Sunday, March 13, 2016

Sunday Stash - Free Fabric

Sunday Stash is being guest hosted by my friend Jenn @ A Quarter Inch from the Edge.


I participated in the Craftsy Sweetens Up My Quilting Life Blog Hop hosted by Musing of a Menopausal Melon and Pink Doxies back in February.  Here is the blog hop schedule in case you missed it.

We received some wonderful fabric from Sandra and Julie as a thank you.  Fabric in the mail is great, but free fabric in the mail is even better!  Especially when it's so unexpected.

Julie has been hand-dying fabrics, so she sent some fat eighths of her wonderful creations.  I wish I could say that the button does apply to me, but I'm trying to reduce my stash.



Sandra put together the black and pink collection....hearts because she loves us...well, I least I thinks she does....

The charm pack was a joint effort and includes fabrics from designers such as April Cornell, Sandy Gervais, Aneela Hoovey, Tula Pink, MoMo, and Phillip Jacob.  It's a good thing Sandra and Julie shared that information because I don't pay attention to things like that.  And I only know the name Tula Pink.



Thanks, Sandra and Julie.  I don' know what I'll be making, but it will be something that I can use to remind me of both of you.




9 comments:

  1. Agreed. Free fabrics are awesome. As are one of a kind, hand dyed ones. Thanks for linking up with Sunday Stash!

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  2. Your quote is perfect for the friendships we make through the online community. Enjoy the fabric

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  3. Those hand dyes are beautiful! What a great addition to one's stash at any cost, but to be gifted, that's wonderful!

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  4. Wow! Those are fabulous fabrics, especially the hand-dyed ones!

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  5. I love the button they sent you :) Great stash additions for sure.

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  6. Free fabric is always such a wonderful treat. Congratulations!

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