Tuesday, 15 November 2011

Stash builder...

While others are busy using their stash, I am trying to build one. Look what the nice Mr. Postman brought for me today.

Freshsqueezedfabrics had an Heirloom sale last week and I couldn't resist. This is the second time shopping at Randy's Etsy shop and I have to say its brilliant service. Not only does she provide a customer service extraordinaire. She also wraps the fabric so well that you can't see it has travelled half way around the world. And thank goodness for that. One of the boxes it came in was wet (from rain?) and almost falling apart. Someone had taped it well but I was still anxious if the fabric would have been discolored and wet. I am happy to say that it was perfect - each set carefully wrapped in plastic bags.
Well,  in the shop there was some other must have's besides the Citrine Heirloom:

Heirloom Sapphire - FQ's and some yards

Blue and red scraps (most are larger than a FQ):

Some yardage - love the blue one:

Green fabrics - again most of these are larger than a FQ so there's a lot of fabric in this pile

And of course the fabric that I blame caused the whole thing - 2 Citrine Heirloom FQ bundle's and some yardage. Half of it will be wrapped for someone special as a Christmas present and half will be saved for a future project.


  1. They are all beautiful, but the last stack is definitely the best (in my opinion).

  2. oh wow - there's a lot of fun to be had with this little lot!

  3. Oh, you seem to be building a great stack! Love the Heirloom Saphire!

  4. Yummy! Wish I had some spare change to do some stash building. I am under strict orders to reduce my stash before I can add to it though, LOL! Love the progress on your circle quilt.

  5. Thats very exciting, stash building is wonderful! I need to do some of it myself

  6. So pretty! Randi is my favorite online fabric supplier. :)