Sunday, July 10, 2011

Sunday Stash #101

This week saw the delivery of some sweet new prints from the Far Far Away 3 fabric collection by Heather Ross.  These are super cute and I am afraid I could not resist!

Snow White in Meadow, Pink, Blue and Yellow

Clothesline in Green, Natural and Pink

Wildflowers in Blue, Mustard, and Orange
and Playing With Horses in Natural

All of these prints are a cotton linen blend (85% cotton and 15% linen).  They are also (with exception of the Playing with Horses print) a lighter weight fabric than the previous Far Far Away 2 range of fabrics and more like standard quilting cotton.  The Playing with Horses print has an ever so slightly heavier feel to it, but still very patchwork friendly.

Available from:
Fat Quarter Shop

Enjoy Sunday!


  1. Aw... so gorgeous. I've been on the verge of ordering but now can't wait any longer! Thanks for mentioning the weight difference. I assumed they were the same as the last collection.

  2. I just got mine this week, too. I love them, though I wish the "feature" images of the Snow White were less sparse. I got a full yard each and only one or two usable images of Snow herself. :( Also worth mentioning the guitar prints are the same weight as the girls with horses.

  3. I love those clotheslines! Thanks for the help with the black and white binding fabric. I'm in the States and couldn't believe the AU prices. I guess I assumed it was roughly the same price all over.

  4. I like the Sunday stash Report - makes my buying seem more sane! I love your pieced backings. I tried one recently and found it very challenging to get the backing precisely lined up with the top, so that the straight-line quilting would look good. Do you have any tips?

  5. Can't wait to see what you do with these! I'm excited to get mine, but after reading the above comment, I'm a little worried that my fat quarter will have zero Snow Whites on it!

  6. I was awfully tempted to order some Far Far Away III last week. I heart Heather Ross' designs and already have nice selections of all the previous Far Far Aways. It's nice to see some decent photos of the fabrics to get a proper idea of the colours. Awfully tempting...


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