I happened a upon a craft fair and bought pot holders and tea towels for Mother's day presents.
She was a quilter and displayed watercolor quilts something I never had the patience to do. Friends told us not to miss shopping at the Ikea store. So we ventured into the land of European design. I had no idea how large the store was. It took us a good 5 minutes to walk from the parking lot to the entrance and we were not inside the building yet! Inside we strolled for at least 3 hours before stopping for lunch at the store cafeteria.
I had chicken salad and some great brambleberry juice. I even found their fabric section. It was self serve and yes, I was honest as to how many yards I cut and labeled. Here's some of the fabric. It will be great for household sewing and bags, I'm not sure I would use it for quilts. But at $3.50 a yard I couldn't resist. This is the last day in Seattle and we must head over the mountains in tomorrow's blog. I'll miss shopping in Bellevue.