14 thoughts on “so many projects, so little time……….

  1. Beautiful prints.. I really like the one in the foreground below others (in the first photo). My mother also loves buying cloth for sewing stuff. She buys a lot more than she sews 😛

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    1. I seem to have the same problem. I have another twenty five or so pieces of fabric in my sewing room!

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      1. I can understand.. My mum has some pieces that she bought (or my grandmother gifted her) about 25 years back..the time she got married..

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      2. wow…….I wish I could afford some fabrics from India……….they are so incredibly beautiful!

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      3. Yes they are! You should definitely buy fabric when you visit.

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      4. I already own 45 pashmina……….found them in Israel of all places..all tagged Made in India…LOL

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      5. Haha.. I don’t have much knowledge about the fabrics.. I only understand the designs and prints 🙈🙈

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  2. Love the paisleys and the black one with the cool circle/not circles. Yay fabric!

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  3. Nice haul you got there! It’s so easy to get carried away in the fabric shops. I used to make most of my tops, which turned out good. Tried pants…didn’t work out. What I really like making is throw pillows. I used to get t shirts with sayings or designs on them at the yard sales, cut them up and make pillows from them.

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    1. i just finished a quilt made entirely from old plaid flannel shirts! It’s become an obsession!

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  4. Suze, listen now to your ole buddy Gabby. Women your age need hobbies to keep ’em outta trouble. LOL

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    1. grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

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      1. Surely, you mean BRRRRRRRRR, it’s cold up there

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      2. yeppers..it’s 40 brisk degrees today and wednesday will be 75……..crazy place!

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