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Feb 10

A Box of Goodies!

Several Twitter friends were ordering 12 Pound Fabric Grab Bags from the Fat Quarter Shop because they were on sale. (They still are as I write this, just in case you want to jump in with us.) I had to order something from them anyway, so…. (Lots of pictures follow!) I’ve sort of grouped them into strange categories for you.

First we have some geometric types of patterns.

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Here are some batiks!IMG_1166

Some gold highlighted peacock colored fabric and some of my beloved Fairy Frost!IMG_1167

Two Stonehenge fabrics and a little bit of border fabric.IMG_1168

Various holiday fabrics.IMG_1170

A little Laurel Burch fabric – even the black is cheerful.IMG_1171

A trio of small pattern fabrics, not quite Civil War colors.IMG_1172

Kind of grunge style fabrics.IMG_1173

Tone on tones.IMG_1174

Stripes.IMG_1175

Monkeys!!!!! (Including some sock monkeys.)IMG_1176

Star WarsIMG_1177

Two flannels.IMG_1178

Checkers of various styles.IMG_1179

Novelty fabrics.IMG_1180

Many kinds of dots.IMG_1182

Cute little patttern pairs.IMG_1183

I call these flower dots for obvious reasons.IMG_1184

Corn.

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Small florals.IMG_1186

Larger flowers. The brown also includes some birds and butterflies.IMG_1187

Some Bonnie & Camille: Marmalade!IMG_1188

AlphabetIMG_1189

Solids.IMG_1190

  Sort of Civil War. IMG_1192  I’m not keeping all of these. I don’t use novelty fabrics much (although I may keep the monkeys) so I probably won’t keep those. Same with the flannels. And those stripes. I don’t usually use Civil War repro types of fabrics, but most of those look like something I could slip into other scrappy quilts. Obviously, Fairy Frost has my heart. And solids are always handy.

So what will I do with the fabric I’m not keeping. Come back Tuesday to find out.

3 comments

  1. Kati R.

    Haha, I have the pink stripe fabric, use it constantly in my baby quilts! I’m in loooove with the blue/white geometric!

  2. Valerie (Scooquilt)

    Oh, I love that corn! I SO don’t need one of these boxes, but I love the serendipity factor, and I’ve enjoyed seeing all of yours. Enjoy!

  3. Deb

    My comment did not post- I will trade you for the Star Wars fabric- Aidan would love it. He is starting his first quilt and he has some other Star Wars fabric going into it.

    Please, please, please

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