24 January, 2012

Indian Cottons


My MIL went to India and all she brought me was some fabric.

Well, that's not true. She also brought me some lovely tea and spices. But oh, that fabric! Over 1 meter pieces of each of these. Endless possibilities. Paralyzing inspiration.

17 comments:

The Art of Homemaking said...

Paralyzing for sure!!! The best/worst thing about great fabric is loving having it and not wanting to cut into it ;)
#2 and #3 on that pile...downright dreamy.

Esch House Quilts said...

Lucky you, but definitely inspiration overload!

Maybe there is more than one project there.

mjb said...

What a beautiful stack!

Samantha said...

yummy!

Francis Paul said...

'all she brought me was some fabric' hahahahahahaha

but what a beautiful choice of fabric!

Ray and Jeanne said...

These are gorgeous! What a nice MIL! ~Jeanne

Barb said...

Beautiful! I'd be sure and wash them before using!

Suzanne said...

Lucky you! When I hear of people traveling to far off lands, I often secretly hope they toss in their bags a skein of yarn or a bit of yardage for me. I'm always curious and they make such great souvenirs!

Jennifer said...

lovely!

my sister brings me several large cuts of beautiful fabric every time she goes to ghana. i have enough for a whole quilt now. i will definitely be working on that this year.

Jan | Daisy Janie said...

Soooo pretty!! Pardon my drool.

Leslie said...

Beautiful!Can't wait to see what you do with them.

M-R said...

So yummy! Lucky you!

Rose Tree Originals said...

I want the yellow one!! how cheerful and gorgeous they ALL are!

roxi said...

can't wait to see what you're going to create!

Naomi Olson said...

beautiful selection... gorgeous actually... looking forward to seeing what you do with them

Brigi said...

these fabrics/prints are so beautiful!
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