My pretties!

Well I was going skip pulling my stash out to share but somehow it got all tousled around and needed some love. I think that this is a good way for me to get a handle on some of these projects too! See what I really have to work on.

Okay here it goes…

First we have my brothers quilt. I have everything to make it. I hope to have it done for either his birthday or Christmas. Those dates are only a month apart. You have random prints that I picked out to go with the boy toys race car print. I am making the Orbit quilt with these.


Here is what you have when you buy twice as many Posy charm packs as you need. I was originally going to make Miss E a Dutch pinwheel quilt then quickly discovered I bought too much or should I say my Husband bought me too much for Valentines day… So she got her Inside Out quilt for now and the Dutch Pinwheel will happen one day.


I was super lucky to win this jelly roll of Simply Color. I have big plans to make this. I think it will be an awesome quilt for up in the kids play room. The turquoise is a vintage print I found in my moms workroom. It might be enough for backing.


You know how I said I had the best brother ever well it is true because he also bought me a six 1/2 yard cuts of Amy Butler Alchemy! I love it. It will turn into a pretty quilt one day. There are also some Cameo prints in there plus a couple other Amy Butlers.


I am coming to realize I like pretty fabrics. Next up is my Mothers Day present. I have big plans to turn this stack of Bijoux FQs by Bari J into the Bangles quilt from hand quilted with love book.


This is the bundle I will have the hardest time cutting into. I love it. LOVE it! My Joel Dewberry Notting Hill FQ bundle plus backing. My husband actually order fabric online for me last Christmas. Oh how I love him! I am planning a Swoon quilt I need to collect a few more fat quarters.


Next is my stack of Indian Summer. My awesome Australian quilting friend Brie aka littlecreatable and I are exchanging X-plus quilt tops. There are also some 1/2 yard cuts of random prints I picked to go with it.


I would like to say that is all but I somehow still have a stack of 1/2 yard cuts… the top two are for my super tote!


And plus this stack of large scraps… Although I have made something out of all of those fabrics and they will be used!


Lastly there is another FQ stack of Savannah Bop I have to make a baby quilt with and some random FQs


It all fits in one bin except my brothers quilt that is in the black bin on top and my little scraps… that is different.

Oh I forgot about my charm packs that I have in a different box. I have two Architextures that I won from Laura over at littleandlots and two Cuzco charm packs from Christmas.


All packed up and ready to move! Then I need to unpack and get sewing!!!!

Linking to Sarah quilts


DeborahGun said...
August 8, 2013 at 12:16 AM

wow - what an awesome fabric collection :-)

Anonymous said...
August 8, 2013 at 4:03 AM

WOW. You have a great collection! I like how you keep your "not quite WIPs" in stacks. That's smart. They're all ready to go when inspiration strikes!

Thank you so much for participating. This is so fun and it's definitely telling me I'm normal. :) In fact, I think I need to go shopping....

Barb said...
August 8, 2013 at 6:32 AM

Thanks for sharing your beautiful fabric! I'm ashamed to say that when we moved last year, it took more that 2 totes to move my fabric. Not to mention all of the notions! Good luck with your move.

Liz said...
August 8, 2013 at 7:57 AM

wow I'm impressed that those all fit into one tote! Such pretty bundles :)

Anonymous said...
August 8, 2013 at 12:33 PM

I want your fabric!!!

Ashley @ WasntQuiltInADay said...
August 8, 2013 at 2:46 PM

i will take all of that!!!!!

Laura C @ littleandlots said...
August 8, 2013 at 6:12 PM

You have gorgeous, gorgeous stuff! I desperately want you to do that Moda Bake Shop quilt in the Simply Color so I can see how it turns out, and so I can see more of that turquoise vintage fabric. (The pattern actually reminds me of Bangles--I think we are both drawn to those graphic circular repeating elements these days.)

Julie said...
August 10, 2013 at 8:00 PM

Wouldn't I love to have access to your stash. I love Notting Hill and Simply Color. Have you seen This Notting Hill Swoon:

All the best for the move

Adrianne @ On the Windy Side said...
August 13, 2013 at 1:06 AM

Oooh you've got lots and lots of lovely fabrics in that bin! Thanks for sharing!

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