I’ll show you mine if you show me yours…fabric stash that is! There is a great group on Facebook called “One Block Wonder Quilt Forum” that has over 5000 worldwide members. The group feeds the souls of us that are somewhat obsessed with One Block Wonders (OBW). This process was created by Maxine Rosenthal. She has produced 3 books: One Blocks Wonders, One Block Wonders Encore! & One Block Wonders Cubed. All 3 are essential! (Rumor has it there is a 4th in the works!)
I was on Facebook a little while ago and we were talking about our OBW Stashes, how much was too much, etc. Ann B. stated she would love a peak at mine. I proudly stated I had at least 40 six yard pieces of fabric set aside for OBW’s. Well, it’s a good thing we talked.,because my stash is dwindling…I only have 35 six yard pieces set aside! Lord have mercy, I need to go shopping!
Lotus Leaf in 3 colorways by Kaffe Fassett
From left to right: Flowers of the Sun by Windsor, English Countryside by Sue Beavers & Martha Negley by Rowan & Westminster
Memoirs from China by Robert Kaufman, Atlantis by Moda & Golden Jungle by Alexander Henry
I love Cutting up People: Delivery by Timeless Treasures, Heavy Equipment by Alexander Henry & Au Natural also by Alexander Henry
City Scapes by Benartex, Paris by Timeless Treasures & Fantasia also by Timeless Treasures
California Fiesta by Alexander Henry, Holiday Flourish by Robert Kaufman & Historic Highway by Alexander Henry
North by Timeless Treasures, Tigers by Exclusively Quilters & Nature Scapes by Hoffman
Zebras by Exclusively Quilters, Bear Mountain by Exclusively Quilters & Lion Eyes by Alexander Henry
Bewitched by & Misty Jungle both by Alexander Henry
Saturday Evening Post by Quilting Treasures. I’m not sure what I’m doing with this one yet, but I have ideas.
5 six yard pieces of The Wizard of Oz in sepia tones, I have a slight obsession with The Wizard of Oz!
I only have 2 six yard pieces of this Wizard of Oz fabric left!!! Did I mention I have a slight obsession with the Wizard of Oz? But I still have several tubs of The Wizard of Oz fabric.
Well, there you have it. I’m willing to bet there is someone out there that can beat my stash!