Sunday, March 21, 2010

Sunday Stash #44

I shouldn't have looked, but I did ...

New arrivals at Kelani Fabric.

From left to right:
Cosmo - Japanese Blue and Pink Flowers
Kiyohara - Puti De Pome Retro Dots in Blue and Red

Unique and beautiful linen blend and medium weight fabrics with a lovely drape, very suitable for quilting.


And from The Fabric Shack:

Cross-Weave Wovens by Moda

Two tone solids Red/Yellow, Red/White, Pink/Red and Green/Yellow.

Enjoy!

12 comments:

  1. Wow, wow, wow! Lovely!

    Will those cross-weaves be easy to work with or will they fray a bit?

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  2. Don't you just love the cross weaves? I got my first ones a few weeks ago (red/orange, chambray, and aqua/blue) and they're so rich and yummy.

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  3. wow, I love the slightly muted colors of the flowers and dots. going to check out the site now...

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  4. Wow. The prints from Kelani Fabric are wonderful! I stumbled across some new Michael Miller fabrics in my journey today; I didn't get it, but I know in my heart of hearts that I will. I should have just saved myself the time and trouble and gotten it while I was there! Happy quilting!! :)

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  5. Great fabrics! Love the close up of the cross weaves, they look wonderful! Thanks for sharing Sharon.

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  6. Great choices - I particularly love the solids.

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  7. Ring a ding! THose solids are AMAZING!

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  8. i actually went to the fabric shack this past weekend and saw those moda cross weave solids. they were so neat looking. i was trying to figure out how i'd use them so i had an excuse to buy some. do you have any plans for your's?

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  9. The cross weave fabric looks interesting...I'm a weaver and a quilter and how nice it would be to add some of that to my stash (and not have to dress a loom)

    I love the colours.

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  10. Yum. Love the dots...and the solids!

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  11. Wondering what the weight and texture of the cross weaves are. Can you tell us a bit more about them??

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