Tuesday, 28 March 2017

sunday stash on a tuesday


There have been a few parcels of loveliness dropping through the letter box so here are my latest could not resist stash additions...

Carolyn Friedlander's latest collection is just so cool. I wish I could have it all but I picked out some of my favourite prints and colours from Fat Quarter Shop. The Friedlander collection has some of the best colour combinations - the pistachio, pops of orange and lime - and I can't wait to cut into these prints!


I also bought some fabrics I had stashed in my online basket along with some yummy Cotton + Steel:



I was lacking greys in my stash so this has helped replenish that and as I was looking at the prints today I feel like these three in particular are very me! I grew up roller skating and then spent 9 years at university studying and teaching - also I do really love paper!! That cross hatch print in the middle is amazing, I am so drawn to it and can't really explain why... it feels retro and modern... classic, complex and simple all at once. I love it.


Next is some lovely canvas from The Fabric Fox because I plan on making Aneela's new pattern and thought these would be super fun and cute:


Dolly Mix, Trefle by Kokka and Large Hidden Pandas by Cosmo Textiles, I also picked up some more Shibuya Linen, Tokyo Train Ride by Cotton + Steel (not pictured because I just started cutting it up!).


It's always fun to experiment and try new threads, I picked up these gorgeous Watercolours by Caron pima cotton threads from Patchfinders. These colours are so, so pretty and hard to capture in a photo:



I had another fun delivery, after Collette enticed me with a referral to the Papergang subscription box. So thrilled with everything in it - gorgeous note books and stationery, all in such fab colours. Can't wait to see what next month brings :) 


linking a little late to:

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2 comments:

  1. the new Friedlander fabrics are lovely. And I have a teeny tiny bit of that panda! I have used it as blocks in my economy quilt, very slow progress there

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