Sunday stash

This fabric has a destiny!

Amy Butler solid fat quarters from Pink Chalk Fabrics. I was thinking I needed to audition the colors with the clamshell quilt. Oh, do they look good together!

This fabric is petted and adored.

That’s what I do with it while I figure out its destiny. Don’t you love the one on top for Valentine’s Day? Delicious vintage feedsacks generously gifted by Sarah.

Happy fabric Sunday!



  1. Katy said

    Those feedsacks are amazing. I think their destiny is actually my house.

  2. Jackie said

    I absolutely adore those feedsacks!!

  3. andi said

    Those solids are stunning.
    Except for that blue on the far right. Seems a touch out of place with the others.
    But you HAVE inspired me to go check out Pink Chalk today.
    Andi x

  4. oooo, yes, those solids are delish! LOVE the greys from Sarah – my stash is sadly lacking in grey. Must shop more.

  5. Cathy said

    I love seeing fabric destinys here, look forward to seeing the fate of these solids!

  6. Mindy said

    Oh! I love those feedsacks!! What a great gift!

  7. Andie said

    I pet and cuddle my fabrics, too. And those solids are yu.mee!

  8. You are such a lucky dog! Love your new fabric … can’t wait to see what you make!

    Hugs & stitches,

  9. I call admiring you fabric Fondle+Inhale+Stroking+Handling

  10. nanette said

    Lovely feedsacks. I am lucky enough to have a couple of those.

  11. susan said

    beautiful! you do make me drool. i really love those ab solids. what is it about a pile of them do you think???

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