Kept In Stitches

Confessions of a fabric hoarder

I’m still trying to get caught up from this last weekend. I had a wonderful weekend and I just wish the weather was cooler. We arrived at the Glendale Quilt Guilds boutique a little after it opened. So many people were already there and my shopping skills sprung into action. The boutique was HUGE and very well organized, not to mention well staffed. In addition to all the handcrafted items, they had fabric and notions. I snatched up all the solids that I could find and then I found a big box of templates and rulers (some still in their original packaging) for $.50 to $2.00. Wow! What a deal…..even if I already had them, I couldn’t say no to that price. The duplicates will be given to my quilting peeps. I even bought some antique quilt blocks and an antique quilt top. The quilt top was only $25.00 and it is in beautiful condition. I’ll be sure to have some fun quilting it with some help from Johnny. A little over a hundred dollars later it was time leave for Palm Springs.

One thought on “Midnight at the Oasis, Part 2

  1. Sandy Bradfield says:

    Thanks, Scott. It was a lot of hard work, but our group pulled it together to make an awesome Bazaar. It was nice to see you!


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