Cozy Construction and Care

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Wednesday, July 4, 2012

I Need an Intervention!!!

They say that the fist step to getting over an addiction is to admit you have one. it is...I am addicted to fabric.  :)  You heard me right.  I sometimes go to Joann Fabrics 3-5 times a week.  And...when I can't sleep at night I grab my iPad and go to  I look at their "recent arrivals" until I have the names memorized.  I can tell you all of my favorites.  

So, for a person like me, there's no walking past a fabric I love without getting at least a quarter of a yard--enough to make a new Cozy.  Such was the case for this pretty purple and gray Cozy.  Isn't it lovely?

This fabric makes me think of pink lemonade.  The damask is elegant, but the colors are fun.  

Beautiful flowers that remind me of my grandma.

Colorful Mary Engelbreit fabric.  Red is my favorite!

And what can be more girly than a pink/purple fabric combination?

Something tells me this is not an addiction I'll soon be getting over...

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