Sunday, November 27, 2011

oooo DS Daisy Mae....

This was my retail therapy the night before my surgery.
Oh no there is a story behind this fabric.
 I mean a LONG story.
I have never ever had fabric cutting take so long.
19 half yards took 40 minutes.
then the clerk didn't charge 2 of the prints so they took another 15 minutes to figure which ones they missed.

Wow it was a major kerfluffle...
I kept my cool...
mainly because my nearest JoAnn's didn't have the new line.
I was in one of the Columbus stores before my mom's flight arrived.
Thank goodness I really allowed myself extra time!

They are fantastic colors.

13 comments:

LeKaQuilt said...

I hope that your doing well!
Love your new fabric, they are gorgeous ! I'm looking foreward to see what beautiful projects you will make from theese :o)

Vesuviusmama said...

Beautiful fabric - worth the wait!

Cal said...

Nice prints, love the green one best, but all lovely. Hope you are healing well!

Ashlawnfarms Rag Quilt Creations said...

Definitely worth the time!!

Nicky said...

Worth waiHope you weren't late picking up your mum though!

PunkiePie (Jen) said...

And what are you going to do with all that yummy goodness?

Lisa said...

Lovely fabrics Vicki, well worth the wait :)

Pam at Antique or Not said...

Those are some great fabrics; can't wait to see what magic you work on them!

Hugs,
Pam

Jeanna said...

Hope you are feeling better.

That is a lot of retail therapy. Retail therapy is good though :)

Colleen said...

Ive been obsessd with the previous two DS quilts line but the first time I saw this I was unimpressed. However your pictures have me wanting to go back and get them. Ahh if it only wasnt December and I had money.

Kari @ The Purple Quiltapotamus said...

Wow, and I thought my LQS took forever! ;) Looks like the fabric was well worth the wait though, can't wait to see what you make with all that beautiful fabric.

Karen said...

Great fabrics! Looking forward to seeing what you create with these!

Hope you're doing well.

I've been out of touch with my blogging friends as I stopped following Google Reader. Today, I caught up with a few friends by clicking the blog list on my blog.

Karen

Diane said...

Shopping at Joanns is always an adventure :) I have not yet bought any of this line... your pictures make me want to run out and get it :)