Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Treats.....

Treats...don't you just love treats.....I am in a fabric club 'Circa 1800's Club" with Quiltsmith and I receive either 3 or 4 times a year, 10 fat quarters .... this is my selection for this time and because if have now been receiving these for four years they also included an extra little treat of 4 fat sixteenths....Peg ... :>)

13 comments:

  1. Those are just scrumptous Peg. I clicked on the link and just about fell over, I can't believe how much Aussie prices have risen.....

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  2. Oh very nice fabrics. Beautiful eye-candy.

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  3. Mmm, what lovely fabrics! Isn't it lovely receiving crisp, new fabrics in the mail - it always makes me inspired!

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  4. What gorgeous fabrics! There's nothing like a package of new fabric.

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  5. MMMMM......those where jummy fabrics.

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  6. Thise are really jummy. Yesterday already part of my zaza fabric order came in, only waiting for the jellyroll which is in another envelope, maybe the postman will ring again tonight

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  7. Now that a wonderful treat *s*

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  8. Oh, those are gorgeous fabrics!

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  9. This is realy nice fabrics. I have been learning about Civil War fabrics trough other bloggers and I love them. I have seen some quilts with CW fabrics and I realy enjoy them. It is kind of unusual to find surch fabrics in Norway .
    I will visit the internettadress you have posted sow I can learn even more about Cw..

    And you have posted even two more quilts from your cupboard, well what can I say, very beautiful.
    Big Hug from me!

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  10. Very, very nice...and fun to get!!

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  11. Beautiful fabrics. I used to belong to a similar club at Patchwork on Stonleigh.

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  12. I love your treat! I'm huge fan of 1800's era quilts and fabrics!

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Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a comment, I do enjoy reading them all...take care, keep safe, happy quilting .. Peg