I haven’t purchased a lot of fabric this year, mainly to save money, but also because I already have a ton of fabric on my shelves.
There was one collection that came out this year I couldn’t resist, so I allowed myself to stock up on enough to make a few projects.
I don’t typically buy novelty fabrics, but then, Outfoxed came out. How adorable!
I’ve been a fan of Marisa Haedke‘s artwork and whimsical characters for a few years now. I have one of her night lights and one of her paintings in my sewing room.
When I saw she turned her characters into a fabric collection, Meet the Gang, I couldn’t resist. Equally as adorable!
I bought a fat quarter set of each of these collections, hoping to make a couple fun mini quilts. It’s always inspiring to get a few new fabrics to play with.
I haven’t purchased much fabric this year, so I’m excited to share some new treasures I’ve added to my stash over the past few months.
First up, I was so impressed with my local quilt shop when I found out they are carrying Anna Maria Horner‘s new Loulouthi collection. I rarely buy fabrics for the backing before I make a quilt, so I’m happy to have yardage of that brown print on the bottom of this stack to back a future quilt with.
These are the fabrics I bought at Gruber’s Quilt Shop over my quilting retreat weekend. I picked up the Anna Maria print from the Good Folks collection first (one the far right), and then coordinated the rest with it, most of which ended up going into my Maverick Star Wallhanging. I didn’t use that polka dot print in the middle, so it will be a great basic addition to my stash.
I always need more basics in my stash, so I picked out this next stack for fun.
I missed out on the Flea Market Fancy craze so I decided to buy a few of my favorite prints from Denyse Schmidt‘s fabric collection for JoAnn’s. I think they will work well as basics too.
I also bought some silly summer prints to make a couple gift ideas I have in mind.
Finally, I almost forgot that I have a set of the Habitat fabrics by Jay McCarroll.
LOVE this collection, especially the drop cloth print!
I love that Jay’s fabrics don’t follow a collection formula, and I love the color schemes he put together.
That should keep me busy for awhile!