Sunday, February 2, 2014

Sunday Stashin' #4

Hey all-

I decided to do another installment of Sunday Stashin' as I have some new fabric to show off.  I bought a few things recently at JoAnn's and got an order of solids from FabricWorm.

On the left is a pull for some small project. Love the tan with the white flowers and bees.  The fat quarters coordinate nicely.  The white/print in the middle is cloud9 organic.  It has little grey kitties frolicking in a meadow of flowers. I LOVE it.  The rest are some gorgeous solids!  Across: Kona silver, storm, celestial, water, pool, cactus, crocus, azalea, and pomegranate.  The purple and pink at the top are larger cuts of JoAnn's "kona" solids.  Useful for making the backs of throw pillow, etc.  I believe they are orchid and pomegranate.

Solids, I loves them.

And here's something I'm working on for a throw pillow.  This is Amanda Jean Nyberg's method for making zig-zags with out making HSTs.  It's done with WOF strips cut in to units and sewn back together.  It's pretty cool.  I've been wanting to do something with dark blue and chartreuse for a long time.  This is kona storm and cactus.  The combination is not exactly what I was looking for but it's a pillow for someone else so I'm letting it go (:

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  1. Oh the Konas! That stack of fabric makes me weak! I can't imagine adding quite so much to my stash at once!

    1. It does seem like a lot, but they are mostly 1/2 cuts. I love color!

  2. Yowza! That is a nice stack of solids!

  3. Solids are always a great stash addition. I had mine out this weekend giving them a good pet! You can never have enough, can you?

    1. Also, wasn't sure if you knew you have word verification turned on?


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