Good, Bad. Yes, No.
Modern Solid Fat Quarters. Denyse Schmidt. Yea, baby...I said yes!
This was my first ever Mass Drop purchase. I look every once in a while, but it has never gone any further than that. I signed up to receive a notice if this particular box was going to be offered again. Eventually it was. I still wasn't sure I was going to buy it, so after a couple days I went back to check on it. Did you know you can commit to buy an item only if it hits the lowest price?! I was happily surprised and decided to commit to it. And yes, it hit the lowest price!
Just what did I receive? 75, count 'em...75 Fat Quarters! I do believe my solid stash is very well rounded now!
FQ Price: $1.59
Per Yard: $6.35
Yardage: 18 3/4
I'm sure there could be a better price per yard out there. I thought it was very reasonable and did I tell you there are 75 Fat Quarters?!!
Naturally, I have to stare at the colors for a while. Ooh and aww, touch and pet them. What many of us do when we buy a collection and are to afraid to use it! The obvious thing to do is make a rainbow quilt...way too obvious even for me! We'll see. I've only had it a couple days, barely enough time to take it all in!
On another note, I've been busy in the evenings making more EPP Plus blocks. (tutorial available @ Wild Olive Blog)
I used all the Loominous fabric! Now what to do!
I don't want to go much bigger, so I don't think I'll invest in more Loominous. I'm playing with layout ideas and the more you play, the more I become unsure!
Solids on the outside, alternate solids or all mixed together? I will have to make some partial blocks to fill in the gaps around the edges, and then maybe slap a border on it and call it done!
I'm always open to suggestions!! This is another episode of wanting to try something, but not having a plan! Someone should smack me!