If more than one person hankers after these fine offerings then I will do a lucky dip name from a hat draw and send the fabric to whoever's name pops out. If no one wants it do not despair and think you need to offer it a home out of pity. The lovely Judith, over at Rags to Bags, is hosting a charity bee in the autumn and she will get some of this fabric regardless to how many people want or do not want it, whatever the case may be. Nothing will go to waste here one way or the other.
The first photo is not up for grabs because it has already been grabbed. By Kat, and I shall be posting this off to Australia once I get my act in gear. She is sending me some of her unwanted goodness. An ugly for an ugly. Though Kat informs me that my fabric is not ugly. Huh?! I beg to differ - though some of it may just be deathly boring rather than out right ugly. I shall let you be the judge.
|Kat's choices to rehome.|
The very first FQ bundle I ever bought.
Some FQs partially used.
From a line called Old Fashioned.
(That should have been a clue for me!)
1 yard of the pink
1/2 yard of the purple
1 panel from a FQ pack that was lovely - other than the panel
I thought I would make a boy quilt with this.
I never did.
1 yard of each.
Would make great cushions for a boy's room.
1/2 yard each
From a 1/2 yard bundle, the rest of which I could live with.
10 FQs not used in any part
From those lucky dip buys. Lucky my a**e!
More 'lucky dip' FQs.
Six, all unused.
And that, folks, is my destash. Out with the old; in with the new No, you cannot have any of the following. This is mine all mine! Bought this week and received from M is for Make today. You like it? Then it is all one sale right now. Off you go.
|Beautifully wrapped just like it was a late birthday present.|
Which is what I will consider it to ease my conscience.
|One FQ of each|
|And a scrap roll full of fabricy goodness.|
Now, I'm off to glare at a zipper.