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July 10, 2009



Fantastic assortment!!! I think stacks of solids are absolutely gorgeous. And so useful! Good call, I say.


Ooh, I'm jealous. Did you buy full yards of each?


I am green with envy... or blue... there is a lot of blue. The last time i went fabric shopping with my friend we looked in each other's carts and had to laugh- somehow i had bought only blue fabrics, and she only yellows.
Can't wait to see what develops out of these!

Erin Compton

Mmmmm, so pretty to look at.

I have a question for you, how do you store/organize these "hundreds of prints" you speak of?


Oh, yes, I think a fabric organization post would be helpful to me, too. Mine right now is sorted into full yardages and nots. And in plastic tubs. And at least two each of those. And yet somehow, I still get a high when I see fabrics that strike my fancy and I start turning the wheels and wondering what I can do with them and I should just buy at least a YARD before it's all gone... :-D


I bought a bunch of Kona when it was on sale earlier this year locally...my friend bought some of each color they had. Smart. I can't tell you how often I go search for a solid and it's so nice to already have it!


It is so yummy, that stack. I think having all of those colors on hand will do much to inspire you. I think I need to go get some myself-but where will I put them?


A woman after my own heart. If you need something buy lots!


My husband got me a stack of solids like that for Christmas this year and I love having them in my stash. They're super handy!


Thanks for posting about the solids - and the price, wow. I love Kona, especially for applique.




I love fabric. I love photos of fabric. I think those are definitely frame worthy :)


Holy cow.


I am definitely LOVING solids right now...what a lovely pile:)


I hear you!

Can I come over and ooooh and aaahhhh over it?

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