Today’s post is part of a series on this blog every Monday.
I don’t know about you, but fabric is EVERYTHING! I love buying it, petting it and then gushing with you about it. I’ll show you my latest fabric purchases and where you can buy it too.
To view all previous posts in this series, click here.
We’ve added new fabrics to Meander + Make. By we, I just mean me and the husband. He keeps calling it our fabric shop, but I seem to be the only person cutting fabric, so….?
I’m pretty thrilled with these though. So thrilled, I feel the need to make a quilt in them. I’ve got just the quilt, but more on that later.
Let’s dive into these pretties!
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Today’s Fabric Picks
- Arborescent Seasons by Sharon Holland
- Catalyst Minthe by Sharon Holland
- Vine Umbra by Sharon Holland
- Haymow Early by Sharon Holland
- Little Town in glee by Bari J
- Perennial Renewal by Sharon Holland
- Doiland Gloss by Katarina Roccella
Buy the whole collection in fat quarter bundles here.
These colors together are owning me. I’m loving the minty cat fabric. My favorite is that newsprint collage. It’s so good! Also, the coral blooms!
Also, I wanted to tell y’all. I’ve been pretty strict with myself all of my years of quilting about buying yardage only like quarter yards, half yards, whole yards and staying away from precuts. I was always telling myself that they are a waste of money. I’ve completely joined the other team on this. I’m loving having fat quarters. The other day I cut up fabric for a quilt that needed fat quarters and I had half yards. I cut my half yards in half and made fat quarters. That sounds so silly, and I’m so very late to the party. But here I am! This has absolutely nothing to do with these fabrics, but I just felt like sharing. 🙂
This Wednesday, I’ll be showing you my latest Little Miss Sawtooth quilt and on Thursday I’ve got a free pattern coming your way. Hugs!
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