Sunday StashFor a month when I haven't been shopping, I have quite a few goodies to share in today's Sunday Stash!
I knew I had some Charley Harper fat quarters, somewhere! So when I saw the yardage on clearance at Fabricworm, I bought two prints for borders. And guess what? I found the fat quarters without hardly digging at all!
I think this line is just the best for baby quilts!
And there are several new "future IBMers" on the horizon this month, so I need to get stitching!
I love "text prints," don't you? And what's even better than a text print? A text print in French!
One can never have too many neutrals, right? And with Bonnie Hunter's 2014 Mystery Quilt coming up, I didn't resist this bundle of Kim Diehl's Butter Churn Basics!
Quilts of Valor quilt for July, so I scooped this one up almost before Sonya had it added to the computer!
After Instagramming new Kona Cotton colors for 32 days, I didn't win the giveaway of the FQ tower. So I bought one for myself!
Speaking of Kona Cottons, Ruth's Stitchery will be doing Aviatrix for a block party next year. And Cathy has ordered the Kona Cotton bundle that goes with this pattern. Squeee!
Image from Elizabeth Hartman's blog.
De-StashSo what's on the table for the last de-stash (at least until I begin the end-of-year sewing room clear out!)?
How about some more batiks? It's not that I don't love batiks, it's just that these aren't big enough to be quilt backs, and the print is too big for my style of quilting! So someone gets to add them to her stash!
There are 2.5 yards each of these two tealy-greeny prints:
And two yards of the purple-pink-fuchsia:
They're yours for the cost of postage. All three pieces will fit in a medium size flat rate box, postage $12.65 US (probably about $25US to international address.)
All you have to do is comment on this blog post with your PayPal email address and your zip code. The first reader who responds with both, gets the stash!
Finally, tomorrow I get to share my Crimson and Clover bag I test-sewed for Sew Sweetness. You're gonna love it -- come back and see!
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