Everything is packaged to protect it from being left in the elements.
I got a couple magazines, a pattern, and best of all.... 4 Moda Jelly Rolls.
They are: Primitive Muslin by Primitive Gatherings, Antique Fair by Blackbird Design, Faith Collections for a Cause, and Perennials by Kansas Troubles. (I've never met a Kansas Troubles fabric I didn't like.)
I've only purchased one jelly roll before and it's still in a project box waiting for it's day. What I like about them is that you get a little bit of each fabric in a line. Usually, I'll find a fabric line I like then try to chose a quilt pattern that enhances the fabrics and buy just the few fabrics needed for that quilt. I don't tend to just buy cuts of fabric 'just because'. I'm afraid that when I do want to use it I won't have enough or won't have a matching fabrics, or something like that.
First I plan to pair up the muslins with one of the other fabric lines and make this postage stamp quilt that Rachel made on her blog . Then, since I was shopping for Jelly Rolls and wanted more, I will see what looks good in this book.
Oh, so much for my stay at home day yesterday. I wasn't even away from the computer after posting that post when I got a phone call asking me to run some paperwork over to the school. So, why not go to the grocery store since I'm out anyway..... and the day went from there.