No not for miniatures- though that would be fun!
So your second guess would be for fabric and that would be correct!
After dropping Miss Quinn off at camp for the day I headed north for an hour and a half-give or take some minutes! (Missed having Quinn next to me in the truck!)
First I went to Crossroads Quilting in Cameron, MO. I have been there before and its a nice little shop but nothing fell off the shelves and into my hands there!
Then if was off to - wait for it. . .
Yep, Quiltown USA!
They have several buildings-one for wools, one for batiks, one for brights,
you get the picture.
So I wandered about and bought these:
Two fat quarter bundles and a piece of blue.
The bundles for projects that will be gifts.
The blue is an alternative for the blue I have now run out of for Brayden's Trip!
A closer look at the fabric in the fall bundle.
And here are the holiday ones.
I bought some bits and bobs as well-they have really cute things!
It's fun to go there but I don't go often as it's a bit overwhelming as well.
There's the "Which shop did I see that print in again?" thing going on.
After lunch, where I had a nice chat with some folks from Grand Prairie, Texas.
(I really must be a Hickam as I will chat with most anyone-as will most any other Hickam!)
Then I was off to Chillicothe!
The shop there is called Cuts and Bolts, fun name.
These also fell into my hands and also have projects they are needed for!
Then, I nearly did cartwheels!
I went on this little jaunt looking for a specific blue stonehenge fabric,
They had it!
Why was I so excited?
This is the last square of this fabric in Brayden's Trip-which is almost 2/3 complete.
I really didn't think I'd find it so I was thrilled!
I had another shop on the list for today, but with the late start and all the fun I had shopping and chatting plus driving on back roads the store would have closed before I could get there.
Oh well, another trip!