Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Stashing Geometrics

As of late, I've been craving single tone geometrics.  Don't you just love how they mix and match with other lines so well?  Here's my stash-building splurge.

Freebird Ovals & Buttoned Up

Freebird Ovals by Moda in grass, nest, ice and melon, plus Buttoned Up in plum by Anna Maria Horner (not a tonal geometric, I know, but one of the few Good Folks I've never owned).

Modern Meadow Herringbone

Herringbone from Modern Meadow by Joel Dewberry in pond, timber and maple.

Modern Meadow Nap Sack

Nap Sack from Modern Meadow by Joel Dewberry in sunglow, sunset, berry and lake.

All of these treats were purchased through Etsy, with Buttoned Up arriving from my sponsor Sew Love Fabrics and all the rest found at Down Shadow Lane.


  1. Gorgeous new fabrics!!! I love them all, especially the herringbone. They are fantastic, great buys!!

  2. You picked up some great prints! Love all the Modern Meadow! The herringbone prints are really versatile! :)

  3. The fabrics you chose are so rad! I can't wait to see what you make of them:)

  4. I love all of those prints! I know what you mean about the tonal geometrics; they blend so nicely when you don't want to use a solid. They also make great bindings...

    Jennifer :)

  5. I love the Freebird Ovals and the Nap Sack prints --- I'm going to have a look right now! I am also sharing some new fabrics on my blog. Lots of colorful prints, as usual. ; )

  6. I can see that one must be very, very disciplined in order to not drop tons of cash on fabric.

  7. These are my favorite types of fabrics -- I _always_ go for tonals and geometrics


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