Sunday, January 5, 2014

Sunday Stashin'

So this year I got the best Christmas presents ever. I even told my dad he didn't need to get me anything for Christmas for the next 5 years. HOWEVER, I just couldn't resist buying myself a couple pretties in the last week or two.  A LQS in my area is closing (boo) but I managed to get a few yards of fabric 35% off.  I also stopped into JoAnn's as it was on my way one day traveling and bought a few fat quarters for $.90 each.  
Love those whales, don't you?!


And I ordered a few things from fabricworm...oops (:

A fat quarter bundle of Alison Glass's "Corsage".


A half yard bundle of this Jennifer Paganelli print in several colors.


A fat quart bundle of "Stitch Basics" by Michael Miller.


Some solids of course. Kona Valentine, Parchment, Pepper and Cypress.  As I see this picture and the one above it so close together, I realize, yet again, that I am always {subconsciously} coordinating fabric when I shop.  Even if I have no plans on using it together and I am just trying to flesh out my stash. What a funny creature I am! 


AND, this Glimma Kulia in Rosey Cheeks by Lotta Jansdotter in CANVAS! My plan it to make myself a new lunch bag with this very soon...I love it! I got a whole yard (for a great price!) and I am hoping to have some left over to make some cute little accessories.




And here's my pile of solids; it's hard to see them all as they are tucked in together but I didn't have enough room to fan them all out.  I spent some time getting them all organized and sorting the solids out of my scraps when I started the first 'Classic Meets Modern' block.  You can read more about that here if you haven't already.


Onward and sewforth!

Francesca

Linked with Molli for Sunday Stash.

8 comments:

  1. Such lovely fabric! Thanks for sharing at Molli Sparkles!

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  2. Nice stashing! Your plan for the Glimma print sounds wonderful.

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    1. Thanks, Sheryl! I'm a little nervous as I won't be working from a pattern but I'm excited (:

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  3. Love it all. I really love the Alison Glass prints. I'd love some of those! Lucky you.

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    1. I love them too! I've drooled over them several times before I bit the bullet. Although I nabbed them when fabricworm had their last bundle sale. I LOVE the colors so much. I'll have to try and remember to slip some in the your bee blocks (:

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  4. Great additions to your stash! I had to laugh about the colour coordination you unknowngly do when shopping... ME TOO! I also do this with clothing, it makes life so much easier. Just combine the whole lot! I wish you lots of fun playing with the new fabrics!!!
    Esther

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    1. Thanks Esther! It's so funny. I've noticed myself doing it several times now. At least I'm aware of it and it's always a different color group! Thanks for stopping by!

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