Wednesday, October 07, 2015

Low Volume Swap

I'm participating in the Tone It Down low volume charm swap that Chelsea and Michelle are again hosting. I still have all of my charms from the last swap and once I get this batch I'll have enough for a good sized project. I even have one in mind.

Here is what I've sent off.  It's One in a Minion fabric from Quilting Treasures. First off, let me say that I had a really hard time photographing this fabric but if you look closely you can see the minions. When you step back a bit, it's not very obvious.


I hope the others in the swap like it and don't think it's corny.


8 comments:

  1. I think it'll be great to sneak into a quilt. As you say, it's not very obvious unless you look closely!

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    1. Thanks, I hope so. I think it will add a bit of whimsy to a project since you have to look closely to find it.

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  3. I sent mine on Monday~your fabric is great. It's fun to get different fabrics from other peoples point of view. My AGF fabrics are still sitting neatly in my zip lock bag...someday...someday :)

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  4. I'm in the swap and I think it is awesome, Diana! So fun! :) I can't wait to see what we get from everyone.

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  5. fits very well into the low volume catagory

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  6. It is subtle corny. I like that. It is a sneaky inside joke, only known to those who snuggle up in whatever quilt is made with it.

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  7. LOL ... I love minions! I still have a set left over from last year and I plan to make a kids quilt so this is perfect :). I cannot wait to see all fabric and sort it!

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