Sunday, June 28, 2015

Sunday Stash - Candy Coated Collections

So my MMQG pal, Aimee from Candy Coated Quilts, has done it again. As if her pixel quilts weren't awesome enough (really... pop over and check them out), she's created some wicked good Kona FQ packs.
Somehow I managed to miss showing off the June bundle. Some lovely greens to build my stash (as though it really NEEDED building)

From the top, there's Ash, Snow, Sprout, Chartreuse, and Grass. Gets me thinking about springtime leaves. For the past couple weeks, it seems like the world is just a little bit greener each time I look out the window. So welcome after this winter's Snowmageddon.

And yesterday, Aimee popped in to our MMQG Sew In to drop off the July bundle. Yummo!
I love that she's taken to labeling them as well. One less step for me to do when I add them to the stash. Mind you, the labels will have to come off for my required pre-wash and ironing!
I can hardly wait to see what she and her team (okay... her husband) come up with next month. We (her fairly small circle of loyal subscribers) keep telling her she should go global. You know, in her spare time.

I'm linking up today with the fabulous Molli Sparkles for
Molli Sparkles

Now it's time to get away from the computer and get back to sewing!

J

10 comments:

  1. I'm loving these colors! Then again anything solid tends to make my heart flutter! Does Aimee just pick up the fabric, cut and distribute to all of you? Her combinations are great and now I can't wait to see what the next one is!

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  2. I love her inspiration photo to go along with the July bundle, too. Pre labeling them is so helpful! :)

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  3. I love the cards to go with them!

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  4. I've fallen fast and hard for Kona's I feel like, so this sunday stash sends my heart aflutter. She has an awesome eye for color combos, I'd definitely support her going global! :)

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  5. I haven't broken into my package yet...I knew I'd get sidetracked petting the fabric. Such wonderful colours!!!

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  6. Those colour combinations are fabulous! I love the idea of labelling them. Whenever I get new solids, I cut a swatch off the selvedge and I'm making my very own colour card out of them. So useful when I'm trying to identify a colour from my stash (when I need to order more lol!)

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  7. such goodness. i eagerly await the next bundle

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  8. I always prewash too. The ironing bit ... I leave that as long as I can!
    You can never have too much green. I find I need it for appliqu├ęd leaves and for toning down my usual surfeit of pink.

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  9. Aw shucks! I'm glad you guys like them!

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  10. Awe :) They look wonderful! I may have to join the club :)

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