Saturday, November 13, 2010

Australian fabric

Discovered another wonderful quilt shop yesterday in a near by town. There were several bolts of fabric I would have been happy to bring home..... but restrained myself as best I could. Here are some goodies I couldn't live without:
These fat quarters are from a line of Aboriginal inspired fabric from M&S Textiles from Australia, http://www.mstextiles.com/index.htm. There were several more lush patterns and I know I'll be heading back to buy more once I figure out what I want to do with these.

Two "birdie" prints to add to my collection. I am a sucker for fabric printed with birds or text.

Since this past Monday, I have made 88+ of these bow tie blocks out of reproduction 30's fabric along with a few vintage fabrics from my stash. Have 6 rows sewn together out of a total of 8 ... will try to finish up the rest this weekend.
Thanks for visiting. 

"Think left and think right and think low and think high. Oh, the 
thinks you can think up if only you try!"  ~Dr. Seuss

5 comments:

Kaya said...

I look at all fabric and thought what amazing things people like you can do with it. I even began to think that I should learn something creative like that.

Julie said...

You do such beautiful work! I love to sew as well so I can appreciate the effort and love gone into your quilts. Kolya koala also loves the Australian Aboriginal inspired fabrics!

friedaquilter said...

This is going to be a stunning quilt. I love the fabrics you've used!

Linda said...

Great choice of fabrics...and that quilt is a work of art! You must have lots of patience.... :-)

TIKA said...

It looks great!