Carolyn Friedlander Fabric

Carolyn Friedlander Stash Additions

In mid-March, Amanda @whatthebobbin was doing some fabric destashing through Instagram. I’m not normally one who pays a lot of attention to fabric destashing, but she had lots of Carolyn Friedlander prints, and I just couldn’t stop thinking about them after I saw the post.

Carolyn Friedlander Fabric

Carolyn Friedlander Fabric

I have a soft spot for Carolyn’s prints, and Amanda had some scraps of some of her older lines, which I am very excited to add to my stash.

Carolyn Friedlander Fabric

Carolyn Friedlander Fabric

In all, Amanda estimated there to be about 15 yards of fabric by weight. The smallest is about 12″ x 12″ and the largest is a bit over a yard.

Carolyn Friedlander Fabric

Carolyn Friedlander Fabric

In total, there are 53 different prints. I clearly couldn’t resist going through them all and sorting them into color order. My print stash may be small, but it is mighty and full of things I love. It’s going to be so much fun to work with these when the time (and project) is right!

12 thoughts on “Carolyn Friedlander Stash Additions

  1. Julie says:

    Lucky you!

  2. What a great stash addition!

  3. You are definitely going to enjoy having those fabrics in your stash. Will look forward to seeing them in future projects!

  4. Vicki in MN says:

    It was your lucky day to pick those up on her destash!

  5. patty says:

    Lucky you! I too love Carolyn’s fabric. A great destash purchace.

  6. Oooh, what a treasure of a find. Gorgeous stack of prints and look just perfect for you Yvonne.

  7. Lucky you to score such a treasure trove of CF prints!!!

  8. aquilterstable says:

    O Happy Day! What a fun stash addition!

  9. What an amazing addition to your stash for you. It obviously was an intentional purchase which is something I have prioritized in my life. Can’t wait to see some of your future creations using this fabric.

  10. Kaja says:

    What a great haul. I have always loved her prints – they are distinctive yet very versatile.

  11. Okay I can’t resist saying this: you’re becoming a scrap quilter!! With someone else’s scraps bahaha! I love it. And hey if it makes you happy that’s all that matters. Small but mighty indeed. There’s just something so wonderful about a quilt with a large (but controlled) scrappy look.

  12. Melanie says:

    Wow! That is one “collection”. No wonder you wanted to add them 🙂 Enjoy! The right project will sure come around. xo

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