Favourite Fabrics Part 2

In the last blog post, I talked about some of my favourite fabrics that I have collected over the years. Now some might say, well are you ever going to use all of the fabrics you have collected? The answer is more than likely, no. The thing is though, you don’t ask a stamp collector if they are going to use the stamps they collect do you?

I have a few more fabrics that I have collected and thought I would share. Some of these I do hope to use at some point, but then the question is what do I do with the quilts I make with them? Do I create a wall hanging to show the fabric off? What about a bed quilt to have the fabric show there? A lap quilt that gets folded away? Not sure at this point.

I have a lot of fabric and most of it I love (ok there is some I shake my head over), I even have some quilt kits I purchased years ago that I now don’t like all that much. Those are easy to know what to do with, I will just make them up and give them away, more than likely to the church so they can raffle them off. Anyway here are the last 4 fabrics that I bought that I still really love.

Favourite Fabrics

I love this poppy fabric it is by Clothworks and was designed by Pamela Mostek. I don’t remember when I purchased this, only that it’s directional and I have about 2 metres of it. Maybe it will end up on a quilt back, although that seems a shame.

 I guess I love poppies because here is another poppy fabric that I purchased. I was on a road trip with my friend and we both purchased this fabric and some coordinating fabric to make a lap sized quilt. This piece is from the Magic of Oz collection by Wilmington Prints. I should mention here that I don’t usually purchase whole lines of fabric, I tend to find that too matchy for me.  Of course, that was at least 3 years ago now and the fabric is still in my stash. At least I kept all the coordinating fabric together. 

I purchased this next fabric just last year. I was working at The Cloth Castle at the time and I kept resisting temptation but finally purchased at 2.5 metres of it. This fabric is Canadian Scene by Gordon Fabrics and was printed for Canada’s 150th birthday last year. I have no idea what I am going to do with it but I guess that is not really the point.

The last of my favourite fabrics I have to share is this one that is a fairly recent purchase although I don’t remember when or where I purchased it. It is Robert Kaufman North American Wildlife. It reminds me of one of my favourite paintings I have a copy of. I have about 2 metres of this fabric as well.

So as mentioned in my last post, I would really like to find out in the comments if you have favourite fabrics that you collect? Do you use the fabric or does it just sit in your stash?

Happy Quilting

 

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