Archive for the ‘Stashes’ Category

Holiday Fabric Roundup and Show Us Your Stash Collide!

This dreamy Christmas color story is from Brooke, whose new blog Inchmark should be on your must-read list. When I asked for permission to post she not only said yes but offered to ID the fabrics for us! So this is a value-added post. All fabrics are from Purl Patchwork; not all are currently available. [...]

Show Us Your Stash: Reference Library

I love Reference Library because it’s the one design blog that never makes me feel wanty or overwhelmed. Plus he has a special affinity for vintage fabric and textiles. Andy shared some of his wife Erin‘s stash of amazing vintage fabrics (photos are by Erin). See them all together here. Ooh look, a colorway reunion. [...]

Show Us Your Stash: “Simple”

I love these fabrics and this composition from Allison of Six and a Half Stitches, posted about here. Related posts: Show Us Your Stash: Immaculately Folded Edition Show Us Your Stash: Skinny LaMinx Show Us Your Stash: Vintage Edition Show Us Your Stash: BCharmer Show Us Your Stash: Reference Library

Show Us Your Stash: Colorful and Scrappy

Claire of Needlebook is making an orange and lavender Single Girl quilt.   Shanna of Pink Trees will be making her contribution to the Doll Quilt Swap 5 with these fabrics.   A lovely bunch of flea market scraps from Sweet Jessie. Related posts: Show Us Your Stash Show Us Your Stash: Stacks Edition Two [...]

Show Us Your Stash: Stacks Edition

Anita of Bloomin’ Workshop shared this “stack of fats”, which will become a Kaffe Fassett Leafy Rosy quilt from the book Glorious Patchwork. Moxie-Girl posted this stack of vintage fabric in the True Up Flickr Pool. And I also love this stack of simple but versatile fabrics from elsiemarley; it’s in the pool too. Related [...]

Martha’s Stash

before after Martha Stewart wrote a post about her stash organization project on The Martha Blog. She wrapped the fabrics, many of them antique, in acid-free paper and cellophane to protect them from the elements. Related posts: Q & A: How Do You Organize Your Stash? New Heather Ross Prints on Spoonflower Displaying Fabric Remnants [...]

Show Us Your Stash

Hillary of Wee Wonderfuls did a big stash re-fold/re-sort … … Sarah of The Small Object happened to be visiting and helped her out, and received the most lovely thank-you stack: Sweet! Related posts: Review: Wee Wonderfuls: 24 Dolls to Sew and Love Felt Week: Interview With Hillary Lang Daily Swatch: Calendar Tea Towels

Three Signs of a Cluttered Fabric Stash

I’m seeing this previously posted picture in a whole new light now! The book It’s All Too Much: An Easy Plan for Living a Richer Life with Less Stuff by Peter Walsh has completely changed how I think about my possessions. I read it after writing this post, in which I got a little defensive [...]

Show Us Your Stash: Immaculately Folded Edition

This is much-needed motivation for me. Here’s one good way to fold fabric so that all your fabrics end up the same width for stacking. What’s your system? from Quaint Handmade (blog) From Hip to Piece Squares (blog) From Samantha (blog) From lottielulu (blog) From Uplifting Arts (blog) From Karen D (blog) Add your stash [...]