Thursday, November 4, 2010

I need your help!

I have come to the point in my stitching of A Gardeners Journal that I am planning my borders and bindings...a bit exciting, huh? I have run into a little problem though.

The fabrics I've been using are mostly Nicey Jane by Heather Bailey...but of course, the fabric I'd like to use for my border is not Nicey Jane. And, of course, I have no selvedge left to identify it. Can you help? Do you know who makes the gorgeous olive green polkadot fabric pictured in the block above? If you could help me out, I'd be ever so grateful :)

I could go back to the shop where I purchased the fabric...but it's a long way to go if they don't have any left :(

Thanks in advance!!!

TTFN xxx

P.S. The stitchery above is called "Birds in the Tree"...only one stitchery to go on a Gardeners Journal!

6 comments:

Cardygirl said...

No idea of the fabric...but it does look great!

Linda said...

as you would have guessed already i dont have a clue, but GOODLUCK, i am sure someone knows or may even have some that they are willing to part with.
xx

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

It is looking fabulous Susan! Hope you can track down the fabric. You could always email the store to see what it is called and if they have it in stock.

Tracey said...

Hey Susan,
Did you get it from the shop in Basso I am going there tomorrow if you want me to check it out.
love me :-)

Hope said...

It looks like a Michael Miller ta dot, maybe in lime... Just a guess, hard to tell colours on the computer from different sources etc... The polka dots look the same as the ta dot minnie I got a little while ago. Here is where I got mine, but linked to the green.

Kris Meares - Tag Along Teddies said...

Hey Susan! Just popped in to say thanks for your lovely comments on the Stitch-A-Long blog on my last post! :0) Love how your blocks are coming together too - everyone's quilt is looking so different, but all fabulous! Sorry can't help with your dotty fabric, though it is rather scrumptious. Have fun browsing to find it ... who knows ... more fabric might 'follow you home'! Tee! Hee! Hee! Bear Hugs! KRIS