Sunday, July 27, 2014

Sunday Stash

I'm oozing with excitement over these recent additions to my stash!


Cotton and Steel!! Fabricworm sponsored "My Favorite Quilt," the series I recently curated over at Sew Mama Sew, so I was able to pick out some fabrics I love.  Thank you so much, Fabricworm!

 I had trouble narrowing down which basics I wanted (I really want them all and I really want half yards because FQs just aren't enough anymore) but picking out my favorite prints was easy. Overall, I tried to fill in some gaps in my stash (magenta pick, red, coral, green). Can you tell I love blue and Rashida Coleman-Hale's fabrics? :) I clearly couldn't limit myself and had to buy some half yards of Indelible by Katarina Roccella, too. All the fabric I used for Point Me is already gone! :O

Now the Cotton and Steel fabrics are calling to me to make something... maybe a new triangle pillow for my reading nook. Hmm. Also, I've had my eye on that jewel lawn (also from Moonlit by Rashida Coleman-Hale) for literally months, and actually holding it in my hands was a bit surreal (obsessed much?). I want to make a washi top out of it! Speaking of garment sewing...



I also ordered several yards of Pretty Potent and Field Study rayon from QuiltHome for future additions to my wardrobe. Now if I could only decide on a pattern! I know the Pretty Potent will probably be a Cascade skirt, and the Field Study (which I only have 1.5 yards of - all they had left)... well, maybe I can squeeze out another washi top. I've also never made a washi top. Maybe I'm a bit overconfident. :D


Have you been stashing, too?


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8 comments:

  1. Ooooh what pretties!! I can't wait to get my C+S stuff.

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  2. Rashida's collection is my favorite of the new lines - our stash shares today could play nicely together, Jess!

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  3. awesome! Some very nice adds to your stash!

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  4. These fabrics all have such great saturation, and are really calling my name! So glad I can live vicariously through you and your fabric purchases! The C&S blenders are really something else! Congrats on your new purchases!

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  5. Wow, some great fabrics here, lucky you. I love your colour choices.and also your plans for garment making. Good luck with the Washi top.

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  6. I love that Field Study print.

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  7. Great fabrics! I hope you do make a washi top and then tell me all about how it goes :)

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  8. Enjoy! I'm sure you'll share your progress with us.

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