Sunday Stash #32 – Let Me See You Sushi Roll
Here we are once again, Sunday afternoon, and I somehow have some mroe fabric to show you. Seriously y’all, I’m starting to get a complex. (If you don’t see me around here next week it’s because I’ve checked into fabric rehab. Or, more likely, I’m buried under my mountains of fabric. Either way, call for help!)
A good friend of mine, Gabs, dropped this pile of goodies off at the apartement a few weeks ago. When she showed up with a black trash bag stuffed to the brim, I gave her that “This ain’t no Goodwill, sister” look, only to have her open it and see it was busing with fabric. “Okay, you can stay!”
Apparently, her boss’s niece’s cousin’s friend is a sushi chef, and he wanted to make some cushions, but after a half-assed attempt, he gave up. The good news is I got his goody bag of project failure. While the Japanese motifs are not really my thang (there are 8 similar panels) there’s 1.5 meters each of these coordinating fabrics. Girl, you know I gotta get my sushi roll on!
That orange-red sketch-like fabric is worth a gold star sashimi plate alone. But you throw in the other two, and it’s like feasting on a shushi platter that’s all for you. (Don’t you hate when sushi is served at events, and you have to act all demure and only have one or two pieces, but really, you can eat about seventeen? Then you have to wait until everyone’s had some and then go back and get what’s left over, but all that is there is like the eel, and really, who wants eel, and even more really, who ordered it in the first place? I. Know.)
Linking up with Fiona at Finding Fifth for this week’s Sunday Stash-a-thon!
You should do the same.