Posted by: sandra | July 7, 2011

Look what we got!

It turns out that it was Fed Ex that brought us tons of fabric today!

Fabric that, 1.) you have never seen at Stitch ‘n Stuff before and 2.) that you never thought you would see at Stitch ‘n Stuff!

Are you ready?  Really, take a deep breath!  OK, here we go…

Kaffe Fassett!  Wow!  Isn’t it incredible! And bright!  And I guarantee you that I do not have anything like it in my stash!  How about you?

Look at these from Phillip Jabobs! Oh my…

Finally, Prince Charming from Tula Pink!!!!!

Look at the frogs and can you see the bees?  I love it!  What shall I do with it?  Anybody have any great ideas?????

This is our first shipment of these ‘style’ of fabrics, so outside of the box for us.  You know that means, if you want some you better get in quick!  Also, these sales will determine if we order more of them…

Don’t worry if you are a Civil War reproduction fan, or French General from Moda fan.  We’ll still be carrying a nice selection of these styles. You know, you never forget your first love…

We just wanted to play outside of our usual comfort zone…how about you?  Write a quick “like” or “don’t know yet” comment for us.  We’d love to hear what you think!

Later, Sandra



  1. I love the fabrics. As a matter of fact this week I went to The Quilt Shoppe – which is owned by Tula Pink’s mother here in Missouri – fab shop. Tula was out of town, but lots of great fabrics.
    I also went to the Missouri Star Quilt Company which has all the wonderful YouTube videos on quilting. Nice people two very different shops. Back on Monday.

  2. I love it !!!

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