Mmmm… new fabric!

21 02 2008

Like I need more fabric! NOT. We have two fabric stores in our small town of less than 5000 people, but still I had to go online and look… I bought a whole heap of fabric for my stash from Busy Thimbles a week ago, and it arrived safe and sound early this week.

I lasted about a half day before succumbing to the lure of it, and washing and ironing it ready for whenever I need it.

Memo to self: DO NOT buy fabric unless you are ready to use it! ‘Topping up the stash’ is not a valid excuse.

Fabric flapping in the breeze

More fabric

I just counted them—35 fat quarters and 4 metre lengths (two are Aboriginal prints—one in blues and black, the other in ochres and purples). The browns and greens were in 10-fat quarter packs, but I chose the rest myself.

 


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14 03 2008
lanny

I continue to buy fabric I love and maybe dont need. My favorite place to buy fabric online is for sure iluvfabrix.com which you can also go to by clicking http://www.iluvfabrix.com/products.php

Everything there is almost always on sale and they have an in house designer to help you with your selections free of charge.

Lanny

30 03 2009
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[…] — Char regularly travels to client offices and meetings), greens? Then I saw it… the blue Aboriginal fabric I’d purchased over the internet some time back just over a year ago. Char’s been to Australia and I’m pretty sure […]

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