A Loopy Fabric Challenge

20131230  My fabrics arrived yesterday for Loopy’s Challenge – The Fabric Version.    Not to late to join in and you can still get the discount for another couple of days.

The Short Stack (fat quarter pack) is Moda Sweet Serenade and then you had to add another fabric from a different company than the Short Stack so I picked the solid on the far left – Birch Mod Basics – in Dark Shroom.  I just might start on this today.  Wallhanging, bag, table runner — more decisions to be made.

A bit of brunch is in order first – as I plan my attack on this fabric, decide what I want to make for my Christmas dinner and take it out of the freezer — Cornish hen, pork loin roast — two favorites so  a tough decision.

 

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6 comments on “A Loopy Fabric Challenge

  1. Love your fabric pack, especially the musical notes ! Can’t wait to see what you decide to do with it. With your temps as they are, it ‘s a great time to stay in and sew/knit. How nice that you are finally seeing blue sky. You really have a lovely view. We miss our cardinals. When we lived in Middleton we had lots of them at our feeders. Apparently the Front Range is not their preferred habitat. It is a sunny 47 this morning. Have a peaceful and relaxing day.

  2. I love the fabrics you picked out. Can’t wait to see what you make. Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy, Healthy New Year!

  3. Denise, you come up with the best looking colors — both for fabrics and yarn. Those are so pretty together. On a cold day here in the St.L area (9 degrees), the pork loin roast sounds yummy to me. Hope you have a blessed Christmas and a healthy and happy New Year.

    • Yes I was leaning towards the roast but my favorite recipe has a cherry preserves and slivered almonds on it — so could you please go pick me up a jar of the preserves AND the almonds so I can make that! LOL I think I may save that for my new years day treat and add the missing ingredients to my grocery list so I remember to get them. I think the Cornish hen will win out this time.

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