When I was a girl, I always wanted a Crayola Crayon Box 64 with the built in sharpener in the back. Every August when we went to town to get our school supplies, I recall begging my mom for the "big box" of crayons. But it wasn't on the list. A box that big wasn't required by the teacher. So my mom would say no. I don't remember if I pouted, but I'm betting that I did. In the long run, it was probably a really good lesson for me. Make do. Be thankful for what you have.
The treasures I found next included some darling twill ribbon, another Sew Sampler Block Recipe, and BLUE Alphabitties. I already own the pink ones and I use them all the time. It will be so nice to have another set, in another color.
I've made a handful of Cluck Cluck Sew quilts in my time, and the patterns are always top notch. I'm sure the "Shimmer" pattern will be the same. I'm also very happy to get my hands on a Frixion pen and give that a whirl! While I do own a 2 1/2" ruler, it is not from Creative Grids. This ruler definitely has better markings and of course that trademark grip. I am a big fan of Creative Grids rulers.
If you'd like to know more about this great subscription program, please check out one of my earlier posts (April Sew Sampler Box or May Sew Sampler Box). Basically, Sew Sampler is a monthly subscription quilting box from Fat Quarter Shop that automatically delivers surprise quilting goodies to my door every month. Please visit Fat Quarter Shop for all the details!
Thank you Fat Quarter Shop for the terrific June box. I love every bit of it! And thank you all for stopping by the blog today! I hope you get carried away quilting often!