First stop was Sew Hut. I was able to find a few fat quarters in each of the colors that I needed. They were folded so nicely.
Second stop was Quilt in a Day. Who can pass up $6.00 a yard? If you finish the bolt, then it drops to $5.50 a yard. They had no oranges, but I was able to find some great purples and yellows. I love the pink/purple selection.
Third stop was Elkhorn Quilt Company from Mesa, Az. They had some great modern fabrics, and some awesome bundles. I was able to find an orange fat quarter bundle that I grabbed quickly because it is exactly what I needed to enhance the stash.
There are of course a few exceptions which include if I need something to finish a project I'm working on, the Breakfast Club kit for next semester, and fabric for a baby quilt that I need to make, but currently awaiting further information from the Mom-to-be. This diet includes all craft supplies, so no more yarn, cross stitch kits, fabric, quilt kits or beads. I'm hopeful that I will make it through and come out unscathed. It will just encourage me to work on some projects and finish them, and if I need additional supplies to finish said project I will be able to shop to get my fix but I will still have a purpose for what I'm buying, and nothing else can pop in my basket at the same time. Wish me luck, it started October 1 and goes through to the end of the year, December 31. My husband already tempted me, but I held my ground and said no, he could not figure out why, then I explained that I did not need anything, and realized what he had done LOL!
Come back later to check out my Finish-a-Long goals, and the quilts I saw and took pictures of at the San Diego Quilt Show.
Sharing at Bee Social with Sew Fresh Quilts. Let us see what everyone is working on.