Friday, May 18, 2012

The Pay Off Has Arrived

Actually it was more of a bartering for services kind of thing. A while back I mentioned that I was making some clutch purses and kits for sample sale at Quilt Market for my friend, Brigitte, of Zen Chic. We agreed that I would be paid in fabric. Well, that's like telling an addict that you will pay them in crack! Win! Win! for both of us, that's for sure. Yep, the goods arrived and they are lovely. Look at the fabulous colors and beautiful blenders to go with so many ideas in my head.

Brigitte also included those cute little charm squares that they have at market. There is a fun hashtag going around on Twitter and Instagram, #notgoingtomarket. I might not be going to market but I did get in on some of the goodies!

I know the first thing I am going to make is a 241 bag. I have had the pattern forever and still have not made one.

Thanks for stopping by,

"di"

14 comments:

Jennifer Mathis of Ellison Lane said...

I know you will have fun working with that fabric. It was a good payoff indeed! Have a great weekend Di.
xo

Emily said...

Oh wonderful! :) Glad that you were able to be a part of the fun in one way at least! :)

Ramona said...

You lucky girl. What is it about beautiful fabric that just makes us drool? I bet she was oohing and ahhing over your purses, too! :-D

**nicke... said...

that was a super payoff! i can't wait to see your 241 bag!

Cindy Sharp said...

SCORE!

Annabella said...

They are gorgeous fabrics and just your colours me thinks. Have fun with them Di!

Canadian Abroad said...

Oh you did good!!

Mrs Flying Blind... said...

I love those diddy charms x

Mrs Flying Blind... said...

I love those diddy charms x

Susan Snooks said...

You scored big time! I do believe you got the best end of the bargain!!!

Tiara said...

I love how we all enable each other, itis glorious :)

Katy Cameron said...

Oooh, lucky you, enjoy!

Lesley said...

How wonderful! Will look forward to seeing what you create!

Geri said...

Great post Di. I never knew that about the union! You really haven't changed much in all those years.