Sunday Stash (01-2015)

Before Christmas, I was looking for thread that I could use to quilt my Rangers Station quilt. I am happy to report, I found it in Tula Pink’s Moonshine Aurifil boxes. Look, perfect matches.  This quilt will also be my Marsala submission for the upcoming Pantone submission….I know, I am ahead of schedule on this one!!

I am not going to lie….knowing that I was going to go into Sew your Stash 2015, I did do some purchasing to end 2014 and take advantage of some of the sales.

The first one was to pick up these wonderful Oakshott cotton bundles.


Another one, that has arrived are these Half yards I picked out at Fat Quarter Shop.


Only two more purchases I am waiting on, which were paid for in 2014 and planned….Doe (full yards) and some but not all of the new Cotton and Steel prints. I should have the Doe next week to show, and I am so excited. For 2015, is there any fabric lines you can’t wait for?

Linking up with Molli Sparkles for Sunday Stash (see button on the right).

8 thoughts on “Sunday Stash (01-2015)

  1. Mary

    You sound like me a year ago, quickly stashing things before the ‘fast’ begins! There are some lovely 1/2 yards there, do you have plans for any? I’m also (patiently) waiting on a bundle of Doe!

  2. Kim

    Lovely purchases! And I’m loving the artists you chose to showcase as inspiration! I, too, find that art is my inspiration. I love Samantha Bittman and Maser. 🙂

  3. quiltingjetgirl

    The color matching is fantastic, and how cool that it will work for the pantone quilt challenge. Awesome! The oakshott fabrics are lovely, and I hope that sewing from your stash is a fun creative twist for your year.

  4. Terri Ann

    I have heard so much buzz on the Oakshott fabrics but still haven’t gotten an opportunity to pick them up and try them out. Same with the Cotton+Steel. Worst part is I have a FQ bundle in my living room for a giveaway on my blog. I can’t open the envelope for fear of wanting to keep it and having to order a new bundle to giveaway!

  5. Renee

    Those threads are perfect!! I have yet to get my hands on any Oakshott, but it’s on my Want list! I’m trying to resist all the hype around all fabric really, and then once it’s out try to decide for myself if I like it or do I just want it because of the hype? Sometimes it’s hard to know, but usually it’s just the hype.

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