Judy, I found pieces of that fabric, but just scraps. Here's what I have:
1 - 7" x WOF (width of fabric)
1 - 12" x 13" piece
1 - 5" x 8" pieces
2 - roughly 3" x 5" pieces
I live in a pet-free, smoke-free environment. This fabric has not been washed. You are welcome to what I have, but I'm afraid it won't be enough to do much good. If you add me as a friend, I'll message you privately to get your address. Wish I could be of more help. I actually have yardage of some of the other prints in this line.
Hello Judy. I love the photos of your quilts. Very nice! I am very familair with the Panhandle as my stepson grew up in Panhandle, TX and is now at Texas Tech in Lubbock. So we have made and continue to make several trips to Texas from Kansas. There is a shop in Pampa, TX that I love to stop at and also one in Amarillo that I really like. It has more books than I have ever see a shop have! Anyway, nice job on your quilts. Paula from Topeka, KS. :-)
Happy to be your friend here, Judy...how's quiet west Texas doing? We had a heap of rain here yesterday and hopefully some more tonight...my fingerz are crossed!
I'm machine piecing a top for our queen bed...it'll be for summer so hope to use something light for batting..more later..take care now, Lois
The challenge is out, lets see how many of us can join the wonderful new campaign called Stitching for Pink !!! Starts today until 30 October. Its gonna be so much fun with 10 projects to complete. Come on Embroiderers lets unite and join the fight against Breast Cancer !!!
Hi Judy...nice to meet you! I went through Clarendon a 2nd time last April on the way to Amarillo and I LOVE that area along with Quanah...it's beautiful in a very different way out there and I found you from the Panhandle group....anywhoo...always nice to meet another happy Texas quilter and hope you are surviving the heat......so far...........sure wish we'd get more rain too! More later...........nice to meet ya!
Dorry for the delay in answering. I have been super busy. I don't even have my Kalidoscope put together, let alone figure out how I want to quilt mine. I have quilted about 12 of them now. Each and everyone of them has been different, but none of them has struck me enought for me to put it on my quilt. To be truthful, I am kind of tired of looking at this top, so I may put off working on mine for awhile. Off to work!!
Thanks for the comment on my quilt. I really like the double wedding ring quilt on your slideshow. I just joined the nurses who quilt group... congratulations on your degree. Do you already have a job lined up in your new capacity ?? I have several friends who practice as NP's and they all seem to love it. The quilt you commented on was from a pattern that had 2 girls riding horseback and holding hands. I cut off the long hair on one of them so it would look like a man and a woman. The pattern is called "Forever Sisters" by June Jaeger and put out by Prairie Girl's Quilt Shop in Oregon. The wall hanging was a wedding gift for my youngest sister who actually got married on horseback a few years ago.
I'd be happy to loan the pattern to you.. once you're done with your stash clean-up, that is !! (grin)
Thank you so much JudyT for your nice comment. This is the first completed quilt I made and I was so proud of it. I gave it to my daughter and I think she was seven or nine at the time. She took it when she went away to college and now she's back home and it's her favoriate quilt which makes me feel good.