The time has finally come -- I need to go on a fabric diet. I've been quilting for about 4 years now and my stash has grown to the point where I need to start using more of the fabrics I have on hand. Since January I've had quite a few fabric acquisitions --
Our local MQG had a fabric auction which is where I got most of the yardage, all of which is a yard or more (some are 5 yards worth!) The 2 small bundles were gifts from Benartex for promoting their new Emagazine, the middle bundle is a Pepper Cory Brushstrokes fat quarter bundle that I purchased through Massdrop, and the Fat Quarter Shop package is the Sherbert Grunge Basics Grey Bundle that I won from Melissa Corry at Happy Quilting.
The photo above doesn't include the yardage that was still in transit that arrived just this week:
On top of my 4 (or is it 5? correction -- it's 8!) layer cakes, 2 jelly rolls, and another unopened fat quarter bundle, I need to stop buying fabric and start sewing with it. So unless the fabric is needed for backing a quilt, there will be no more fabric purchases until further notice.