That’s the name of the mini charm pack that I purchased from Fat Quarter Shop.
Gratitude is something I have been feeling much of late. This temporary move has had its ups and downs. But one thing it has shown me, is that there are many kind and generous people in the world. I’ve had complete strangers welcome me into their homes and feed me lunch. I’ve had people I have never met send me their phone numbers in case I needed anything out here. I’ve been invited to sewing days and to tag along to quilt shops. I’ve even had a lovely box of fabric and thread sent to me by a generous blog reader! And I can’t begin to express how wonderful my son and his family have been to me.
As I mentioned before, I had a plan for this charm pack, but I wasn’t happy with how it was turning out. So I moved on to Plan B. And here is my little finish before washing.
Here it is after washing.
I have been here 7 weeks today. While I miss my family back home, I have never felt alone. God is faithful and He has sent everything I have needed, when I needed it. Indeed, my heart is full of gratitude.
Before I sign off today, a reader, Edwina, had a question I could not answer. Perhaps one of you could leave a comment and help her out. She wrote:
“Is fusible batting still available? Our local Joann’s does not have it, but instead recommends a fusible “fleece”. It makes the project very stiff. Fleece is the word she used, but it’s more like a stiff backing.”
Thanks for any insight you can give on this.
Have a great day!