I needed to place an order from Fabric.com for some Kona Cotton to do my Dresden Plate quilt. Since I was shopping anyway, I threw in a 3-pound bundle. I really like what I got! With the florals I plan to do a charity quilt to give to guild. The baby fabric might do the same, but I really like them, so maybe someone else will have a baby I need to make a gift for!
From the top, brand and size of cut
Riley Blake - 37"
Robert Kaufman (Dr. Suess) - 17"
Riley Blake- 42"
Riley Blake- 35"
Riley Blake- 37"
FreeSpirit (Noah's Ark) - 35" (you can't see it but the argyle has flamingos on it. So random!)
Windham Fabrics (Daughter's of the American Revolution) - 44"
Windham Fabrics (Mr. K's Calico) - 39"
Windham Fabrics (Mr. K's Calico) - 43"
So pretty much everything is about a yard (one half-yard cut). Nothing is scraps. Good, useable fabric!
In other quilting news today I started the snowflake shadow trapunto quilt. This quilt will be a huge test of my quilting skills- as it needs lots of small scale fillers, and my patience. Today I only did a few squares of the applique (sewing the felt snowflake onto the backing fabric) and it took FOREVER. I'm going to try a different method tomorrow. I'm worried my organza is too shiny, so who knows what it will turn out looking like.