I’m having a Dorothy Gale moment. I’m realising how she must have felt stepping into those ruby slippers given to her by Glinda the Good Witch. I mean come on, those are some pretty sparkly shoes to fill, and with all those citizens of Oz watching too. That’s a gig! Well, move over darling, because today I get to wear the sparkliest shoes of all and attempt to walk tall and proud in them. Not an easy feat when their previous occupant was the effervescent Molli Sparkles. That’s right, Sunday Stash is with me today fabric lovers, and I’m so happy you’ve all popped over to say hello. Thankfully there was no arduously long yellow brick road to follow, just a simple click of a link. Dorothy really didn’t have it easy did she?
So, this week has been so crazily busy, what with sewing and teaching and designing…oh my…that my only really fabric purchase was a 10cm strip of black solid to use for binding on a quilt that I’ll be sharing soon.
“How terribly unglamorous!” shouted the assembled crowd.
Yes, yes I know. But fear not, as I have some pretties (these don’t fly or wear little tailored waistcoats) to share that were…ahem…gifted to me. Isn’t that the best kind of fabric? Stuff that just lands on your doormat with a ta dah and a puff of awesomeness. I have Katy Jones of I’m a Ginger Monkey fame to thank for these and although I can’t actually share with you all what I’ll be making with them just yet, know that they’ll be put to good use.
Timeless Treasures Sketch in yellow, sun, gold, daffodil and charcoal
You know those types of fabric that you just want bolts and bolts of? Those trusty, go-to in a crisis ones you’d be happy to visit the Wizard with? Well, the Sketch fabrics by Timeless Treasures are the Lion to Robert Kauffman’s Kona Scarecrow and Essex Tin Man. I can’t live without them and
want need some in every colour way. I was having a hard time finding these yellow colours in the UK so Katy and her awesomeness got them sent to me, directly from Timeless Treasure. That was a very good mail day I kid you not! These prints need to be seen in person. Their subtlety really does pack a punch and they’re far from cowardly. My plan is to stock up on these at every available opportunity.
Since Dorthy got to go home it’s only fitting that I share a gift with all of you lovely people. So, who want’s some fabric money? I’m offering one lucky reader a $25 gift certificate for an online fabric shop of their choice. So, whether you want to go wild in the virtual aisles of Fat Quarter Shop, Intrepid Thread, Pink Castles Fabrics or M is for Make, just leave a comment letting me know what you’d buy if you won. I’d love to shop vicariously through you all! Also, whilst you’re here, please consider follow the blog and calling back for another visit. I’d love to see you again!
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