I couldn't pass up this Moda print though. It was $2.50/yard and there were bolts of it. I opted for 8 yards to use for quilt backs. I think I've mentioned before that though I have a nice stash of lots of fabrics but I rarely buy more than 1 yard of fabric. However, at this price, for quilt backs, I thought it was a good neutral to suit a couple upcoming projects. I usually say if I don't have a specific project in mind and like a certain fabric I will buy a fat quarter, if I really like it, I buy a half yard and if I LOVE it I buy a yard.
I really LOVE this Japanese manufactured piece but I only have a fat quarter (at this point). I didn't use it at Bryce, Mostly I'm just enjoying staring at it.
I did take this piece to Bryce to use but I didn't get far enough in my baskets yet to use it but I am keeping it handy so I can cut a piece for "Going to Market".
I didn't use this one either. I have a half yard so plenty for fussy cutting and maybe a basket.
This one is more of a thicker weight bark cloth fabric. I did think it would make a cute basket but just didn't seem right with my others when I got it out to compare. Maybe later.
I'm pretty sure I'll use this one for one of the smaller baskets. Red apple trees just say "happy" to me.
I have one more post to finish up Bryce next week. I really need to crack the whip and get all my fabric and accessories put away. I haven't had the time or inclination yet but I can't stand the confusion I'm working in. I had to come home to some more urgent projects but I will set aside some weekend time to fold and organize. I wonder if I can get some helpers in the hive to lend a hand? No school here today so I'll see what I coax out of the younger two.