Have you seen this!?


Posted on January 21st, by Amy in random. 15 comments


It’s on my calendar for tomorrow! I googled it to see if I could find an explanation. Nothing. Then I looked to see the artist name again – just in case. . . Susan Branch. Looks like she’s a quilter too! She even has some free patterns on her site. So if you happen to need a reason to go fabric shopping – my calendar says to go visit!

Blessings to you ~ Amy





15 thoughts on “Have you seen this!?

  1. I don’t think I ever really need an excuse to go fabric shopping! I am trying to be good, though.:) I can now blame it on your calendar. It is all Amy’s fault!

  2. I love having an excuse to buy more fabric. Not that I need one anyway. In my mind, I can always justify it. Thanks for the reminder!

  3. I’m on a fabric diet but I am in the market for a new sewing machine…does that count?

    I like how you end your posts. Thank you. Blessings to you as well.

  4. I love Susan Branch! I had no idea she made fabric and patterns. I am so not counting our trip the other day. I’ll have to find another shop to visit.

    I love that I’m the third Amy to post a comment. :)

  5. I have been familar with Susan Branch’s artwork but had no idea she was into fabric and quilting – thanks for the links. Unfortunately, I won’t be shopping today either. I’m headed into Day 3 of a bathroom remake.

    I’m not an Amy but we have a daughter Amy – does that count?

  6. That seals it… I have to go to my fabric store tomorrow. I haven’t gone in months. I was debating on going since I have zero time to sew but now I have to!

  7. oh yeah? I’m totally using this an excuse to go to the fabric store today!! yippie! and wow, that Susan Branch sacallopped apron is to die for! thanks for the link!

  8. That calendar notation is so cool — Susan Branch is awesome. I’m glad you had a bloggy meet-up — the first one is the hardest/oddest — then they get to be lots of fun. Love, LOVE your cute doll quilts!

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