Yesterday, the day normally reserved for laundry, was spent driving all over South Alabama. My daughter needed her laptop taken to be fixed and I volunteered: I figured it was close to a fabric store I had been wanting to revisit. Sure enough, 20 miles away and I was in Fabric Heaven. It is called Front Poarch Fabrics in Ozark, AL and they have lots of Moda and other stuff.
I am not a jellyroll or precut fan but yesterday I bought into it, again.
the jellyroll, spring colors, will be a strip-pieced shirt and the Oh My Dog (imagine that) is going to be a sweatshirt jacket, I think. I had planned to get started on one of them today but it took until noon for the studio to warm up and by that time I was busy doing other things.
One of the things I did this morning was cut fabric into Bonnie Hunter strips.
I cut several red and pink strips to be included in my February Calendar Challenge block. I am going through my scrap stash and my fat quarters (two large drawers sorted by color). On the fat quarters, I am cutting up all small pieces and any edges that have been used for other projects. I am cutting 1 1/2" strips for the calendar and then other sizes for the bins. I am beginning to think I may have enough to do Bonnie's Strip Twist: too cool.