Sunday, 28 August 2016

stashing + swaps


I just couldn't help myself!! Another beautiful package from The Weavers Mill and more scrumptious Liberty. The addiction is real.



I bought 3mm flat faux suede leather cord in light grey, brown and pink2, a square of Wild Perennial A (the bottom fabric) and Wiltshire B (as part of her Thank You offer), some lovely free scrap pieces and a great selection of Liberty bias binding because I have plans!! 

It is absolutely stunning and I can't wait to get to the point where this can be added to a quilt I'm working on. I just hope it works out like it looks in my head! Bias binding is the perfect way to inject a little Liberty glamour into projects :)



Next I got some very cool holographic glitter vinyl, impossible to take a good picture of but it's amazing! An Ebay find, click here for the listing - it is the silver glittery option.



My Patchwork of the Crosses BOM box arrived from Sew & Quilt, more gorgeous fabrics:



After my visit to Liberty I shared out some of my new fabrics and Liberty stash with friends on Instagram and here are some of the swaps I have received...

This bundle from @dittanym, some unusual and gorgeous Liberty prints:


A fabulous selection of bright and interesting Liberty prints from @jenniferletchet


Delightful dots galore from @piecedbrain, these are going to be so useful for lots of projects:


Thank you so much Dittany, Jennifer and Denise!! ❤❤❤


Now I should go use some fabric and make something ;)



Molli Sparkles






5 comments:

  1. these are all beautiful fabrics. The swaps sound like a lot of fun.

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  2. Lovely selection of Liberty fabric. Looking forward to seeing what you make. Sounds like you enjoyed your trip to Liberty London. It's just a lovely experience walking around the old building.

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  3. your photos remind me of that game we used to play (I can't remember the name). You know the one, the tray is memorised, covered and one thing is taken away. Big excitement when I was a child and this was played.

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  4. Love the dot fabric...they are inspiring me to get back to making quilts!

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    1. Thanks Darlene! Dots are wonderful, such happy prints, and fabulous that they inspire you!

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