Unfortunately I don't have a Kaffe Fassett quilt to show you... but I do have lots of color! I was doing a little school supply browsing today and decided to pick up my annual stash of Halloween treats. My kids have food allergies so we don't hand out candy since there really isn't much they can eat, but rather pass out crayons. At 25 cents apiece per child (when I first started they were only 10 cents each) it has to be comparable to candy, particularly if you're the generous kind that does all the fancy bags and such. I acknowledge this is not at all quilting related, but it's one of those things that I actually felt pretty clever for thinking of and decided to share. I even get enough to hand out for either a birthday or holiday party favor at my sons' classrooms.
Something I did find today at Officemax that any quilter could use are these graph paper filled composition notebooks. I could have used a few pages of one of these when I made so many drafts of my zigzag quilt!
I found a free tutorial/pattern to make a quilted cover for the composition notebooks at Better Homes & Gardens' All People Quilt website Each quarter they have a challenge and this quarter it is this notebook cover, so click here to get their pattern.
Lastly, if you haven't entered my honeybun giveaway, click here, you have another day and a half to enter. It's been fun to see all the entries and check out your blogs!