So, it’s stash week 6 already, and things were pretty even this week. That’s a good thing since quite a bit of fabric came in. First, though, some sneak peeks of my Strawberry Fields sewing this week. I’m happy to say I finished this quilt top, and it will be heading to Joanna! It was a really fun pattern with perfectly delicious fabrics…a perfect combination–hope to share more on this soon!
Just a little bit of the 10 ⅜ yards that came in…some charm squares of Tidbits, yardage of It’s a Hoot for binding and a jelly roll of Pom Pom de Paris. Some other wonderful fabrics came in that I’ll be sharing in my next post.
Since I finished this quilt top and the Strawberry Fields quilt top I had 10 ½ yards “busted this week.” I used ⅛ yard more than came in…even small progress is progress! Year to date totals are: 50 ⅛ in, 45 ⅞ out with just 4 ¼ actually added to my stash.
I’ll be back soon with some wonderful fabric, including some to share!
You go girl! You are an inspiration to the rest of us!
Great job on the stash busting 😉 I die for that Pom Pom de Paris. So pretty!
Vickie E says
How fun to use Strawberry Fields!
Magnolia Bay Quilts says
4 1/4 — not bad! Strawberry Fields looks like such a sweet collection.
Quilt Hollow says
Yummy….looks wonderful and I do love to peek.
I love seeing the fabric collections lined up. I looked at the Strawberry Fields pictures. That strawberry red is really pretty. Believe it or not my top goal is to buy yardage of a whole collection just to put on my shelf and admire for a while. Quilting ladies (and men)take stashing to a whole new level compared to just sewers!
I love those little sneak peeks you are giving us!
Jan Marie says
I am crazy about that fabric. Can't wait to see the quilts.
Mama Pea says
You are amazing! I wouldn't be able to keep up with that much coming in (I mean I DON'T keep up with how much comes in at my house! haha).
Simone de Klerk says
I love the gingham you used in your sneak peek! Perfect fit.
yay for a bust of any kind! I sewed this week, but nothing I can count. I'm loving Strawberry Fields… I always look forward to Fig Tree fabrics, but this one I'm PARTICULARLY fond of…
I was contemplating submitting a Moda Bakeshop project in Strawberry Fields. It's such pretty fabric. I can't wait to see all the sewing I am sure you are doing for market.