You won't want to miss ready today's post with a great sale and new Shibori fabrics!
Black Shades and Solid are the Fabrics of the Week!
Before the AQS show I dyed a ton of Black Shades Packs and Yardage. The show wasn't as well attended as everyone expected so I brought home lots of extra inventory, including some of my popular blacks. Now you get the benefit! This week the Black Shades Packs and Yardage are 20% off!
The Shades Packs come in Fat Quarters and Half Yards.
These are great to have in your Stash and also make great gifts for your quilty friends.
While you are stocking up on great deals on Black, don't forget that ALL of the Color Wheel fabrics are on sale every day! That includes the dark, medium and light Stash Packs shown here and the Shades Packs in all 10 colors! Check them out in the shop.
The past 2 weeks I've been really busy restocking my Shibori fabrics and, hopefully I've responded to one of your requests to be able to get more variety in smaller cuts.
I've been asked many times to sell Shibori in smaller pieces. Some people just want more variety and many people want to make something like my Loony Moony project. So people seem to want something between charm packs and fat quarters. How about a happy medium of fat eighths? I created this set of 8 fat eighths of a variety of shibori colors. The colors do transition across each piece from very dark to light so, if you are making moons, you will get a variety across one piece to give you 3 6" moons. If you like these Stash Packs I'll make more in the future.
But, don't worry, I have LOTS of new half yard Shibori pieces for you too! Check them all out in the shop.
Gradients Back In Stock
Christine Cetrulo used the Thrive Gradient in her Mother Earth Art Quilt.
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.
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