|Another rug from Lenexa|
My friend, Sandra, had go pick up her sewing machine at the Bernina store, so I went with her and we spent the rest of the day shopping. Our first stop was Savage Quilter quilt shop. I bought fabric to make Emma a pair of bloomer pants. Sandra bought a quilt book...Table Toppers by Fons & Porter. We also went to Joann's. I bought the flower basket for Ashlee and the blue fat quarters for March theme for AAPG.
|Fabric on left for Emma's pants|
Sandra stopped at Horn's Seeds to buy onion sets, black-eyed peas, tomato plants, and pepper plants. I am so ready for spring. I hope to have a garden this year, but haven't really started working the area where I want it. With tax season, not too much gets done until after April 15. I did buy a grapevine ivy for my office though. Need some green and clean air there while I am working. We stopped for lunch at Jason's Deli before heading down the street to the next thrift store.
At the Goodwill store I found a green metal box that will be good to put a punch needle on top.
At another thrift store I found an old wooden painting easel. Thought Ginger and I could use it in our booth to display things on. Not sure what to do with the white wooden stool, but it was only $1.48
The box of lace up blocks will be for Emma when she is a little older. Didn't appear that it had ever been used...99 cents!!!!
This purse had beads missing, but still lots were on it. My sister-in-law, Danna, does beadwork and is working on a crazy quilt for her sister. I thought she might be able to use some of them.
|Purse with beads $2.00|
Of course, I have to post pictures of Emma. She was my little leprechaun yesterday all dressed in her green top and shamrock pants.
|She practices standing and then letting go. Going to be walking soon|
|Such a ham!!!|
|She likes to stand on her tiptoes|
|She was playing music for me|