Sunday Stash #9: Two Quilts Worth of Stash Fabric

So, while I'm sad that I wasn't able to participate in the recent Bay Area Shop Hop since I was away on vacation, when I look at my stash I realize it could be worse. I have some beautiful fabric purchased at past shop hops that I haven't used yet.

my paletteToday I'm sharing this fun pile of fabric purchased during the 2005 Bay Area Shop Hop. I was inspired by Jan Mullen's beautiful quilt Roman Stripez in her 2001 book Cut-Loose Quilts.

Roman Stripez by Jan Mullen 1999

Just looking at my fabric and folding it into cute little rectangles has re-energized my excitement for this project, two quilts using the same 31 fabrics, with unique backing fabrics. Now to find a little time to work on cutting it out.

I'm unsure of my choice of mixing batiks and non-batiks, but I like all the fabrics.

33 fabricslots of greens

the whole stack

11 thoughts on “Sunday Stash #9: Two Quilts Worth of Stash Fabric

  1. Love these fabrics! I've been in the mood to work with yellow, green, and blue for a while and this just reiterates that I really need to do it. Have fun!

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    1. sarah

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      Thank you Bernie... they are in my massive to do list, but there are so many things higher on the list. I might need to reorder. :-)

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    1. sarah

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      I've got the next step of my mystery quilt on the cutting table at the moment, then I think I'm gonna start on these!

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