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That's what we offer at the Snapdragon Inn. Join us for a  relaxing getaway and explore the Upper Valley of Vermont and New Hampshire. 

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Oh Fabric Perfection!

The Snapdragon Inn

In preparation for the trip to India, we are working hard to be as organized as possible - so I show up knowing what the fashizzle we are doing and don't waste our friend's precious time! Back in April, McKay, K80, Chelle, and I randomly found Martin's House of Cloth in Bedford, NH and were thrilled by the selection and price of the upholstery weight fabric.

We got this entire roll (15 yards) of heavy cotton for $3.50 Yard! It is perfect!

K80, lil S, and I went back down on Friday to get some swatches of colors we liked that I could take to India and found the store having a 30-60% off sale! They are consolidating to one floor (sad) but we SCORED! I snapped some pix and then we went to Panera to partake of their Free WIFI and some yummy eats so that we could chat with McKay and N8 and show the finds. We were all in agreement and went back and to buy.


Swatches from the goods we purchased and our palette. They excite me to no end.

We are on a SERIOUS budget but came out with some incredible deals and fabrics that fit right into our color palette; it is amazing how well they fit in! Textures, Stripes, Florals, Geometrics, Velvets, Cottons, and Silks! Blog Reader, Rachel H, gave some excellent advise about looking for fabrics and was spot on. It is easier to find the fabric and fit the palette around it but we were lucky enough to find affordable fabrics in our palette. She has done some awesome work with fabrics herself!

Lil S was so patient with us in a big fabric store with so many little nooks to hide in and rolls of fabric to climb. Luckily by the time we went back to buy she was out and we balanced her on the fabric while we lugged the heavy bolts of fabric to the front. Just another example of how the kids are coping with this project that their crazy family is working on! But the stories and pictures will be priceless.



--Chris