Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary Fabric Sale







Back in May as I do every year I attended the Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary Fabric Sale. This one was in a new location that apparently was secured rather quickly after the sale of their previous spot. Things were a little more crowded then usual in this set up, and I probably purchased the least amount of stuff I ever have. I still had lots of fun looking through goodies, and I am in no danger of running out of craft supplies as is it, but I still managed to come away with some treasure pictured above. My best buy was the two vintage dress forms for $5 each. Now on display in my living room.

Halloween Quilt progress



As you may know I have been working on my Epic Halloween QAL quilt for some time. I’ve gone off original plan, but keep finding really cool patterns to insert into my quilt, and I figure as long as I am having fun sewing it, that’s all that really matters.
These two new patterns are free foundation paper pieces I found on Craftsy by Unicornharts. The skull pattern can be found here, and the cat here. They are so great, and I love how large they are. I can see doing a whole quilt of just the skulls with pastel backgrounds like she has in the sewn sample.
You can find another post here about my Halloween quilt here if you want to take a look back.