9.14.2012

Fabric Friday {Geek}

Thank you to all those so far who have left their thoughts on my previous post.  I'm definitely not the sappy type, but I can't help but let you guys know I truly appreciate your friendship.  I have some amazing readers!  For everyone who comes to visit Owen's Olivia, you rock!  Thank you for all your support, love, and help over the year.

This past week I have experienced beautiful, low humidity weather.  I couldn't resist the outdoors and the feeling of wanting to work.  This past week I cleaned my sewing room, which was a really big deal.  It's not decorated, but it's clean and functional.  I'll snap a few photos so you can see the space I work in.

I finally decided what I will be doing for the backside of my kitchen island, which I will share with you next week.  I can't actually get started on the project until the end of this month or the beginning of Oct.  Wow, Oct. is right around the corner.  When did this happen??

Onto Fabric Friday!  I thought this particular subject was fun!  I wouldn't mind having most of these prints in my stash!

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Also, Heather Ross has a new book out that looks wonderful, which I found out via Apartment Therapy.  Didn't know if you guys saw the post.  I know many of you are HR fans!  I might have to buy this book down the road.

If I can get to it this weekend, I'm going to snap photos of some fabrics I am looking to swap.  Just giving you a heads up if you are interested in swapping with me.

Have a wonderful weekend, and thanks for stopping in!

peaceout

4 comments:

  1. Wow! I love your "geek" choices, very retro cool :)

    And thanks for the tip on the HR book, I'm adding it to my list!

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  2. That is such a cool book. I am hoping to get it for Christmas.

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  3. Ooo Nancy! I knew we thought alike! I love Melody Miller! Her linens esp the viewfinder discs and type writers are awesome! I hadnt seen most of the others but spoonflower rocks! I love printing cutom quilt labels with them. Some of the people who work there are in the Triangle MQG and the guild took a tour there. Such a neat process.

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