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Fabric Shopping Spree!!

I went on a girl's weekend trip and had so much fun!!
We shopped all day Friday and bought a little fabric!
O.k. alot of fabric, the entire trunk was full.
We could barely see out the windows.

Some of this was bought for a humanitarian project. We are
making blankets for the Linus Project
We were able to get all the fabric we needed to meet our goal of 170 blankets!

This is a great organization that helps children in need.

Here is some of the new minky that I got.

I'll be listing it on etsy soon.

This is fabric that I bought for curtains for Nicole's room.

She loved the print!
Now I just need to make them.

(it's on the to do list!)

Comments

sista # 2 said…
Chloe has a similar print on her window -I adore it ;)Way fun stuff!

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