IN: 3 yards
OUT: 7-3/4 yards
I'll tally up the totals for the month/YTD at the end of the month.
So what did I score at the FQ sale? Some great stash enhancers:
More greens - you know I have a thing for greens. I used greens in Broken Chevron and in a potential publication project I haven't shown on the blog. You'd think I'd be over greens by now, but I still love them. At some point I still want to make a Four Corners Cut and Shuffle Quilt using greens.
Periwinkle, navy, magenta: so pretty, and I have very little of these colors in my stash. It's nice to branch out for some variety.
Some basic stash builders. I have very little in patriotic colors so these will be handy for QOV blocks whenever someone is having a QOV block drive. Plus, they're versatile enough stash basics that they're not limited to just patriotic projects.
I think I did all right for my $12.94 spent!
Speaking of spending, here's the 2015 fabric recap:
- $1031.87 spent on fabric (includes tax and shipping; does not include batting or notions)
- 160-1/4 yards acquired in 2015 from all sources (includes purchases, free table, etc.)
- Average cost per yard $6.44
- Pretty good considering regular price for quilting cottons is approaching $12 per yard on average now.
Linking up with Judy at Patchwork Times and with Molli Sparkles.