Sunday, 31 January 2016

Sunday Stash

My stash grew and the best part it didn't cost me anything. I was recently gifted 9 metres of fabric, six of the nine metres is Northcott's Toscana line.

nine metres of new stash

The confetti blue is a Kaufman print. The eskimo snow is also a Northcott print. My stash was lacking in blues, these definitely gave it a boost. 

tablet cover number 5

I have already used some of the blue to make another  tablet cover. This one was for my granddaughter that likes everything Eiffel tower. And yes I know my towers are upside down, I noticed after I had the front all done and wasn't going to rip out the zipper at that point. She doesn't have a problem with them being upside down so all is good. That makes five and every grandchild that has a tablet now has a case made by grandma.

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4 comments :

Yvonne @ Quilting Jetgirl said...

How awesome to get 9 meters of fabric for free! Lovely additions. :)

Sandra Walker said...

What a bonus! Woot! Woot! Blue is the most plentiful in my stash, but I always can make room for more, lol. Love that Eiffel Tower print, and it's not upside down to your granddaughter when she's carrying her tablet case, right? ;-)

Tish Stemple said...

Isn't it great when your stash grows and your wallet doesn't shrink? I love that little blue snowflake print. I think this is my favorite of the tablet cases. Your granddaughter has good taste ;)

Lara B. said...

How fun that you got to add all those lovely fabrics - a wonderful gift Cindy!
Your fifth tablet cover turned out great too!