These fat quarters have random words and logos on them. I do like fabric with words, letters and numbers. I don't know that I have met many novelty fabrics I didn't like.
What isn't to like about hedge hogs and daisies? I don't know what I'll use this for but I only have a fat quarter. I'll think of something sometime.
Now that I think about it, I'm pretty sure I've shown this fat quarter before on a Friday, but in a different color. I'm auditioning center fussy cut squares so I pulled this one down to muse over.
Another novelty fabric I found, but not in a fat quarter shape. This Heather Ross in chairs used to be flannel pajama bottoms. Now it is an inspiration piece for me. I will cut off the waist band before using, however.
This is a cut from a piece Shelbie bought a while ago. It is some crazy Japanese fairy tale fabric. Shelbie sent me the story that goes along with it but it was so far out I didn't think it would be a bedtime story for Allison. So, I thought it would be fine to cut this up for fussy cut squares, too. Not sure I will ever use the crabs, however. But the bee, tree and house are perfect.
I showed this kitty fabric as a back drop for something else a bit ago. But it is so cute it deserves it's own place in FF. It is kind of a thinner bark cloth type. What will I ever do with it? I don't know.
This last fat quarter is Red Riding Hood. Those of you that read my blog know I'm working on a RRH quilt. I haven't put it away. It is on my "works in progress" table. I am so close to finishing it. I promised myself I would have the quilt ready, quilted and bound for Alpine Days Quilt Show in early August. So I need to remember my promise and try to keep it. This fabric will help me remember. It isn't in the RRH quilt, however. But it is really sweet.
Lots to do this weekend. I hope I get at least a good portion done. Next week's posts Alpine Quilt Group, Jelly Roll Quilt-a-Long progress, and Stash Manicure Guest Blogging. Whew. Have a nice weekend everyone.