(Add another to the unfinished list!)
Film in the Fridge
I’m happy to introduce you to my newest sponsor, Jones & Vandermeer! This great shop offers up a wide selection of beautiful fabrics (as well as yarns, buttons, beads and ribbons). I love shops that carry unique items, and this one certainly fits the bill. Not only do they carry great items, but they write such great descriptions for all their products! I love browsing the new arrivals for fun new fabrics I might not find elsewhere.
My most recent order included the fabrics above – the middle print is one of my current favorite Liberty of London prints, and those on either side are new Yuwa Botanical Study prints. I particularly love that coffee color shown at the bottom. Don’t they look great together? They’d make a good start towards putting together a color scheme similar to Hazel’s patchwork quilt.
I also picked up a fat quarter pack of these new Sevenberry Neons. Fun, right? I love the contrast of the neons on the nice cotton/linen background.
Want to win some of those neons? Jones & Vandermeer is kindly offering up a fat quarter bundle to one lucky commenter. Please leave a comment here telling me what you’d make out of these great fabrics (I don’t have plans for mine yet, so ideas would be welcome!).
I’ll select a winner on Sunday evening. And in the meantime I hope you’ll take a little peek at the Jones & Vandermeer shop – I have a feeling you’ll find something you love!
Update! Random.org selected number 97, Kim, who thinks these neons would look great in a modern quilt. I agree with her! Hopefully Kim will be able to put these great fabrics to good use!
So the time has come again. It’s time to air my dirty laundry, er, unfinished quilt tops, in hopes that it motivates me to get some of these finished! I wrote a similar post a little over a year ago, and I’m sad to say that several of those quilts shown then remain unfinished. And of course many more have been added to the list. It’s time to get some quilt backs made! Want to see what’s in the unfinished quilt closet these days?
I spy some favorites up there! Then there are a few that I hesitate to quilt for fear of not doing them justice, and a few that I’ve fallen out of love with. But I would love to see them all finished, and now that they’re all rounded up here, I’m going to do my best to cross a few off the list! As before, any votes on what to start with first? And of course, if you have your own embarrassing list of unfinished quilts, do share!
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