Sometimes when I buy fabric, I become less of a quilter and more of a collector.
A package that arrived this week proves just that...
Daiwabo elephants. I have seen these in many projects and was pleased to have found some from this Etsy shop. The blue is a quilting weight, the little ellie's are about 3/4" across. The green is a heavier, but still soft canvas, which I must confess I didn't realize when I ordered it. It may have to end up in a bag or a pillow.
I also purchased a couple of fat quarters of no-longer in print Denyse Schmidt fabric.
This big dot print and also the blue bandana print that somehow didn't make it into the package.
It will be on its way to me on Monday so all is well.
And the piece de resistance, these sweet little girls...
(Yuwa Kei Kerchief Girls)
I thought I was ordering a fat quarter of this and was willing to pay the rather steep price tag. It wasn't until after I completed the order that I realized it was only a fat eighth! Yikes - can you believe I spent nearly $9 for a piece of fabric 9" x 22"? (If you are doing the math, that comes to almost $70 per yard).
I think I may just frame it and hang it on the wall!!
The shop owner also threw in a couple of sample squares. Such a nice touch, don't you think?
Today's Sunday Stash link up is at Molli Sparkles.
Molli (aka, Josh) is a riot, and he's got something fun to share today.
Hope you all have a wonderful week,