Well, yesterday was an interesting travel day for sure! My son and I left for the airport at 3:45 in the morning. This turned out to be the middle of a storm producing record breaking amounts of rain in the Phoenix area! Main highways were closed due to flooding and many vehicles were stranded. What should have been a 35 minute drive took 2 1/2 hours! Thankfully, God was with us and we got there and my son got home safely. I missed my flight but was able to reroute and made it home at 10:30 last night.
One adventure I found time for, was a visit to SAS Fabrics.
I learned about this gem of a place via Christine who blogs at Triangles & Squares.
I wish I had remembered to take a picture of the inside. It is a huge warehouse type place and they have anything and everything you could want for any type of sewing project. I only frequent the quilting cottons. They have remnants ranging from 1/4-8 yards. All $3.99 a yard. These are quilt shop quality fabrics and you never know what you might find. Here is my haul starting with some vintage Repro prints:
A few modern prints:
Have a great Tuesday and thanks to everyone for sticking with me even when I haven’t responded to comments while out of town.