Saturday, January 12, 2013

Hoarding Fabric

I've been hoarding up the left over Vintage Modern fabric from the

 I decided to do a tumbler quilt with it. 


I tried to do a thimble quilt last year, but ended up giving what I had cut out and sewn together
 to Nancy, who made a big one lickity split. 
 The thimble's just weren't "floating my boat", "sew" to speak.  


I have 70 tumblers sewed together "sew" far 
and it's already  three times as big as a thimble would be.
My January BOM should be here pretty quick and I'll be able
 to add more tumblers after I have that sewed together. 
I've enjoyed this BOM "sew" much that  I'm definetly signing up to do the
 2013 one which will feature Avalon by Fig Tree Quilts.     


LRRD  must have gotten cold last night and couldn't get under his blanket, he just decided to get in his pillow case.
Him and Ranch Man are still in bed. Ranch Man is feeling bad and coughing his head off.
 I rubbed his feet with Vicks, told him to put some socks on and it's a little bit quieter in there
 for now. That remedy seems to work most of the time.


I think I'll go in there and watch the western channel with him. Bonanza is on.
And yes I really do like to watch westerns.

Have a wonderful day and God bless YOU.



6 comments:

Nancy M. said...

I had to laugh at the dog in his pillow. How smart of him. Have a good weekend.

Lucy @ Charm About You said...

The tumblers look great!

Rachaeldaisy said...

Love your Tumblers in those pretty fabrics! Your little dog is so cute in his bed. I used to love Bonanza when I was young, I haven't seen it in years.

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Sue McPeak said...

Hi Vicki...Yes, I do know HiHoney. I'm so sorry I missed you at 'H' yesterday. I do remember giving you my card. For such a big state, Texas is a small world, huh? Thank you so much for stopping by CITexas Gal and leaving your comment, so I could return the visit and become a Follower of your blog.

Which BTW, I love your blog title and your all about Texas Living and of course your quilting. I didn't know there was a quilt shop in SAnna. I've been through there a couple of times, and now, I'm going to make that a final destination...hopefully one day soon.

I browsed around and really enjoyed your posts and photos. I've added you to my Sewin'Friends on my Sidebar, and will watch for your posts so I can visit again. Hope to SEE you at 'H' again...I'm a part timer there...got have part of the time to SEW. Sue

SIMPLESEW said...

This was my favorite fabric last year. I hope I find some on clearance to buy soon, if you see it, let me know.