first quilt for her. Welcome to the world, Bria Rose!