Denim curtains that are destined for some dresses for me and the girls. You can't beat the yardage for the money.
Two solid sheet sets that are in great colors. Nothing like cheap sheet sets to use as a first run with a new pattern.
- there's plenty to spare for mistakes in cutting
- if it sews up as a total disaster you are not out a lot of money
- if by some miracle the result is wearable, then it is at least in a nice color and weight instead of white muslin.
I couldn't resist all these cheerful yellow remnants for some future quilting endeavor!
And some purple floral polyester double knit, baby. I've never sewn with this stuff before, but I think it will make the girls some cute dresses or shirts.
Not pictured are some white faux fur and also brown knubbly stuff that I couldn't resist for possible future softies. They had a lot of different kinds of faux fur and also some real fur that I held and stared at for a long while, but which I restrained myself from buying in the end.
As soon as I walk in the door with any thrifted fabric (or store bought fabric for that matter) it goes straight in the washer with warm or hot water, then in the dryer. Then it is clean and pre-shrunk and ready for whatever ideas hit me later.