Christmas in July it was indeed....
One of the requirements for being an ambassador is showing off the gorgeous fabrics within this box. So let's take a look!
So much rich colour goodness! This past year I have been drawn to the turquoise and purple combination; as with the first package, it's like they've creeped in my brain to know exactly what colours I love! I didn't get any 10" squares in the first box, so I'm looking forward to working with this size of precast, and those plums and berries with the green and golds, yum!
Wish and you shall receive!
See what I mean about being inside my head?! The quilt that is not quite quilted, our June challenge, I want to remake, in rainbow colours. I have a kinda/sorta pull from the first box, but no background. Well, not only do I now have a rainbow of fabrics, I also got a few background choices, didn't I?
Finally there's a pack of 2.5" strips and yardage to create something using Jungle Cruise. I like this packaging, used it in my April challenge, Popstar, and found it really workable.
If you follow me on Instagram, you'll have seen a photo of a bit of a DrEAMi! moment I had this weekend, which involved some Island Batik fabric from my first box:
I am just having a blast with being an Island Batik ambassador this year. I feel that it has revved up my creative juices so much! I am so very thankful that this company chose me to be an ambassador, and very grateful for all the beautiful fabrics they've sent this year! Thank you! And thank you too to Aurifil and to Hobbs for adding to the package with their own products with which I have been very impressed so far! I was before I was an ambassador, so you know that I'm not just saying that!
Hope you've snagged a class from Craftsy this weekend, as they're all under $20US. More on the Craftsy Unlimited I signed up for in another post...I may not be such a happy camper, but we shall see if that changes.