I was hoping to do another Fabric Friday post yesterday, but it just didn’t happen…so here’s some fabric I’m loving on Saturday! First up is the Sandi Henderson Henna Garden fat quarter collection I was able to get from her shop. Usually I miss out on fabric finds like this one, so I was excited to be able to get this and complete my collection.
I was also able to order some fun Kokka prints from Ayumi…
I think the bottle cap print is my favorite!
I’m hoping to make this a Farmer’s Wife Saturday today, but last night I set out a couple of my WIP scrappy blocks so I’d be sure to sew them first. (I often try to leave something ready to go right on the table so I always have something ready if I get just a few minutes to run in and sew a little)!
Oh, and thanks for the wonderful tips and ideas in the comments for my Veranda fabric giveaway. I’ll pick a winner this weekend and announce it on my next post!
Thanks so much for stopping by!
Magnolia Bay Quilts says
Love those Henna Garden fabrics. Those are great to have in your stash. The bottle cap fabric is adorable.
Those Kokka fabrics are fun!
Those bottle caps are really neat, that would be a fun fabric to use.
and the henna garden bundles are already gone! nuts. good find, wish i could have snagged some for myself!
Carrie P. says
great fabrics. I like the bottle cap fabric too.
Oh! I really like your little design boards for the FW blocks…how did you do those?
Cute fabric. I love the Henna Garden.
Kari @ The Purple Quiltapotamus says
The Henna Garden fabric is absolutely lovely!
Your scrappy blocks are so cute. I see you have a little FMF here and there.
That milkcap fabric is adorable! And the one under it with the flowers and bird.. looove it
Simone de Klerk says
Archie the wonder dog says
Lovely fabrics and I really like your block savers!
Donna Becker says
You use such happy colors and patterns! I'm still not good at choosing modern designs for quilts. Guess I'll have to just keep studying your blog photos until I get more brave and try some! Thanks for posting the fabrics and your finished blocks.