A few weeks ago, I happened to run in to Joann Fabrics to pick up elastic for some teeny tiny pants (Anna Maria Horner's quick change trousers to be exact) in the making. Heading past the fabric I usually don't peek at (I don't always love the fabric at Joanns) I saw the most lovely collection of prints and was tempted to pick up a bit of each. I told myself I was there to buy elastic and a bit of backing fabric, but I did pick up that beautiful orange floral pattern. Certainly not fabric for a baby, especially one whose gender will be a surprise, but some of that lovely orange fell into my cart and the rest of the prints stayed in the back of my mind. Really small detailed prints, perfect for small patchwork projects and those times when one needs a near solid. The larger scaled prints, like my favorite orange one, perfect for garments and a staple dress or two. I was surprised to hear that the prints are from the talented Juliana Horner, daughter of another favorite designer around these parts. The prints are really lovely, and today I picked up a little bit of each. They must be a quilt, they look so beautiful together. And that orange print... still going to be a dress, just the minute I get around to it. Yay for lovely finds and new designs, can't wait to see what Juliana designs next... and bravo to Joanns for giving new life to their quilting section, these are simply lovely. Happy Friday everyone!