Sunday, March 14, 2010

Sunday Stash #43

A change in seasons is apparent, and whilst we are enjoying some glorious Autumn days with an early morning chill in the air, I know many of you are looking forward to Spring.

Sunday Stash this week is brought to you with the changing seasons in mind.

The colorful birds fabric is a Spotlight fabric, and although of a cheaper quality it is great to see the increasing diversity in design.  Given to me by Kate and picked by my daughter to be included in this weeks Stash.

Robert Kaufman - Chick-A-Dee Chick-A-Doo Wildflowers in Summer.

 Lime green Elephants on White - lightweight cotton.

Japanese import designed by Megumi Sakakibara - Flowers - Uma Toie in Blue/Orange.  Purchased from Fabricworm on Etsy.

Enjoy Sunday!  Ours promises to be delightful.

10 comments:

  1. MUST have lime elephants!!!!!!!! Where in the states can one find that fabric, please?????

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  2. Another great display of gorgeous fabrics!

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  3. Pass onmy thanks to Sarah for picking out the birdies! Love those elephants!

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  4. We have just had the 2nd most humid summer ever here in Sydney. I am definately ready for some cooler weather. Loving the cooler mornings. It makes the mad dash to the train less sweaty.

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  5. oh, I love that spotlight fabric, but i dont see it for sale online! :(
    to the previous post-Jody- I bought yardage on the elephants from thisandthatfromjapan on etsy. she has 10% off right now too :)

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  6. Thanks Rita.
    I've had a lovely Sunday. Hope you did too!

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  7. Love love love ~ those lime green elephants!

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  8. what is "spotlight" fabric and where can i find it?
    love it!

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  9. Those birds are exactly the same as Erin McMorris' from Park Slope http://everydaybeautiful.typepad.com/.a/6a00e550ad1baa88340105357af56f970b-320wi

    If you can't find the spotlight ones, you can def get those in different colorways!

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