What does it say about me that 2 independent blog friends sent me this link within 15 minutes of one another?
Of course, it took me all of 10 minutes to cave and to buy a yard of the cream colourway of the Riley Blake* bra-themed fabric - with another yard of cream dot to complement it. What?! You never know when you're going to need a contrast colour for like, making and then lining a bag or a knitting sac or something. I'm endlessly fascinated by the world of quilting fabric which is made in different but complementary patterns (having the same colourway) so that you can be sure to find different - yet entirely aligned - yardage from which to make squares. The quilters seem strangely like the knitters in that they are highly organized and care deeply about their materials (how they're made and sourced, who they're made by etc.)
Sure, I said I'd never make a bag but I'm far less disinclined to make a bag than a quilt - and I've got to find some way of reveling in the cotton fabric so closely associated with both of those items.
So, today's question: What do I make with this? (Or any quilting fabric, really.)
*See, look how name-dropper I've become all of a sudden. Moreover, this fabric is part of the Think Pink collection (breast-cancer month themed, I assume). While I'm usually entirely disinterested by the plethora of things adorned with the pink ribbon brand, or by any cutesy things, for that matter, I can't ignore how perfect this pattern is for me.