Sunday, June 28, 2015

Sunday Stash #1

What??!!   If I have no place to sew at least I can buy fabric to be ready when I do have a sewing room again.

During this sewing interlude, I have added some particularly special fabric to my modest stash.  After seeing the new holiday line from Cotton + Steel at QuiltCon, I knew it was just a matter of time.  

The snow globes are beyond adorable.

Knowing that I MUST make new quilts for the renovated house in New Hampshire, it wasn't much of a creative stretch to select Denyse Schmidt's Franklin collection as the focal fabric for one bedroom.  This line was inspired by small town libraries in New England.

Generally not a "joiner," I could not resist the Modern Fat Quarter Club membership sponsored by the Fat Quarter Shop.

I have to say I love all three of the bundles received to date.  Morning Walk by Leah Duncan.

Black & White by Cotton + Steel.

True Colors by Tula Pink (to add to my respectable Tula collection).

And finally, I picked up this little happy bundle of Cotton + Steel fat quarters at my local fabric store when shopping for binding to finish (again...what??) a little quilt.
I can confirm there really is something to purchasing fabric as therapy.  Everything in moderation!

Linking up with Molli's Sunday Stash party!


  1. That is some awesome stashing! All gorgeous, Franklin is the perfect choice and I adore that Christmas washi fabric!

  2. Fabulous stash.Have fun playing with them!

  3. Oh yes, yes, to fabric therapy... Love that lion fabric in the pile from your LQS. And one can never have too much Tula. :-)

  4. If you can't make it for a while, stash it! That's a super stash and I look forward to when you get round to using it.
    Hope your move is going well.

  5. I hadn't seen the Cotton and Steel Christmas line. Adorable. That may be a must-have.

  6. I too fell in love with the Cotton and Steel Xmas fabric. It is just so cute. Have a fat quarter bundle ready to make into a Christmas quilt.

  7. That is the most logical solution, no sewing room get stocked for when you can sew again! Hopefully that's soon! Tell the plumber no toilets sewing room takes priority!

  8. wow!! I can't wait to see what you make from all those goodies!! So fun!!

  9. good therapy inded....and boy will you have some pretty fabric to create with in that new sewing room!


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