Tuesday, November 10, 2009

One... or Both!



I'm almost thinking I'll add BOTH of these designs to my nursery fabric stash (more info in my last post)... the Lizzy House Woods would be my "large" print, and the Flower Child (2nd one) could be great for binding on the quilt... and maybe a stuffed animal or two. Its not a large print (from what I can tell without seeing it in person) but still modern and bright. Yeah; might have to grab both of these, then I can start my extensive to-do list. Oh, one is already done, a stroller quilt! I used it to "practice" my free-motion quilting, sneaky eh? I'll take some photos soon.

So... if for any reason you see why these two additional fabrics should NOT be purchased, speak now or forever hold your peace.

14 comments:

elle said...

Peace Baby Peace!

8^)

Jessie Lathroum said...

I LOVE that Flower Child fabric!! SO bright and fun!

Jessie

Jody said...

Get both ☺ Absolutely.

wishes, true and kind said...

Both. Definitely both :)

Stephanie said...

Purchase, purchase, purchase... what are you waiting for... PURCHASE!!! :)

Blue Is Bleu said...

Without reading what you'd written what each fabric would be for, I'd thought exactly that... so I agree fully! Plus I'm just very fond of the Lizzy House fabrics hehe

CitricSugar said...

As a person with a few Lizzy House Woods fat quarters in her stash, I can be nothing but an enabler here.

Go for it and go big. :-)

Chris said...

Oh yes, get both. The shapes compliment each other and of course the colors do, as well. But I think it adds more interest with two different shapes. Anyway, don't we always need a practical reason to buy more fabric?

Katie B. said...

Yes! I love the Flower Child. That's going to make a great binding.

whatktmadenext said...

I'm firmly in the both camp too :)

Sunshine Girl said...

I love the Lizzy House Collection. You should probably get them all! I support all of my fabric junkie friends.
Congratulations on having a boy!

Cristin said...

Both it is! And then some :-)

Sue said...

I'm definately at peace. LOL shhhh don't ruin the peace.
They are both so gorgeous.

Cheryl Arkison said...

Those are both great additions to the fabrics you already chose! Fantastic.
It is so hard to make your own baby's quilt. So much pressure that we put on ourselves. At least, that's how I felt.