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My Holiday Stash

Well here they all are as promised . . . some pretty Tilda florals . . .
 
 
a few cute animal prints . . .

 
some fun stuff . . .

 
lots of stripes and spots . . .

 
co-ordinated of course :) . . .


a couple of special purpose pieces . . .

 
and fabrics to be used in a project for my country kitchen!


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  1. You got great fabrics! They are all beautiful, like the fabric with the cats and other animals, the florals, the co-ordinated ones, ... The fabrics for your country kitchen are so cute! xx

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    1. Thanks Night Owl. I just hope I can use them all and that they don't just sit in my stash boxes. :)
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  2. Hello Sandy,
    Fantastic. Those are beautiful prints. I can't wait to see what is ins tore for them.
    Big hug,
    Giac

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    1. HI Giac,
      Not sure what I will use them all for yet, but I do intend making some new dolly outfits. :)
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  3. I wish I could sew, I love fabrics!!And your picks are fabulous X)! the tiny nimal prints are my favorites definitely

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    1. Sewing isn't as hard as it may appear Alejandra. You just need to start with something simple to gain some experience and more importantly, confidence. Try sewing a small cushion/pillow for one of your dolls and then some sheets . . . it's all straight sewing, nothing too complicated.
      Good luck :)
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    2. Hey you are welcome, I just wish I could do face-ups as good as you. :)

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  4. Beautiful fabrics. You have a good eye for choosing lovely things.
    Hmm, I just tried making some sheets and a couple of pillows for a bed, and believe me, you CAN sew crooked! I cannot even sew in a straight line! I thought it would be very easy, but I now see that sewing is NOT my forte. I will leave it to talented people like you Xanadu!

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    1. Isabelle, tell Sam to rule a line on the fabric with one of those pencils that has a "lead" that disappears in the wash, it will help you sew a straight line. You can find them in quilting supply shops. Please don't give up, sewing is fun. :)
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