Sunday Stash #15: A Baker’s Dozen Blenders

At the beginning of the month I placed an order at Pink Chalk Fabrics during their (still ongoing) fabric liquidation sale and filled in some of the color gaps in my stash of blenders. I've decided I really like blenders. A lot. They arrived this week and did not disappoint. I think I'll be working some of these into my IG mini swap mini quilt that I've yet to design or start. ;-) (Note: I think part of the reason that I'm trying to finish up some old WIPs is that I really want to dive into some new fabric without old project guilt.)

Eloise Renouf Shape Of Spring Full Circle in Sunshine and Midnight and Modern Quilt Studio The Color Collection Rain Chain Yellow

 

Alison Glass Sun Print Bike Path Prussian, Cori Dantini Merry Stitches Tiny Seed Red and Zen Chic Figures Points Oceans

 

dear Stella Confetti Dot in Sun, Parrot, Navy and Fire

 

Lizzy House Pearl Bracelet in Pond, Anchor and Swiss Chard

Linking up with Sunday Stash by Molli Sparkles.

6 thoughts on “Sunday Stash #15: A Baker’s Dozen Blenders

    1. sarah

      Post author

      "Blenders are quilting prints with an abstract, tone-on-tone or washed appearance that help blend the different components of the quilt together." says fabric.com ;-)

      Reply
    1. sarah

      Post author

      Thanks, Cathy. I have used some other colors of pearl bracelets and I'm pleased to have grabbed some more.

      Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *