Although this post will look like I've done nothing but shop this month, most of the "stash enhancement" is from Christmas.
I have so many photos to share, I think I'll only show the fabric this week. Next Sunday, I'll show off the patterns.
One of my Christmas-prezzies-to-myself was this fat quarter bundle from Minnick & Simpson, "Crazy for Red." I bought it thinking I would use some of it for my "A Quilt Block a Day" challenge. But it's so pretty, I can't bear to untie the ribbon!
Remember how I added the Tula Pink mystery to my 2016 UFO list? I was thrilled to find this Tula wide back in coral and pink. I love it so much, I've left it on the cutting table to admire!
My family home is in Melba, Idaho. Emma Jean Jansen designed the "Melba" collection for ella blue.
Emma Jean is an Australian designer, but we have these black-and-white Magpies in Idaho, too!
On my return from the last post-holiday airport run, I stopped off at Sew-Ciety in Castle Rock. It was hard, but I limited myself to this "Canyon" by Kate Spain charm pack:
and Amy Ellis's "Chic Neutrals" layer cake. Dona at Ruth's Stitchery made a sample quilt this month using the "City Blocks" pattern. I think it will be perfect for this layer cake!
Included in my Andover fabric for Lovebug Studios' "Dear Laura" mystery, I scored this "Fresh Cut" charm pack from BasicGrey. My favorite line of blenders! Westwood Acres Fabric offered a "mystery charm pack," so I didn't resist!
Today is "Staff Sew-in Day" at the shop. I'm determined to finish my January UFO! What are you sewing today?
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