Stash Report

I was up at the antique mall in Harmony Minnesota where we have out antique booth.  It’s so tempting to go there.  Too often I end up buying something and bringing it home.  Can you believe it was fabric?

I had seen some fabric in one of the booths a bit ago but it was $4.50 for a Ziplock bag.  Still a deal but too much for me especially being I don’t “need” anymore fabric.  This time I passed by the booth and all the packages of fabric had been discounted.  Now that I could get it half off or better, I decided to give it a try.  This was three packages…so about $7.00 worth.

I sorted….I have quilt in mind for this and other scraps that have been coming in.

Dog prints are going in my novelty box for my someday quilt.

This piece of train fabric isn’t very big but I thought about making a pillow case with it for Carver.  He’s been a little train obsessed lately.  I’ve been trying to figure out how to use it being it’s so small.  I thought about putting one fabric on one side and a different fabric on the other.  Then he can choose which side he wants.  I’d keep the edging and the trim the same of both sides.

Some blacks for my black bucket.  My blacks got really depleted when I made an Halloween quilt that should be published here pretty soon.

There were some prints that would look good with a scrap bag I bought not to long ago.

And then my favorites…neutrals.  All of them are really printed.  I love that!  See?

I did cave and bought a back of trims and ribbons.  I still keep thinking someday I’ll be making some doll clothes.

Who would have thought I’d find fabric at the antique mall….not me.

6 thoughts on “Stash Report”

  1. With a little girl to sew for there is a super easy dress/ top patter called the Geranium dress. Ive made s coupl and used some of my trims

  2. That is an especially cute train print, unusual with the cactus and rock formations. I expect the Road Runner to pop out at any moment. Lol!

  3. Wow! What a great score. I assume that my stash will end up in a thrift store some day, but I don’t like to think about it. :)

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