i did it!

I went ahead and finally ordered a pre-sale of copy of Rowling's 7th book in the series Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

I was going to order the book store in person, but at $ 38 a copy I opted for online ordering which was almost half price. Since I saved myself some cash I thought I would reward my frugal-ness by picking up a few other books. How exactly does that work I am not sure but it was fun. Soon I shall be the proud owner of...


I can't wait to view the embroidery images in this book. Everything looks so whimsical and upbeat. For more Jenny Hart visit her website.


Denyse, Denyse, Denyse...I've been meaning to order this book for a while now. Even her fabric is wonderful.


I can't say enough about her latest line but you can pick it up at purlsoho. It is so very remiscent of feedsack & vintage prints which I love.


I don't know about you, but I can hardly think of my childhood reading without picturing this book in my mind. We have rented it from the library on occasion, but really this home needs to own a copy. After all we are house of many children, so it is precisely the perfect title for us..."where the wild things are". 


  1. The quilt I'm making for my SIL will be the window pattern (I'm not too sure if that's the correct way of saying it, but I'll show it off once I finish it). She's due Aug. 24th, so I have to get a move on!

  2. NO way-is that really what your copy of the book looks like? The American version is WAY different!

  3. They all look great - I'm itching to get my hands on that 7th Harry Potter. I will be extremely upset if someone tells me the end before I get to it. 'Where The Wild Things Are' is one of my favourite books of all time - I use it at school a lot.


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