Denver souvenirs

I was in Denver, Colorado, last week for the American Chemical Society National Meeting.

Here are my souvenirs. No snow domes, T shirts or baseball caps for me.

What better souvenir is there than fabric? (..well perhaps diamonds might cut it..)

These lovely cottons are going to make great sun dresses, even the one that He Who Cooks thinks looks like a shower curtain…

I found them at Fabric Bliss, a shop and studio combination in the Santa Fe Arts District of Denver. It is close enough to Downtown to get to with a quick tram ride and a short walk, unlike so many other fabric stores in the US that require a car. The fabric selection was small and geared towards crafting and quilting but the range was very nice. If you want to, you can sit down at a machine and sew the fabric you have just bought after cutting it out in the studio. They will even take professional photos of your creations. With facilities like this there is really no excuse to stop sewing and blogging about sewing, even when you are far from home…

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5 Responses to Denver souvenirs

  1. Gail says:

    Worthy souvenirs indeed.

  2. Lakaribane says:

    I love the fabrics on the left on each row, too cute!

  3. Rosy says:

    Beautiful memories of your trip to Denver! …. Do who needs caps??

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