Sunday, February 12, 2012

Sunday Stash #129

Well, I did warn you ....
More gingham!





Small and large scale gingham in:

Brown
Grey (love!)
Natural
Yellow
Black
Red







100% cotton and fine quality gingham by Kokka.  This really is a lovely quality woven fabric; light weight and surprisingly soft to touch.


A versatile stash addition suitable for so much more than just patchwork and quilting, although that is of course the purpose of my stashing.

Enjoy Sunday!

14 comments:

  1. I love gingham! It would be great to see a patchwork quilt combining the small with the large print! LOVE that gray the most, too!! :)

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  2. That grey is gorgeous - thanks for letting us know it is a Kokka gingham. I want (must have) some of the grey and now I won't be disappointed by getting the wrong shade. Can't wait to see what quilts these pop up in.

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  3. Estou completamente incentivada a comprar desses tecidos,amar eu já.

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  4. So pretty...I think you've started a trend!

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  5. I love when I can add gingham to my quilts. Nice stash you have there.

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  6. I love using gingham as bag lining for all sorts of bags. It goes so well with linens. I've been thinking maybe a simple squares quilt made of ginghams and linens would be really cute. I didn't realise Kokka did ginghams. I'll have to search for it!

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  7. Hmmm....reminds me of Picnics and Happy times...
    Lovely collection..how can you bear to cut it up!

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  8. Yeah for gingham! I love to have gingham fabrics as basics in my stash. There are no quilt shops nearby and the local fabric shops sell more traditional fabrics so I always use gingham and polka dots as my basics that I like to combine with the small amounts of quiltfabric I order.

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  9. Love Gingham - I got some beautiful gingham ribbon yesterday, some is exactly the same yellow as your fabric!

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  10. Such a pretty bundle, you must have such an amazing fabric stash. Looking forward to seeing what these pop up in

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  11. Pretty!!! Gingham is such cheerful fabric, but now I have a strange desire to either go on a picnic, bake something from scratch, or pop in the "Oklahoma" dvd. Tee hee!

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  12. Thanks so much for this great post. Love, Love, Love ginghams, in clothes, in bags, in quilts. But I have been looking for gingham for another purpose... a home made board for blocking handknits. I have seen some around, but it seems the print is not always really square, and of coure, for blocking it is good to have a good line. Thanks again. I am a regular reader of your blog and love it.... apart from constantly being humbled by not coming near your high production standard, I am constantly inspired. Thanks! b

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  13. I love gingham. It is so good to see it coming back!!

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