Sunday, 18 October 2015

Sunday Stash 2

I like fat quarters, they don't take up much room. And I really need more fat quarters.....NOT. It started with one and before I knew it this bunch was coming home with me. The worst part is I have no real plan in place for them other than stashing them. Is it just me or do other people have this problem?

fat quarters
I'm not a blue person and I even added a blue. I do believe I'm doomed, I have no resistance whatsoever when it comes to fat quarters.


6 comments :

Yvonne @ Quilting Jetgirl said...

I have to admit that I used have a fat quarter problem... now I tend to buy a half yard or yard at a time! o_O

Tish Stemple said...

I am a hoarder of fat quarters. I just can't help it. My only regret is that when I get around to wanting to use one, I find myself wishing that I had more yardage. At that point I've waited so long to use it, I can't find more yardage of it. But I do not let that stop me, I keep buying more.

barbara woods said...

Quilters disease

helenjean@midgetgemquilts said...

It's nice just to look and stroke fat quarters .
Quilters therapy

Lisa J. said...

I definitely have that problem...I have what my daughter calls a second hobby which is collecting fabric. I'm trying to switch to buying less options and larger amounts but it's difficult.

Sandra Walker said...

Snort! I, too, my friend, have this problem. I recently found a new-to-me LQS (which I quite like) and came out of there with fat quarters, even a couple on sale half yards. One of the half yards I already had a half yard here, with no plan. So why am I adding MORE (even a pastel PINK?!) to the no-plan project? I'm answering your question with another! They are great therapy when one is feeling low...petting, unfolding, ironing, refolding, or maybe rolling, or combining...it's an addiction and I have it baaad! Good to know I'm not the only one.