A new offering from Moonwishes Sewing and Crafts, Moonwishes Stash Builders Christmas Fat Quarters! Ten (10) Fat Quarters in this pack.
I have never understood the concept of stash busting! I love making quilts and especially lots of scrappy quilts and you need lots of fabric to do it. While I started quilting almost 50 years ago, I didn't get real serious about it until Eleanor Burners came out with her Quilt in a Day book in 1978. I have been hooked ever since. Once people know you sew and quilt, the offerings come in of spare fabric and notions as well as finding great quality quilting fabric at thrift, rummage and yard sales. I also buy fabric at the store as well. I have a lot of fabric at this point and I'm sure I won't live to 785 to finish all the projects I have in my head. I DO want to swap sewing machines to Janome's latest Skyline S9 that is both a sewing and embroidery machine. To do so I need to raise the money that won't be covered by the trade in on my machines, so now I am offering to sell parts of my fabric collections to other quilters.
These are Christmas motif fat quarters from fabric sourced from many places. Some of the pieces may have been prewashed, although most have not. I personally hand cut these fat quarters and tried to be generous in case of ruler or rotary wiggle accidents. so most pieces are around 19" X 21-23". Some will need to be ironed, but that is par for the course for any fat quarter you bring home. While not all the fabrics that had a selvedge to say so, I believe that they are all 100% cotton and are from the major quilting fabric companies. Each lot of fat quarters are different, although some lots may repeat fabrics found in other lots. If some of the quarters have a non-straight edge, that has been accounted for in the measuring. Any questions please ask! There are a lot of books out now on using pre-cuts to quilt with. I have always preferred to use my own fabric to make pre-cuts when I run out of 'real scraps (in my current quilt project, I still was running into some scraps left over from my first Quilt in a Day!).
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