Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Fabric I bought in Charm

I wasn't planning to buy much fabric this trip, but if I saw some fabric that would go with pieces I already had in my stash or really good deals I was going to take it home! I checked out the music fabric and these came home with me. I volunteered to make a music theme quilt for a public radio fundraiser next year and these prints will fit in nicely.

Then there was the odds and ends. There were a 3 yard and 1 3/4 yard pieces of white Kona that were headed downstairs to the flat flolds $4 table that I snagged. I got 20% off of that and I found a 3/4 yard piece of 120" wide that I can cut in half, insert some printed fabric, and use for the back of a baby quilt. At $4 minus 20% is a good deal. Normally it would be $9.98 a yard. I went ahead and marked each piece so I would know what the fabric was and the size for the future.

I got this tennis fabric for $6.00 - 20% - it was headed to the yard bin. The tea dyed muslin was in the bargin basement for $2.00 a yard minus 20%. I bought 4 yards.

I found a 1/2 yard piece of this great dotted fabric in the red and then found on the bolt the piece with the gray dots. The gray dots were $8.98 a yard with 20% off. I loved it so much I bought 5 yards. I can see it going with lots of fabrics.

I found this great neutral fabric for $6 at yard in the bargin basement. It will make a great background fabric. With the discount I paid $4.80 a yard and there was 6 yards.

A customer came to my cutting station with this fabric and I just had to have a piece of this great gray and pink small print.
Here is the piece with the other fabrics I already had in my stash. It goes perfectly with them and and is the small scale print that I needed.

Remember the twin girls that were born last year? Here they are at there first birthday party sitting on the quilts I made them.

This morning's sunrise

2 comments:

Vicki W said...

Those are some great bargains!

QuiltSwissy said...

I am so jealous, you got great fabrics at great prices.

The girls are precious.

glen