Sunday Stash #2 – 2014

I love using low-volume fabrics. I decide to put together a low-volume mosaic, that I would like to buy. I have recently bought a few of these from Hawthorne threads.mosaic150332ee978d1256bac00c7120ae66f2ad224997

  1. Pilvi in Eggplant, Mormor – Lotta Jansdotter
  2. Line Leaf in Khaki,Bark and Branch – Eloise Renouf 
  3. Leaves in Curry, Botanics – Carolyn Friedlander
  4. Text in Charcoal, Sunrise Print Text – Alison Glass
  5. Triangularity in Stardust, Chromatics – AGF
  6. Soaring Free in Cloudy, Safari Moon – Frances Newcombe
  7. Wood Grain in Teal, Scenic Route – Deena Rutter
  8. Jewel in Coral, Catnap – Lizzy House
  9. Up in the Air Pollen, Up Up and Away – Skinny LaMinx
  10. Mod Dot in Dove True Colors – Heather Bailey
  11. Meandering in Petal, Wee Wander – Sarah Jane
  12. La Venta in Jade, Palos Verde Voile – A Creative Mint

Of course, you can’t just have low-volumes, you need some bright and vibrant color prints too!!! Here is my recent purchase…..I am loving Alison Glass Clover Sunshine (purchased from Westwood Acres). AlisonGlass_SunshineClover

I am using this bundle, in a project for Book Review Tuesday. I am thinking of double dipping. I love those purples on the left which could be perfect for “Radiant Orchid” Pantone Challenge link-up.

2014 Pantone Quilt Challenge: Radiant Orchid

Ooh, almost forgot. I am trying out instagram (ml_wilkie), I would love to see what you all are up to. What do you think about instagram??

Linking up with Molli Sparkles for Sunday Stash (link on the right hand menu).

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18 thoughts on “Sunday Stash #2 – 2014

  1. Joanna

    I love Clover SUnshine so much, but none of the sites I frequent were selling it; just the other line (Sun print??). This collection needs to get more love out there, I think!

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    1. mlwilkie Post author

      Westwood acres still has their bundles in Fat 1/8, fat 1/4 and I think 1/2 hards??? It is fabulous and I could do so much with it whether I keep the bundle together or split it apart :-).

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  2. sarahschraw

    I just dusted off instagram too. It’s pretty fun and I was glad to see you there! I added the widget to my blog too so I can feel like I’m adding to rather than subtracting from there.

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    1. clumsykristel

      I didn’t even know there was a widget for Instagram .. maybe I should go look for it. I so rarely use IG, but maybe I’d use it more often if it were linked up to the blog somehow.

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    1. mlwilkie Post author

      I love using the low volumes to add a little more for those background pieces especially when it requires a scrappy look.

      I was thinking the same thing with instagram and just decided to take the jump and see how it goes :-)

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  3. clumsykristel

    Love both the low and high volume stuff :D I don’t know if I’d know what to do with the multicoloured Alison Glass prints though – somehow the multi-colour ones throw me off a bit. (I have the same issue with Anna Maria Horner, who is queen of the multi-colour print.)

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  4. Kathy

    What a good idea, playing with fabrics in a mosaic before purchasing! All lovely! Regarding IG, I am trying to get into the habit of Ig’ing as there certainly is a lot of quilting activity there. But one more social media demanding my time…it’s still an experiment for me.

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  5. daisyaschehoug

    I’ve been eyeing that La Venta, too! I realize though that what I’m attracted to is the idea of a HST quilt in that color scheme, and maybe not just the fabric. I’ll have to order a little and see. ;)

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