November 13, 2008
I'm quite the fan of home deliveries.
Our milk and bread arrive on our doorstep by dawn twice a week. I occasionally like someone with a big van to bring me my groceries. And pizza doesn't taste quite right unless its been brought to the house in a limp cardboard box by a boy driving a car fitted with a noisy doof-doof stereo.
Heck, I have even been tempted to try out home delivered toilet paper just for fun.
So what might warm my heart more yesterday - on a day when I wasn't able to leave the house - than opening the letterbox and finding the November mail-out envelope from Amitie? Home delivered fabric!
This striking cotton sateen print is called Bloom. Its a home decor weight and from the Ginseng collection by Joel Dewberry. I've been admiring from afar for a while, especially after seeing it made up as a beautiful hat in over at Thornberry.
Now what to do with this beautiful fabric? Will it be a 1-fat-quarter project ... or involve further home deliveries?
Filed under: Textiles