During the hop we got in this unique chicken fabric titled "Le Poulet" (pronounced like: lay- poo-lay)
Now...how much fun is that word to say?! Le Poulet, a word that rolls off the tongue rather nicely and for the way it sounds must have some exquisite meaning. . . but the word Le Poulet means. . .
A fun and pretty sounding word to say a chicken. I guess French really is a Romantic language!
. . .and this is also the other focal that would make a wonderful strip quilt.
Speaking of Summer's End . . .
The sample above (although not quite finished) is part of Darci's upcoming monthly program called "Prairie Women's Sewing Circle" which features wonderful projects that get you making do with the fabrics you have at home each month. More samples are in the works so more info will be shared later. . .
Also in, is the new fabrics by BasicGrey called Origins featuring wonderful browns, blacks and yellows.
Lacey has had her eye on making the "Frenchy Bag" by Amy Butler (pattern in photo above) out of some of these fabrics. But until the pattern arrived she settled for sewing on a table runner . . .
. . .and by the looks of it has just the quilting left in the border to do before it's finished.
Guess she must have gotten side-tracked with the steel ball bag . . .
Luna Notte, a quaint and beautiful new line by Moda's 3 Sisters has also arrived this month.
Until next time~ Au Revoir ~ Good Bye!