Okay. Okay, for real, after next week if I show up with NEW fabric to show on a Sunday Stash, somebody needs to slap my fingers. Maybe break my credit card in half. If I haven’t broken it already by using it too much.
It’s just… it’s just that Pink Castle fabrics had a 30% off sale, and that’s a big enough sale that even though I paid $60 in shipping for everything you’re about to see, it STILL was reasonably priced. (Damn those USPS shipping rates to Canada.)
Twenty fat quarters of Sketch from Timeless Treasures. Love these for blenders, so this wasn’t a hard choice.
Some flannel for quilt backs – the birds are from Free Spirit fabrics and the dots are from Robert Kaufman.
A blogger bundle called Electric Sheep, put together by Brenda at Just a Bit Frayed. LOVE the colours. Gorgeous mix of colours/fabrics.
Scrap packs. I love picking up scrap packs, but I have to admit I’m not the hugest fan of these. There are a couple bits I like, but not enough to make it worth the purchase. Oh well, they’ll get used eventually! (The Bonnie and Camille fabrics will probably wind up as binding on a quilt I’m working on. There are other good bits too, just… not enough, you know?)
Violet Craft’s Iris colour-way from Waterfront Park. So lovely.
Three randomish half yards. I was too late to get a bundle of the Sun Print feathers, so I picked up a couple random ones. I’d asked for Indigo and the pink (Magenta?), but they sold out of the Indigo so I said just to include whatever they had from that line in its place, and that’s where the green came from. Love it anyway, it kind of fits in with some of the other fabrics I bought this go around. The Real Humanity fabric is a sparkly one from Kokka.
I didn’t know it was glitter fabric when I bought it and I’ll be honest, I don’t really know if I’ll wind up using it after all. I’m always wary of glitter fabrics – how will they wash up, how will it interact with an iron, etc. It makes me think of Molli Sparkles a bit though 😀
Linking up to Sunday Stash with Finding Fifth.