Wednesday, 28 March 2018

Never Never Land

My big sister has been a big influence on my quilting hobby - basically as the one who taught me how to do it!

She still is a big influence as she likes to send me links to material and patterns that she likes or she thinks I might like - we can be a pretty bad influence on each other, because we usually end up making purchases instead of talking the other one out of something!

Fast forward to me receiving a link for the beautiful Riley Blake Neverland fabric by Jill Howarth. I love the story of Peter Pan, and fell in love with this fabric! Now big sister did suggest we buy a charm pack and use some of it each to make a cushion. Seems sensible, right?


I loved the fabric, and thought the charm squares would be too small to show it off. I tried to get hubby to talk me out of buying enough for a quilt and going for the sensible charm pack option....I think he's as addicted to fabric as me!

As I'm sure you're not surprised - I now own the layer cake of the fabric! Not the best pictures but I don't want to influence too many people into buying it!! Haha!








7 comments:

  1. beautiful and extra special if you love never never land........looking forward to seeing what you make from it.......

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  2. Gorgeous fabric - I can see why you are so addicted.

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  3. That fabric is just soooo very CuTe.... xox

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  4. Looks like a great buy - irresistible! xx

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  5. Look forward to seeing what you make with the fabric..

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  6. What fun fabric, Bethan! And how nice to have an older sister who shares your love of fabrics :)

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  7. These are great! I can't wait to see what you put together with it!

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