here - this pattern is about halfway down but there are so many other little delightful patterns by her that it's worth taking a look at them all.
The other day, the Ghastlies fabric I ordered arrived - with a huge bonus. First of all, I wanted a selection of the fabric so I was searching all sorts of online places to get a variety. I wanted both the original "Ghastlies" scene and the "Ghastly Night" dinner party scene that I pictured in my earlier post, along with some coordinates. Most of the stores I found were out of some or another, but I found a vendor on a storefront called Artfire who was advertising everything that I wanted, at some really good prices ($5.50/yard for some). So I placed an order, paid, received confirmation, and waited. When it arrived, I found that I got only about two yards - not four - of the Ghastly Night in green that I'd ordered, but like EIGHT YARDS of the same print in the mauve background, which I hadn't ordered at all. I emailed the seller to be sure it wasn't a mistake and she confirmed that she was out of the green but the mauve was end of bolt and she thought I might be able to use it since she wasn't going to carry Ghastly fabrics any longer. Absolutely I can use it! Now instead of making just a quilt, I can make all sorts of Ghastly Ghear like I've been seeing in the blog hop.
However, it's going to have to wait since this weekend I am headed up to visit with my son, and on Sunday I will get home in time to go to my Honey's sister's house for his family birthday celebration they put on hold for me. I'm not even taking any handwork with me so I hope I don't get all antsy thinking of the sewing piling up without me. I WILL be going to Jo-Ann Fabrics at lunch today to use the 30% off entire purchase card I got during my shopping last week and stock up on some basic fabrics, as well as some coordinates to go with the Ghastly project. Maybe I'll see a pattern or two that will be perfect for all that bonus yardage.
We're supposed to see some snow in the Mid-Atlantic area this weekend ... a stark change from these sunny days in the 70's we've been having. Stay warm and enjoy your weekend, wherever you are.