|First stop, Sewfisticated in Framingham|
|They had a bin of 10 cent zippers. I bought 20 for $2.00.|
|I got a lot of goodies! Want to see what's in this bag?|
|Next stop, Fabric Place Basement|
|I bought this great bacon fabric to make pillowcases for my nephews.|
I only bought the bacon fabric at Fabric Place Basement. However, right after our visit, Living Social offered vouchers ($20 for $40 worth of merchandise) and we all bought one (OK, so Joannie and I each bought two), so we have to go back. I mean, come on, if they want to give me free stuff, I have no argument!
|I love this sign at Fabric Place Basement! It was not for sale, |
although I have seen similar ones, albeit smaller ones, on Etsy.
|Third stop, Jo-Ann Fabrics. I bought a 2014 calendar using a 40% off |
coupon. Again, I'm proud to be doing my part for my country.
|Fourth stop, Button Box Sewing Center. I was getting tired, |
but summoned enough energy to buy a magazine.
|This will be a pillowcase for one of my clients. She is an 80+ year old lady, |
still working, who has season tickets to the Steelers. She loves football!
|Upholstery weight fabric, only $2.99 a yard. Too pretty to leave behind. |
It may become a tote bag. Looking at it on my screen, if I
varnished it, it would be a gorgeous floor cloth....
|Something wild. You know I can't resist an animal print. |
The bottom two are upholstery weight.
|Adorable music fabric to make a pillowcase for my |
3-year old friend Lemi who loves to sing and play the drum.
|What I went shopping for...the turquoise background fabric.|
A miserable rainy day here today. It would be a great day to spend sewing, but I have to go to work.
Have a great day!
Pugs and kisses,