A mystery big box showed up on my door step recently. This is what I found inside.
Piles and piles of fabulous, beautiful Sis Boom fabrics from Jennifer!
My husband has claimed this print for a pillowcase he wants me to make for him.
In the meantime, I will be dreaming up ideas for the rest of these treasured additions to my stash. And, counting my lucky stars at having such a wonderful friend, who is also amazing fabric designer! Thank you, my friend!
14 thoughts on “Sunday Stash – Mystery Box”
That Jennifer is so sweet. You got some really great fabrics and I can’t wait to see what you make with them. Hope you are having a good weekend and staying cool. 🙂
Oh, the color; the amazing color! What fun, choosing projects and fabric combinations, maybe even some experimenting?!! Christmas in July for you, my friend, pretty appropriate!
Great looking fabric. Love the colors, and the prints. You are very lucky. Can’t wait to see what you will come up with to make with this beautiful stash.
How wonderful! These are the surprises that are the most delightful, the unexpected!
I look forward to seeing what you make with these!
::drool:: I love the black and white damask and the stripes are screaming to be the binding for something 🙂 AWESOME mystery box!
Oh all that pink happiness Terri,enjoy. Hope the pillowcase sewing goes well. Maybe hubby can have a go???
What a fabulous friend to have!!
I’m green with envy. Jennifer is such a sweetie, enjoy all those gorgeous fabrics.
You lucky, lucky girl. I can’t wait to see what kind of YUM you make out of this. Enjoy!!
Lucky you! Jennifer’s fabrics are some of my favorites and I think she must be a very sweet person:)
How sweet! Okay, I’m envious.
OH my goodness! SOOOOOOOOO jealous of all those gorgeous fabrics and what a great surprise. Jennifer is such a great gal from all that I’ve seen and this just proves it.
Oh, wow! You got some good ones! She couldn’t have given them to a sweeter or more creative person 🙂
lucky you! Can’t wait to see what you make with all that pretty fabric 🙂