Ok, technically today is not Mother's Day. At least, not the "official" day.
But it might as well have been, because I had a tremendous treat.
For Mother's Day, hubby and munchkin gave me cards and chocolate. Better yet, he also told me he'd ordered the ruffler foot attachment for my sewing machine. Oh, and here's $50 to blow on fabric. And I thought he wasn't paying attention! Apparently, after I came back Saturday morning from a (cancelled) sewing class at our local sewing machine shop, he and the munchkin went back and placed the order for the attachment (after hearing me talk about it for "at least two months").
But, this being Kansas, no fabric stores are open on Sunday. And he had to work late yesterday.
Today, I ran out of the school, jumped in my car, and drove 20 minutes north to this wonderful, wonderful quilt store, the Button Hole in McPherson, KS. Seventh heaven...aisles of fabric, patterns, notions, and a coffee shop attached! I didn't know where to start. But we do have a rodeo coming up this weekend, so my first priority was finding an appropriate western shirt pattern and fabric for the munchkin. The pattern I chose is the Kwik Sew 3146.
And to think, this place has been here all along...