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no more stash busting — insatiable need

stash boosting

by Valerie

in custom work,fabric

…which is the opposite of stash busting, of course. I don’t even pretend to do that anymore.

black and white abstract ikea printblack and white abstract

These two black and white abstract prints are from Ikea, and the awning-style stripes below are vintage. Bright, aren’t they?

yellow navy red and whitenavy, blue, orange and white

Anyway these are the latest additions to the fabric gallery. All of these are heavier-weight cotton canvas, perfect for the notepads and pocketbooks. I seriously doubt this will be my only stash update before the holidays, but it’s never too early to start thinking about your gifting needs no?


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Linnette November 23, 2010 at 10:28 pm

These black and white prints should be illegal. They are just too gorgeous for words. Can’t wait to see what you’re going to do with them, and the awning stripes!! Lordy. The colors are divine. Keep up the good work Val. You know I love everything you do. Your taste and creativity are awesome.



Valerie December 2, 2010 at 5:18 am

I think we all know where I got my eye for color and pattern. 🙂


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