Sunday Stash #192 – The Second Coming

Some might call Alison Glass a religious experience. I can completely understand why! As I mentioned last week, I began adding to my collection of fine fabric goods (ahem, stash) some of her most recent releases that I purchased from Intrepid Thread. The more I pet them, group them, and rearrange them, the more I realise I’ve missed out on a few holier-than-thou moments. This must be what sinning feels like! I think I need to say a few Hail Marys for my ignorance.

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Ignorance is not bliss, y’all. Ignorance is the inevitable, “What was I thinking?” regret that you get when you didn’t buy the fabric you should have! So now I live my life in an eternal Alison Glass scavenger hunt to see what I might find. It’s a cruel, cruel world, but that’s the price you pay for being a stupid-head. I know you feel me though, because look at these colours! The saturation, richness, boldness… and I’m not just talking about me!

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When you combine these jewel tones with the earth tones from last week, there’s nearly a full rainbow. (Where’d the blues go?) Obviously, this means that a rainbow quilt is definitely on order. I haven’t made one of those in such a long time, and this seems to be the logical inspiration. However, Sun Prints 2017 … hmmm, that’s not far around the corner, and something tells me they could be worth the wait!

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7 Responses

  1. I am definitely loving these jewel tones. I’m thinking she even felt like the blues were out of balance in her collections: hence, Handcrafted Indigos.

  2. Lisa says:

    You’ve got me craving the Allison Glass fabrics Mollie: If I see these I’m gonna have to snap them up.

  3. Linda says:

    Sinning indeed. After one mojito too many I remember telling my 12, 14 and 16 yr old that eating the incredible dessert was as close to orgasm as they could/should get at their age (Much to their gob stopped chagrin). Perhaps this could apply to those sensual fabrics. Chuckle, chuckle Mr Sparkles.

  4. Pat says:

    I love Alison Glass fabrics. Linking up today and enjoying the pretty fabrics in the links. I wandered in from Yvonne’s site and I am happy I did. Thanks for hosting … 🙂 Pat

  5. helen says:

    I have yet to discover the joy of Alison Glass. I’m not really a great one for the shimmer and bling but I really feel drawn towards these

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