Carolyn's Quilter's Mart Haul


Hey there everyone! I hope you’ve started working on the Quilter’s Mart collaboration blocks! I can’t wait to start receiving them!

This week, I’m sharing my Quilter’s Mart haul with you guys. I recently ordered a bunch of fabric and goodies, and I wanted to show you what I got.

Getting packages in the mail is extra exciting at my house. My kids love to run to the front door when we get home from daycare/work in the evening and see if anything is waiting for us. When we got our QM package, I outran them because I was so eager to check it all out!

As you can see, I already tossed all the goodies into a drawer (a new drawer! In my new sewing room/office! We did a makeover, which I’ll show you next week!). I got a few notions, including a big old box of feet! But mostly, I grabbed a lot of fabric.

I was curious to see how big the cuts were in each collection, and I was happily surprised! They’re not quite fat quarters, but I could easily make a baby quilt out of each fabric collection, with the exception of the jelly rolls, which might need some supplementation.

I’m very pleased with the haul, overall. And my mind is swimming with inspiration! Two more friends have babies on the way now, with more potentially coming soon. So having baby quilt supplies waiting in the wings is basically just a good life strategy for me!

Here is a little peek at a few the fabric collections. I won't feature all of them, but I did want to show you my favorites!

This first rainbow dot one is so vibrant and the fabric feels thick and high quality. I am debating whether I want to keep them together or split them up into multiple quilts, because they’ll make great “reads solid” fabrics.

This next one is a fun, modern collection. It has adorable cactus prints, some geometric triangles, and some very sweet flowers. I know a lot of women my age would love these, and I can’t wait to put them together!

This collection is very soft and feminine.. I’m particularly taken with two of the fabrics, which I’m sharing close-ups of below. So whimsical and lovely!

Aren't those great? I can picture them in a quilt for a baby girl. So stunning!

This pile makes me smile (a smile pile!). The foxes and bears are quirky and hilarious, and when my kids saw them, they were smitten as well!

I think I’m going to use the navy and turquoise stripes to make a pillowcase for Ellen’s tiny toddler pillow. The colors match her room perfectly! I’ll give you a little how-to on that sometime in the future!

Well folks, my QM haul lived up to the hype, and I’ll share the things I make with you as they evolve. I hope you feel inspired, and head on over to QM to grab some of our beautiful fabrics yourselves!

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  • Carolyn Knees
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  • Carol McAllister
    Carol McAllister

    I truly love Sandy’s quilt and the colors she has chosen. Would you be able to tell me the name of the quilt block?

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