Once again I have succumbed to the lure of bargain fat quarters. The LQS that used to offer them for $1.00 every so often has raised the price to - gasp - $1.09. Still, at the equivalent of $4.36 a yard, a bargain.
One of my goals for 2018 is to make donation quilts, to piece and/or quilt one a month for a goal of 10 donation quilts this year. Even though they'll mostly be baby, kid, or lap sized, they still require a certain amount of fabric. Using bargain fabric of good quality enables me to do this. So I stocked up on some FQs.
Masculine: I have a lot of girly prints in my stash and I'm aiming toward a mix of masculine and feminine donation quilts, so I chose prints that read masculine or can work as neutral backgrounds and blenders.
More good blenders and low volume, but I couldn't resist a couple of feminine prints, too, that will coordinate with something I already have.
Some themed prints that coordinate nicely with existing solids in my stash; and a geometric that could be a background combined with brights for a cute kid's quilt.
So, 3-3/4 yards in so far this year puts my stash busting goal a bit behind already. I'm sure this isn't the last I'll add to my stash this year, but I have plenty of time to make up for it.
Link up: Sew Fresh Quilts