I chose half yards of colors that I lack in my stash (those top left blues and greens - swoon!). I bought one yard each of the top green and white on white. I'm not using them for any specific project yet.
The three on the left, bottom row are extra purchases I used to round out my gift card money: Knotty in Grape from Macrame by Rashida Coleman-Hale (so me), Pearl Bracelets in Anchor by Lizzy House (a re-buy - color I love), and Austen Text in Black from Ardently Austen by the Quilted Fish (Pride and Prejudice is my favorite book, so this addition to my low volume stash was a must!!).
Carolyn Friedlander's designs and fabrics speak to me. Her tone on tone fabrics, which seem like solids but are more intricate up close, have played a huge role in my quilt-making. "Home," for example (shown above), looks like solids from afar, but really, up close, it's a lot of Carolyn Friedlander fabric. Those of you going to QuiltCon will be able to see that! Please send me a picture. :)
Also, I had a delivery of gorgeous solids from Northcott Fabrics. This will be a bit of secret sewing to be revealed in February. Their solids are super soft, and I love the range of hues available from the Colorworks Premium Solids 9000.
Cheers to a sewing and stash-filled Sunday!
Linking up to Sunday Stash @ Molli Sparkles.
P.S. My sister just went back to college and I'm sad. However, we commemorated the end of winter break by conducting an interview about sewing on Periscope. Check it out below!