I figured if I can't sew right now, I might as well poke some buttons!
Market pictures were reviewed and there were one or two things that caught my eye. Just one or two. Yes, I do have a fever now, so maybe that will change, but for now I'm being a good girl. I haven't been doing much window shopping lately, so some of these might have been shown before Market, but they're new to me.
The first thing that caught my eye, and took my breath away, was Moda Collections for a Cause Clamshell kit. Wow! I saw an antique clamshell many years ago, and it has always been in the back of my mind. I'm definitely going to make this one, and maybe enlarge it to fit my bed. I think it will be heavy but that's okay since there are usually two quilts on my bed in the wintertime. Not sure I like the border on it, so might see how it looks without the border. Isn't it wonderful?!!
The next one is this Primrose & Poppies pattern by It's Sew Emma. I think I'm going to stash dive for this one. '30s? Thimble Blossom brights? The possibilities are endless. I belong to the It's Sew Emma pattern club, so I didn't have to poke this button. Another It's Sew Emma pattern I love is William's Crossing. It's simple and would also be a good stash buster, but I love that fabric there. Uh oh, I feel another poke coming on!
And, of course, no button-poking diva would be true to herself without ordering the Bunnyhill Design BOM, A Woodland Christmas. Another beauty by Anne Sutton. I have so many of her BOMs in various stages. Need to pick one and finish it! They're irresistible to me!
Of course, some things are just sitting out there teasing me:
Minick & Simpson's new line, Midwinter Reds
Bunny Hill 's new line, Celebration
French General's new line, Josephine
Bonnie & Camille's new line, Scrumptious
I guess no packages will be arriving since almost everything is in "Coming Soon." (sigh) That, however, may be a good thing!!