It’s easy (for me!) to lose track of what I’ve ordered. Until it all shows up. On one day. Especially when that day is the same day I hit the big Joann’s sale. Many yards of fabric joined my stash today.
First, the personal stuff:
For me, the green knit and the green circles (fat quarters). For my oldest and next oldest daughters, twirl skirts shall emerge from the teal batik-y and the pink floral fabric at the top. The three bottom middle prints (stars, cars & sharks) are destined to be shorts for my two boys and lastly, the very cute onesie I won from DaisyEyes and just by chance, some turtle fabric I bought from a fellow sewingmama. Everything but the turtles came from Joann’s and was on sale, except the fat quarters.
Then, the actual mail and “business” fabrics (though that’s not a hard and fast rule):
Across the top, several “green” fabrics I couldn’t resist while buying the rest. Top right are four prints from Robert Kaufman’s Iota Lagoon line. All across the bottom are prints from Erin McMorris’ Park Slope collection. Can you tell that I like green and blue?
So it’s off to the washer for all of these!
I’m currently working on a quilt top using the disappearing nine-patch block. I didn’t plan to do this, but the urge came over me the other night and was irresistable. Plus I had broken one of the needles on my serger and for some reason, didn’t have any more (thus the trip to Joann’s). So I had to sew something that didn’t need a serger. Now I have needles, so watch for skirts, shorts and maybe even a quilt top soon!