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Saturday, 15 September 2012

From K - Stocking up my Stash (2nd edition)

The hubs and I are officially back from our vacation. We spent the last three weeks in Spain and Morocco, looking at this....


And this....


Oh and spending some time doing this....


Ahhh vacation. While I'm reticent to be home and back to the daily grind of work, laundry and social engagements, I am pleased that at least I came home to the sight of this....


Talk about a glorious fabric haul! Am I right, or am I right?! The unexpected sales flier for a local fabric store and a free starbucks coffee card wasn't a bad addition to my mailbox either ;)

A couple of weeks ago I mentioned my new found love and adoration for Tula Pink's The Birds and The Bees fabric line. Obviously three charm packs wasn't enough to satisfy my desires because a fat quarter bundle of the entire line just showed up on my door step, ordered from The Intrepid Thread. Did I mention it was listed at a great price and I got it for 10% off? Bonus!


I have been really interested at Kate Spain's new line Cuzco so I picked up three charm packs from Bloomerie Fabrics and I'm already looking forward to cutting into them. 


I have been drooling over the Summerville Coal prints for some time, so I couldn't help but toss a few fat quarters into my Bloomerie Shopping cart too. And while I was at it, I threw in some half yards of Hello Pilgrim Jewels, and Kids Dots n' Square in Lime.


From Pink Castle Fabric I ordered an assortment of fabrics including Living Lattice in Black and White; Raindrops in Rain, Water and Petal; and lastly some Foxlets (so cute!). I also picked up a spoil of the ever coveted Aurifil thread to give it a whirl.


My last bundle is one that has me excited. Last month I joined the Pink Castle Fabrics Stash Stack Club. This is the August half stack and I'm pretty impressed with what showed up in the mail this month.


Fall is my favorite season, and also the time of year I sew the most. I foresee these fabrics being put to good use in the near future. What fabric has you excited to sew?

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