I got sent to the dietician. UGH.
When I went for my regular yearly check up in December my bloodwork came back not ideal. So I got sent to see her.
I’ll tell you about that another day. This is a STASH REPORT and that’s what I need to get back to. Well being I was in town I had to stop at the thrift store. It was the best day!!
I debated about this bag of fabric. It was $2. I could see that some fabric were things I wouldn’t use but I guessed I might use a few things…so I bought it.
I figured if I got a fat quarters amount of fabric I liked, it would be worth $2.
I opened the bag, pulled out a few things I knew I didn’t want and there it was….A red polka dot. $2 was now worth it. Anything else I found would be bonus.
I put the things back in that I didn’t want….
…and saved what I did. Not too bad. It’s about 2 1/2 yards worth.
BUT>>>that’s not the part I was so excited about. THIS IS….Look at all this I found too.
These are the neutrals. YAHOO! I always need neutrals. I was just telling Connie that I so many of the quilts in String Frenzy need neutrals and I hoped to start finding some. These are WONDERFULLY cute too. All of them have writing on and are the perfect shade of cream that I LOVE. I definitely would have bought any of these three fabric at the fabric store. There are 4 yards of fabric between the three pieces. I paid 50 cents each.
This cute one is only a half yard…
I was thinking Kayla might want it….If not, I’ll keep it. It was 50 cents.
These two also 50 cents each…the pink is a 5 YARD CUT…the Kansas Troubles on the right is a 1/2 yard.
There was also this bag…$2.
9 fat quarters…all shades of blue. YAHOO!!
These were all folded like they had come directly from a fabric store. AH…What a score!!
I tallied things up.
I spent $7.
I got approximately 13 yards of fabric.
I also have fabric that I’ll be donating on to a local charity sewing group. Oh my. I was THRILLED!
It would have been around $140 from the fabric store. What a fun haul!!