First, I'll start with some patterns. A mix of vintage and modern, as well as a doll pattern that I searched for quite a while to find.
This is a swatch that I got from Spoonflower on their free swatch day. I know they are all the craze right now, but I'm not that impressed with the quality of the fabric, especially for the price they charge. I will either stick with prints from someone else of good quality, or make my own printed fabrics. I'm just glad this was free.
The Sew Weekly. I'm thinking I may make a skirt (or two) out of it, or maybe see if I can squeeze out a dress. I love that she included some buttons and matching piping with the fabric.
Lizzy House's fabrics and love her designs. This print is going to become an apron.
With fall coming, I'm craving some new yarn projects (and really need to finish some things I didn't last winter). I have plenty of yarn though, so I won't buy any of that until there's a good sale or I start something new that requires it. I've been approached to make some items for an old high school classmate, which is pretty exciting. I don't make it a secret to anyone that I do want to be working for myself and supporting myself through craft.
Tomorrow, I will be sharing my travel watercolor kit and a sketch of a project I'm doing for my ceramics class. I am also working on a quilt design and will be making a sample block for it before I reveal the pattern. I did some searching online and didn't find anything like it. It will include regular piecing, applique, and a little embroidery. I've been working on some other WIPs as well, most of which have been centered on finishing my kaleidoscope quilt. Once I have the top finished, I will show it off.
I hope you enjoyed seeinga little of my stash. Is anyone interested in seeing more of these posts?