Sunday, 6 December 2015

Sunday Stash Here I go again

I did it again...More Fat Quarters! I'm a sucker for them. I don't see any help in the near future of this problem getting any better. I bought these three bundles, I never buy bundles but I couldn't resist the temptation of these three, from Craftsy.  Craftsy is having 12 days of Christmas sale now. This is an affiliate link, I get a small compensation if you click on it. We have no snow! It is a little overcast, that is supposed to clear and the sun is going to make an appearance. Everyday that is a no shovel day is fantastic in my books. I know a Canadian who doesn't want snow, what can I say but pleaseee everyone else keep the white stuff to yourself. No sharing allowed!

Three bundles of quilty bliss

I haven't even opened these bundles yet. That will come later. First up this bundle of Michael Miller 10 piece Pastel Provence. One of my granddaughters is starting to collect all things Eiffel Tower. The bottom piece has Eiffel towers  on it. I am thinking of making a wall hanging for her using this bundle, for her birthday in March. At least I have a plan to use theses ones.

Pastel Provence bundle

Up next is Windham Fabrics Christmas Bundle. I am in short supply of Christmas fabrics and hopefully these are destined to become a table runner and pot holders. Maybe for next year as I don't see myself having time to get them done this year. But one never knows miracles do happen....

Christmas bundle 12 pieces

Last but not least is this 15 piece bundle of Traditional Windham Fabrics. No plan no ideas just a weak moment again. Who knows maybe an idea will appear. Maybe a BOM? 

Lovely bundle but sadly no idea on how to use them
I need to get to work on the quilting of my oldest son's Christmas gift you can read about it here. I bought a ruler toe foot and ruler for my DSM. I did some practicing on a quilt sandwich practice piece. I'm ready...kind of ....maybe to use it on my son's quilt. I'll have more about that in another post. In the meantime a sneak preview...at least it's all set up to start.












5 comments :

Yvonne @ Quilting Jetgirl said...

Those are lovely bundles, Cindy! I think that a mini quilt for granddaughter sounds delightful. I have been thinking of you and hope you are doing well.

Tish Stemple said...

All of those are great bundles. I love buying FQ's in bundles. Can't wait to hear more about the ruler work. I've debated on purchasing a ruler foot for my machine.

Sandra Walker said...

I am ÜBER-curious to see what you think of, and how in the H-E double hockey sticks you use that ruler. As for caving to Craftsy, oh yes, you are singing my song! But wait, I missed that Provence bundle! Hmm, since there is a North and South kit in my immediate future, I might just add that one in...aren't there deliveries amazingly FAST?! As a Canadian (who also likes the no snow December,heck, no snow winter would be fine by me) anyhow I was über-impressed with their speed. (ya I used the word über twice here. Ha!

Lara B. said...

Those fat quarters are too irresistible Cindy! The bundles looks so pretty that I always have a hard time breaking them up.
that's the first I've ever heard of a ruler toe foot for a regal sewing machine. It will be fun to see what you do with it!

Sandy said...

Nice Christmas presents for you! Beautiful collections. I have a hard time with bundles because if I don't already have a pattern in mind, I end up never using them. Have fun!