Fabric Friday – Planning for a Project

Stonehenge Fat Quarters

I will readily admit to you that it is rare for me to purchase fabric for a whole project. Typically, I dive into my stash of scraps, pulling bits and pieces from here and there until I have just the right mix of fabrics. The hunt is part of what I love best, and that joy is increased by the generosity of my friends, who pass on their bits and pieces to me.

Even so, from time to time, I do things in reverse.

The gorgeous selection of Stonehenge you see here is one of those times. I have an upcoming project that will be done completely from this fantastically stone-textured fabric for no other reason than I think it will capture exactly what I want to say with my project.

What project might that be? Well, you’ll just have to wait and see!

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3 thoughts on “Fabric Friday – Planning for a Project

  1. Debbie

    Hey Jennifer, lovely fabric! I’ve been looking at your website and you are a very talented person. have you thought about making the “Farmer’s Wife” patterns into paper-piecing? They’d definitly be easier, also, do you have a pattern for a Halloween pumkin or Halloween cat? I need them to be at least 2 to 3 inches in size.

    Thanks so much!


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