This is probably my last Sunday Stash for awhile. I feel that I'm amassing more fabric than I know what to do with! I've "challenged" myself to not buy any more print fabrics. Solids only as needed. I'm even going to (try) to restrain myself from vintage sheet buying. I have waaayy too many at the present time. That being said, here's my latest fabric haul.
Chevrons! As soon as I saw this little bundle it went straight into my cart. These chevrons are by Riley Blake and I think they are just fantastic, although I am surprised there isn't a purple. I purchased my bundle from Westwood Acres on Etsy.
Next, I finally received the rest of my Flea Market Fancy fat quarter bundle from The Intrepid Thread. They've got a new shop in addition to their Etsy shop.
Continuing with my Denyse Schmidt fabric obsession, I purchased a bunch of prints of her Hope Valley line from Hawthorne Threads I've been looking at these prints over the past month or so and I finally bit the bullet. I can't say I'm as thrilled with this in person as compared to what it looked like online. The tones are quite a bit more muted than what I was expecting. Not sure what I'll use this for yet.
I found some of this Dear Stella fabric in the sale section at Hawthorne Threads. I thinking I could use it with my Promenade to make a particular quilt I have in mind, but I have not checked to see if they are compatible yet. Even if not, it's sweet and will go with sometning.
Also from Hawthorne Threads, a few miscellaneous prints. Left to right Michael Miller, Garden Daisy (not from Hawthorne),Michael Miller, Put a Lid on It in Charcoal, Daiwabo Tip Top Canvas Hippos in Yellow, Daiwabo Bitty Berries in Pink, Daiwabo Tiny Flowers in Buttercup.
Then there's this Valerie Wells Marrakech print. I had no idea that the elephants were as big as they are. Somehow I never noticed a scale ruler or something. So if you're thinking of getting this and did not know either, be forewarned!
And finally, I finished buying the needed fabrics for my husband's quilt. Being a car enthusiast, particularly classic muscle cars, a car quilt is the only way to go. I got most of these from Fabric Paradise, the others are from various Etsy shops.
Now, I should really be set for awhile with fabric, right?? Sure....:)