Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Postal Delivery

First I must say how completely overwhelmed I am at the amazing response to my posts so far. I am speechless! Thank you to all the readers of this blog and all the kind and encouraging comments that have been posted. All comments are so very much appreciated!


Just take a look what arrived in the mail today! (This was no surprise, really!)


This envelope arrived arrived from The Material Girl Shoppe. This is an on-line etsy store selling some of my favorite designer fabrics by Amy Butler, Anna Maria Horner and Heather Bailey. When I heard that Amy Butler's Lotus and Belle Collections are now discontinued I knew I had to replenish my stash of these favorites:



From top to bottom:

All these fabrics are from Amy Butler's Lotus Range:


Full Moon Polka Dot in Slate, Cherry, Camel and Lime
AND French Wall Paper in Duck Egg


Naturally I had to fill my envelope to justify the International Shipping charges, luckily these two fitted into the envelope just nicely:


Both these fabrics are designed by Anna Maria Horner. The fabric on the left is from the "Garden Party" range called Polka Line in Raspberry, and the fabric on the right is from the "Good Folks" range and is called Cathedral in Peony.

Oh! It's always a great day when the delivery van stops at my house!

9 comments:

  1. Oooh! I can't wait to see what becomes of those.

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  2. Awesome fabric...can't wait to see what they become!!

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  3. Wow, are you ever on a roll - what a wonderful introduction to Blogland! You will be inundated with visitors - your quilts and other goodies are spectacular!
    Hugs - Lurline♥

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  4. I love the colors! Yes, it is wonderful to have a delivery, especially when it is fabric.

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  5. ah yes - i need those dots in lime and slate too!

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  6. Just came over from Twiddletail's blog, and I have to say I love your blog! lovely colors.

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  7. Pretty fabric! I love getting fabric through the post. There is nothing like opening up a parcel and stroking your new treasure (or is that just me?!)

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