But I am committed to showing you some highlights from my stash. Because let's face it. This is the only thing they are currently being used for. Here's the part where you remember I can't sew. Yet.
On the left is a French fleamarket find that I bought from my friend Sheena a couple of years ago. It's waiting to be used for something. Though I did use a small piece for a quilt that my sisters and I made for my Mum.
That purple and white stripe is a no-brainer. It's fabulously soft too. And I have a thing for that hue at the moment.
Underneath, the pink ticking. I love ticking. It's a good stock-standard - that funnily enough, you can't find very often (well I can't anyway).
And the Japanese bluebirds and balloons.. I had a small piece of this from a frolick in Melbourne when my sisters, Mum and I visited last year. I love bluebirds and I love balloons. This one is destined to be in my baby girl's quilt. One day my friends.
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