Sunday, 27 May 2012

Been shopping...

If DH asks this was a real bargain, too good to pass, and very, very cheap  ;) 

I got a lot from Pink Castle and also some wonderful fq's a from the new Fluffy Sheep shop, who carries some lovely fabrics otherwise hard to come by.

My new favourite fabric - Salt Air by Cosmo Cricket for Moda. I got a fat eight pack and some half yards to supplement. The green one at the bottom is one yard of Lodge Lattice in Azure Deer Valley by Joel Dewberry. It's really for my stash - just sneaked into the wrong picture:

27 FQs Summersville by Lu Summers - it's pure eye-candy

Full Hometown Fat Quarter Bundle by Sweetwater - that a whoopin' 38 fq's!

A jelly roll for a Christmas project - Joy by Kate Spain:

QuiltCon Block Contest Print Bundle - 10 fabulous Fat Quarters. It has some of my favourite prints in it and some really great supplements. So cleverly put together:

Some half yard stash building
  • Joel Dewberry's Modern Meadow Dogwood Bloom in Lake Blue
  • Headliner Newspaper Black and White
  • Waves in Ocean - Salt Air by Cosmo Cricket for Moda Fabrics
  • Curated Bloom in Patina Green Floral (louLOUthi by Anna Maria Horner)

And finally some fq loveliness from Fluffy Sheep Quilting shop:


  1. Dear Mr. Live, Love, Quilt~

    These happy stacks of beautiful fabrics are necessary items to keep the missus creative, happy, and fulfilled. Totally worth it.

  2. can't wait to see your projects with the Salt Air fabric! Great choices!

  3. Oh wow! What eye candy! You're going to have a fabulous time stitching :)

  4. Wow, that looks too good! I'm happy for you to have all those beauties - enjoy and have fun! x Teje

  5. I managed to find a Layer cake of hometown... still deciding what to do with it, but just glad I've got a little bit of the whole range before it disappears. The other option was to buy a big fat quarter pack - but talked myself out of it. I'll look forward to seeing what you do with yours!

  6. Sorry, I'm behind reading blogs; it's been so hot, I couldn't do much. But I love your new fabrics: what a ginormous amount!
    I'm sure you're full of plans now.