Stash Report Sunday

Over the week, I admit I have been VERY excited about all the new sewing goodies that have come my way.

I hit an AWESOME going out of the fabric business sale at Alco in Spring Valley, Minnesota and purchased this HUGE stack of fabric.  46 yards worth.  I know that’s a huge stash addition BUT it was all $1.50 to $2 per yard.  It’s all quality name brand fabric…perfect for quilt backs and the like.
There is fabric there to back many of my Schnibble quilts, a couple graduation quilts I am working on, 3 quilts of valor quilts, yardage for curtains and the like.  I will be busy with this pile for a LONG time.

I hit an AWESOME fat quarter sale at  The Calico Hutch in Hayward, Minnesota and bought 24 fat quarters of my favorite fabrics, Civil War Reproductions….


AND…the best…Accuquilt sent me a Go! Cutter!…and I’m getting one to give away to one lucky blog reader in the upcoming month or so.  You can check back tomorrow and see what I’m working on.  It’s a Go! Cutter project and there will be a small giveaway to go with it.


I should probably feel a little guilty about the HUGE addition to stash, but I don’t….it’s fun to splurge once in awhile.  Plus getting fabric for such a deal makes me able to quilt and give quilts away.

So for this week….
52 yards in.
0 yards out.  BUT today is a quilting day.  This is bound to change LOTS by next Sunday.

13 thoughts on “Stash Report Sunday”

  1. Wow, you found some great fabric! Don’t feel guilty. It looks to me like you have a pretty good idea of what you are going to use it all for. And it looks like you got quite a deal too. And a GO! I would love to own one……looked at it again while at JoAnn’s yesterday. One day, maybe. Have fun cutting……and sewing.

  2. Sounds like you hit a gold mine. Great fabric and with your new Go Cutter, you’ll be using it up in no time. I’ve been looking at the Go Cutters for a while and I think there should be one in my future too.

  3. You look like you have a good selection of fabric.
    You sound happy and your are very productive, so why should you feel guilty for buying more fabric?

    Just enjoy it.

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