Pennsylvania has some very bizarre fabric stores. Sauder's is in the basement of a Mennonite home. Oh and while you are there you can also buy your bulk food in case you don't want to also go to the grocery store. One stop shopping!
Burkholder's is on the family farm, they did build an new structure for the store and it is in the middle of a cornfield. I will highlight some others another day.
Christine won the day purchasing the most fabric, Sujata was a close second. I was a very good girl and only bought what I "needed". I am not big on batiks but bought some for a specific project.
Love this one and stole it from Christine's pile. Do you all do that? As soon as you see a friend's stack, you need to have some too?
Nice colors I like the lines, Christine had it so I had to have some too.
I have not seen this one before but loved the little rectangles.
Sujata found this one and told me it looked like me and I had to buy some. So now I look like fabric? She bought some too, we split it.
This is not a fabric I would normally choose but I want those little kid heads for another project. They were just the right size.
This fabric from my Diary Block got lots of interest. Here it is opened up so you can see all the campy things. It is a Michael Miller called Trailer Travel.
We were trying our best to get out there and stimulate the economy, some one has to do it, it may as well be us!