I'm going to buy it, take it home and add it to the stash. It's the possibilities that keep me excited about buying fabric.
I'm an ENFJ personality type. It's hard for us to commit to a decision because it stops all the other possibilities.
I got the top fabric at the Joyful Quilter in a little prepackaged bag, pig in a poke, for $2. I used a similar fabric in A MOO HA Go ahead and click here to see that one!
I let it simmer in the stash for years, then poof! there was the perfect place to use it. A non quilting husband of my friend said he didn't hoard 2x4's so he didn't get a fabric stash concept. I said Hoffman doesn't limit production of your slats of lumber does it?
The black and white fabric was found at Adirondak Quilts in NY on the sale rack. At first I thought it was Betty Boop, which would be enough reason to buy it. Then on closer inspection it was sewing ladies from the 1930's! Score! I love a black and white anyway because of graphics and you can hand dye them. But fancy vintage ladies hand sewing while wearing heels?? Come on!
Are you kidding me?? Have we met ?? OMG the possibilities abound!
I opened the orange scrap bin yesterday, took out fabric to make the sugar cone blocks, and now the bin won't close again. There is less fabric and yet it won't close.