I've had a number of requests to share the stash I acquired on my trip to Spokane. Always happy to oblige....
Before I even made it to my mom's house, we stopped at the cutest little shop in her town, Cottage Quilting. You would never even know it was there unless you had the inside scoop - there was no sign off the highway. It was a small shop, but bright and just packed with my favorite Moda fabrics and lots of shop samples. The owners Roxanne and Kendra couldn't have been more friendly and welcoming. My daughter fell in love with a kit they had made up and draped over a playpen in the shop. It was this cute Michael Miller Kid's Toile in a mint and chocolate combination with that curly plush Minkee-like fabric used for the back. It will be a perfect cuddle quilt for DD. I was able to get some of the blocks assembled while I was hanging out waiting for Nicole to arrive on Saturday.
The next photo shows the blues and golden browns that will be used in the setting blocks for the second Carrie Nelson class quilt, working title Cupcake. I'm working on cutting and sewing the 119 9-patch blocks, so I don't have pictures of those fabrics.
And finally, although I was sure I'd collected every purple fabric in the state of Washington for my future Blackberries & Cream quilt (current issue of American Patchwork and Quilting), the Buggy Barn had some delicious purples and creams that I just had to add to my collection.