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.


  1. 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

  2. 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.

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

  4. 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.

  5. 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's an addiction and I have it baaad! Good to know I'm not the only one.


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