Craftsy. (affiliate link) I told you one had jumped into my cart when I was casing the site for deals.
I also snagged this kit, which was a massive disappointment when I opened the box and saw wtf FIVE charm packs??
|Dutch Garden Charm Stars|
which I didn't intend to make; I have another idea in mind, but it won't work with all charm packs. Maybe the word 'Charm' in the title should have been a clue as to the kit contents... So I'm unsure whether I will keep this, make what I have in mind (two ideas now that I've seen the kit) and add yardage from my stash, or send it back. I do have to say the colours are rich, perfect for the aunt to whom this is going, who loves blue in particular, and blue and yellow together. The hand of the fabric is also beautiful, so quality is not the issue, clarity of kit contents is. I actually made a quilt very similar to this for the Henry Glass Fabrics Challenge last June:
And well, you never know, maybe I'll end up making the pattern for the kit after all, as, what I just said: can't go wrong with stars.
I also acquired this stack which I may have showed you in an earlier post when I was in the #30quiltdesignschallenge with Lisa of Sunlight In Winter Quilts. I designed a couple of quilts using it!
Okay, off to quilt away on Avril to finish up H2H quilt #2. One more recent purchase from my other affiliate online quilt shop, Connecting Threads. They have a '20% off your total purchase' sale on until May 31, so don't dither if you were thinking of getting something. I snagged this wide back for the back of my aunt's quilt at their last wide back sale, and it will be terrific with the Dutch Garden fabric:
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Linking up for the first time in a while(!) with
Molli Sparkles' Sunday Stash hosted today by the lovely Alyce at Blossom Heart Quilts