Sunday Stash #37 – Fugly Fabric Party

Thankfully, no new fabrics this week! It’s the first week in ages that random fabrics haven’t been knocking down my door. I know it’s strange, but I just don’t think I could take anymore at the moment. I was totally inspired by the You Show Me Yours, I’ll Show You Mine linky party hosted by Sarah Quilts, that I decided it was time to bump my organisation up a notch. So this week, completely serendipitously, I was given (for free!) fourteen new bins to store my scraps! Time to fill ’em up!
Sunday Stash #36 from last week is probably still fresh in your mind. I mean, how could you forget these divine, satin pieces of Japan loveliness. I love these metre cut pieces with their steroid threads so much, I want to honour them by giving them to an even better home! (If you love something set it free, right?) Thankfully, Lucy from Charm About You is having a Fugly Fabric Party which is all about finding new homes for those less than ideal pieces in your collection.

I’d happily give these away (recipient to pay shipping), but I’d much rather trade! If you have something you think I might like (white tone on tone fabrics?) let me know. Otherwise, leave a comment telling me you just want them so bad and I’ll draw a winner at the end of the week.
Linking up with Fiona at Finding Fifth for this week’s Sunday Stash-a-thon!
You should do the same.    

Also, linking up with Lucy from Charm About You for this week’s Fugly Fabric Party!
I hope you don’t have to do the same.

Who you callin’ fugly?

10 Responses

  1. Have you forgotten your Intrepid box that I estimate should land on your desk sometime this week? 😉

  2. Leo says:

    Please please don't include me in the drawing – you can have lmost any fabric from my stash if you make sure that chineese shiny stuff won't come within a thousand miles of me. It will disappoint you though – there's not really any white in it – apart from some backing yardage with colourful dots on white.

    You really are doing your scrap management wrong if you need 14 boxes.

  3. Vera says:

    Those fabrics are not truly fugly (sure I had to look that up) but working with satin is definitely fugly for most of us.

  4. Oh man, my scraps need some help like that! Glad you were inspired, you know I was! Although I've been on a real buying binge since then so I don't know if it was a good kind of inspired…

  5. Chelra says:

    One woman's fugly is another woman's charm

  6. Laura says:

    Hmm, I do actually adore satins, but… I have some 'pearl' that I could swap but that's only a Spottie one. Sigh. I don't need this anyway… But you go girl for joining in!

  7. Mishi Kichi says:

    Hahahaha 2funny!! U cant even give these away rofl
    Having said that I like them (4shizzle) but that's just the ninja in me 😉

  8. Helen says:

    Molli, did you see the grey (I mean pewter) batik Miss Fiona is giving away as fugly!! Just sayin' it is totally your bag 🙂

  9. oh dear!! I think what you should do is make them into a Kimono and then have that be a giveaway – I'd enter for that!! 😉

  10. Lindi says:

    Stakka Bins! I have 26 of them and that's still not enough! But they sure are great. 🙂

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