I've been using these stay-inside days for working on the recycled clothing quilts I am making for my friend, and they will be done in a couple of days. I'll post some pictures when they are.
Friday I took my twin daughters down to Monmouth, Oregon to Western Oregon University. They think that is where they want to go to college in about 15 short months, so we met with advising in both of the majors that they are interested in. On the way back we went through Independence, Oregon. What a cool town! It's small, but has so many vintage homes, a great antique store, and even my daughters loved this awesome fabric/quilt store.
Ladies of Liberty Mercantile was decorated so charmingly, the owner was so friendly, and they had lots of fabrics that you don't find at your average fabric store! I love Civil War prints, and they had tons of them, and even better yet for those who can't, unfortunately, visit their store in person, you can place an order on their website! Be sure to check it out! It was a perfect time to visit Independence, Oregon, and this very Americana fabric store so close to the 4th of July!
Happy Independence Day!