These parcels were both bought on very good sales, and lots of the fabric was clearance - my goal was to do some stash building. I bought from Hypernoodle Fabrics in the US, who not only had a significant discount on all stock, they also offered international shipping at domestic rates. I'd never bought anything from there before, but their service was great and I found their website very easy to navigate. I also bought a nice selection from Craft Depot in Sydney, who I have visited IRL a few times as they are two suburbs away from my dad's place. I usually stop in there when I'm in Sydney and check out their extensive range of $9.99m fabrics. Their website is also nice to navigate and the postage was pretty good too.
Wanna see what I got?
|I'm always looking to add to my low volume collection.|
|Some Jennifer Paganelli goodness. In all the colours. And on sale no less!|
|Random warm tones for stash building.|
|Random neutrals for stash building.|
|Random cool tones for stash building.|
|I don't often buy multi-coloured prints, but these were all irresistible.|
|Dandelion goodness in my girls' favourite colours.|
|Girl #2 love purple. Since good purples are hard to find, I always, always buy it when I see good stuff.|
|More neutral goodness.|
|And a few more pretty little stash builders.|
|Chevron meets sketch... what more could you ask for?|
This will be the last Sunday Stash post out of me for quite some time... now I've had this little binge I've decided that next year will be time for a fabric diet - but that's something for another post.
Meanwhile, I'm linking up with the lovely Fiona, who is hosting her second last Sunday Stash before handing the reins over to Molli Sparkles in 2014.