Can’t wait for the day I get to enlarge my studio, in the meantime I am making notes of ones that I like
and this one
We had a great time in Granville. The historic downtown was converted into a small fair, with live music, rides for the kids and fair food. The fireworks were in a perfect setting, we really enjoyed the whole day.
Jeanies house was amazing. I have never been in a house with a turret. So very cool.
The other cool thing, seeing Amy Butler stand in line for fair food, and then again walking back from the fireworks with her friend and her friends daughter- all holding hands. I tried not to stare.
Found a bolt of this fabric yesterday. It is so yummy I just want to eat it. I can’t decide if I want to put it up for bags or be selfish and save it all for myself.
We are off to Granville today, a small artsy town about 20 minutes outside of town. One of Andy’s co-workers has a big old historic house and has invited us over to watch the fireworks tonight. There is a big festival with lots of things for kiddos so it should be a fun day. Andy’s friend went to high school with Amy Butler (who lives and works in Granville) so maybe if we run into her I can actually meet the fabric goddess herself. Taking the camera, hope to get lots of good pictures.
I am so excited to have this new blog on my website. A way to share new fabrics and inspiration! Very Cool.
Nothing screams summer like the 4th of July and here are some recent pictures of some more signs of summer.
The Slip and Silde
And the Ice Cream Man!
Love this picture of Blake, life is all about Simple Pleasures