Sunday, November 21, 2010

Sunday Stash #78

A super delicious fabric stack!

It's a Hoot by MoMo for Moda

This sweet bundle of goodness arrived during the week packaged oh so nicely all in one shipping envelope.  Momo is back with a cheerful collection featuring birds and more specifically owls.  


The range also includes numerous excellent basic stash fabrics, for example the oval shaped dots aptly named "Eggs".


And there isn't much I don't like about these:


It's a Hoot by MoMo for Moda is now available from:


Enjoy Sunday!

16 comments:

  1. Did you order the whole FQ bundle? I wish I could afford to buy all of Momo's bundles!!!

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  2. Oh how tempting that all looks, and owls to boot!

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  3. Goodness, what a stack! You are too lucky!

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  4. I got the jelly roll, oh, and 1/2-yard cuts of all the dots. You can never have too many dots!

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  5. What wouldn't I give for a stack of fabrics like that!

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  6. I adore this line! (I have a layer cake of it myself) I can't wait to see what you do with it.

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  7. gorgeous fabrics, love those eggs! xo

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  8. I just made a baby floor quilt from a jelly roll of these fabrics. It's a lovely range.

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  9. How lucky you're of havings so precious fabrics. I love dots!!!
    kisses from Spain

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  10. Those are great 'dots'. Can I ask you a question? In any of your fabric searching of late have you come across a great royal/cobalt blue? I have it stuck in my head for a project but I'm not finding much...

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  11. Love those spots!!! Gorgeous fabrics!

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  12. i love these, my local shop just got them in and I'm so happy! so much more fun to see fabric like that in real life instead of just online. :)

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  13. The larger prints in Momo lines, ie. the ones filled with trees and birds, kinda landscape-ey, make FABOOLUSSS One Block Wonder quilts!!!

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