Last week I heard tell about an event called "Threadfest." Now, I'm not sure whether I've mentioned it before, but my family? We're festival people. Garlic Festivals, Home shows, RV shows, Coaster Conventions, whatever you can think of. So thread? Festival? Count me in.
It was a fundraiser for a local senior center. There were patterns, notions, and fabric. Lots of fabric. Two dollars a yard fabric. Here's my haul:
Quilting Cotton (for quilts and miscellaneous projects)
Notice the cool vintage snowflake print?
Wool and Wool Blends (I don't actually know the fiber content of any of this. But it definitely feels like wool).
That piece hiding on the bottom is solid light blue.
Other Garment Fabric (silk and silk blends, rayon, some shirting)
I actually do have project ideas for a lot of these pieces, but realistically know I probably won't get to most of them for a while. Some sewing bloggers talk about SABLE--Stash Accumulation Beyond Life Expectancy. I don't think I'm there yet, but I suppose I should watch myself!
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