Ha! It's that time again, time to make a dangerous post about fabric buying that makes me want to go shopping. Mainly wanting to share a sampling of what another fabric store offers in their scrap bundles.
I heard of Hawthorne Threads awhile ago, and if you sign up for their newsletter they currently have a giveaway link in it every week, so I get regular reminders of all the great products they carry.
I'd wanted to order some GeoCentric canvas for a travel kit for my husband (Intrepid Thread doesn't carry it or I would've already had it in my grubby hands), so I took the opportunity to grab a couple more fabrics for the Tula Pink QAL @ sew sweetness. I also got a warm and a fresh scrap bundle because I am obsessed with mystery bundles and had been waiting for an excuse to order from Hawthorne so I could check them out.
My package arrived quickly and when I opened it my first thought was "I didn't order any (more) Riley Blake chevrons?!?!?" I soon sorted through the pile and realized that all those fabrics were in fact bits of the bundles.
|Warm Scrap Pack|
Hmm I always like to give a downside to a website. Their main links only show 5 fabrics per collection so you have to click a link to see the entire thing, which is great if you know what you're looking for but you might miss out on seeing the fabric or two from a line you would like if you don't have the time to click on each one, cause there's a lot to look at.
|Fresh Scrap Pack|
Not a big deal for most people, but I thought I'd mention it. I'm resisting ordering more fabric until I make a dent in what I already have, but I'll certainly be ordering from Hawthorne again so I can justify getting more of the scrap packs.