Friday, September 9, 2011

My latest FQ bundle

Fat Quarterly Fabric Pack

I had such fun putting together my last fat quarter bundle with the Fat Quarter Shop that I've been itching to do it again. And with bees on the brain, it's no wonder that I built my latest fabric pack around Melody Miller's Cross Stitch Bee print from her Ruby Star Spring line. I loved playing off of the shades of pink, plum, orange, teal and raspberry to pull together this fun mix.

Want to read more about it? Check out my post on the Fat Quarterly blog. You can also see this fabric pack -- and learn more about me! -- on Sharon's blog today.

Want to purchase this fabric pack? It's available at the Fat Quarter Shop.

Have a wonderful weekend! Me? I'll be playing host to 12 7 and 8 year-old girls tonight. It's my twin girls' 7th birthday, and they begged and pleaded for a sleepover party. Wish me luck ... and send me strength!!


  1. Ooh, that's just gorgeous. I've been eyeing your other bundle, too. They're both great. Good luck with the sleepover this weekend! Check in on Monday so we know you survived. ;)

  2. Those fabrics are so kool together. Just love your last fat qtr bundle. Being on a very, very limited buget, I will just add it to my wish list.

  3. I haven't sewn the last bundle and you have added another?!

    ... white knuckles ...

    Can't buy another until I have used the first one!

  4. Wow. I already loved this Melody Miller fabric...but now you've gone and added a few of my other favs too. This rocks. Thank you so much for such a great bundle. Now if I could just hint to the Mr. that this would make such a great gift... ha!

  5. Hi
    I just found your blog the other day - lovely stuff. I am very new to the whole quilting thing, and although I am an experienced textile artist, I am finding myself very over whelmed by fabric choices! I would appreciate any advice you can give me, in particular in regards to fat quarter bundles - I'm only really interested in large scale quilts (not mini projects) so are they are worthwhile buy? Equally, I would appreciate any advice on how much fabric is good to buy (in general) eg. I see some fabric and I LOVE it, but don't have a pattern for it yet (I'm sure you know what I mean!) Anyway, sorry for the lengthy comment.
    Thanks in advance