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Thursday, March 25, 2010

Another package

I got another delivery today from a fabric company.  This box came from Blank Quilting Co. and they were very generous!!  I got a big box and it was full of really cute fabric samples.  There were lots of "boy" stuff too which is good.  I love playing with the girly stuff & I've received lots of it but there are a great deal of little boys out there that need warm quilts too.  Here are some of the pieces, which are called "Heavy Metal" and include airplanes, firetrucks and tools.  Also, here is a picture of some of the other pieces, which are called "Circus Critters" and include animals all dressed up and lots of bright colors.  I'm thinking I could use the circus ones for both boys or girls depending on if I use the dark background one or light background one.  I am truly touched and inspired by the generousity of fabric companies and quilters in general!  And as always, the next time you are in the market for some fabric remember to support Blank Quilting Co!!!

 
My husband went to an orientation for a job today.  He's been off work for almost two weeks so this is going to be a HUGE adjustment!  This job is in a factory through a temporary agency.  It isn't ideal but atleast there will be money coming in.  He's going to keep looking for something better too so please keep us in your prayers.  Plus, pray for us that we are able to adjust to him working again and the tiredness that comes with it!

Bye,

Lisa

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