Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Stash Building

This is the major portion of my fabric purchases in Pennsylvania last week. There were some quarter yard cuts, too, but then have already been shelved. Most of these came from Sauder's in Denver, PA, but some are from Burkholder's, also in Denver. This was a first time visit there, as was the last stop we made, Martin's Country Markets, a quilt store above a grocery, in Morgantown, PA. Quite an unusual shop. The prices were great there; about the same as Sauder's. The fabric was in a kind of balcony overlooking and old fashioned small town grocery store.
I couldn't decide which of these reds that I wanted the most, so, of course, I bought them all. What's a girl to do? They are really good ones. I think the one on the left is a Windham, and is a madder and black, and the other three are all Jo Morton's, I believe.
I packed light to allow for fabric, and it was a good thing, because I filled it up, and, boy, was it heavy! The baggage carrier actually asked me what I had in there, and I don't think he understood when I told him it was fabric for quilting.


antique quilter said...

some great purchases there!!!
I hope to be shopping there on Monday:)

Lori said...

It looks like some great additions to the stash. Love the reds!

Louise said...

Beautiful repro fabrics, and the reds are great. It's not always to find good repro reds. (At least that would be my justification!)