Another new Stash Pack!
Before I get into all of the new and restocked fabrics this week, I'll just post this little reminder.
I will be away the entire month of August so I will not be doing any dyeing or shipping that month. If you need fabric be sure to get it in July. Any custom orders (which might include Shades Packs) will be processed in September.
This week's news is much smaller than last week! I have one new Stash Pack for you and that should complete the Stash Pack collections for a few weeks. This new pack is Piedmont and is orange themed. When I was selecting the dye colors I was thinking Southwest as my inspiration but when it was done it reminded me of the red clay of the Piedmont area that's east of the Blue Ridge. I grew up in the Piedmont and all of our clothes were covered with these colors after playing outside.
Each Stash Pack has 10 fat eighths of fabrics in a variety of color combinations and color texture. I love them for scrappy style quilts but I think most people use them for elements in art quilts. You can use them any way you want!
Each Stash Pack has 5 streaky fabrics and 5 mottled fabrics. Here are larger views of 6 of the fabrics. The fabrics you receive will not look exactly like these but they will be these colors and general textures. I dye 2 yards of each fabric in the collection and the nature of dyeing fabric like this means that there's lots of variety over that 2 yards. Each fat eighth is a gem on it's own. There are so many possibilities for fussy cutting applique or landscape elements.
Fabric of the Week
The fabric of the week is the Marrakesh Gradient. It's 20% off through Sunday.
7/13/2022 07:09:19 am
That new stash pack really captures the red dirt/red clay that we also know well in Alabama. I had a few of those stains in my clothes as a child.
7/18/2022 01:27:45 am
Have a wonderful month off. Glad I got my order in just under the wire :-)
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I'm Vicki Welsh and I've been making things as long as I can remember. I used to be a garment maker but transitioned to quilts about 20 years ago. Currently I'm into fabric dyeing, quilting, Zentangle, fabric postcards, fused glass and mosaic. I document my adventures here.