Sunday, October 14, 2012

Sunday Stash #161 - The Red Thread

A little stashing this week with several pieces from the The Red Thread collection by Marisa and Creative Thursday for Andover Fabrics.

In light of my recent exploration in the world of "low volume" I may have been in low volume mode when adding this selection to my shopping cart.  

There are a total of 24 prints in the The Red Thread collection in two color palettes - Thimble and Spool.  The Red Thread collection does also include several prints on a darker (black, grey, and red) background, as opposed to the white/light background fabrics that I have selected.  

Bunnies and Toadstools in Cream
In Stitches in White
Ladybugs in White
Sweet Street in White

Featuring the lucky symbols of toadstools, ladybirds and rabbits, as well as birds and small houses the entire collection is undeniably adorable!  

Enjoy Sunday!


  1. That is definitely a very cute collection!

  2. They are gorgeous, oh my word, another fabric collection I "need"!

  3. Very adorable collection. Can't wait to see them all.

  4. Just gorgeous and they would fit just right into my stash for a quilt.

  5. I just bought some of the blue and red bunnies from that same collection. Adorable!

  6. Beautiful!

  7. Ooh, those are super cute and I hadn't seen them before. I love Marissa's stuff.

  8. How funny! I am picking up Bunnies in grey this week. Love it!

  9. i recently bought the houses one, but think I need to go back and order some of the others!

  10. I really like all those red/white fabrics! They are fun, simple and cute and I think any block would be great with them.

  11. Wow Rita - what a fantastic collection! Loving that red slashy/thread fabric. I could see that in my collection (although I have sworn off fabric for quite some time thanks to my latest anxiety about my stash!!)


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