On the right above are the fat quarters I am keeping... washed and folded neatly. And to the left is the pile going home for Sharon to have. My yardage came to 13, Sharon's to 5, and I am giving 7 or so to my guild for their fabric basket raffle. (mostly what is going to my guild is fabric styles that just aren't me.) We also each got a prairie braid foundation on muslin.
It was an eye-opener to me to see what fabrics people donate to these raffle baskets. I think I am going to buy a couple of additional bright/light fabrics to donate. Most of the fabrics were darks and quite a few calicos. And, since I make scrap quilts a lot those are really good for me. But, it is killing my stashbusting. I will be howling by the beginning of August especially since Jen and I are hitting some quilt shops on our road trip next week. I've just about finished the binding on one charity quilt, I have another ready to put on Ruthie when I muscle the batt roll on top of the table to cut a piece. That quilt should be done by Friday if I keep my nose to the grindstone.
Here's another interesting quilt from Sunday's show. It is such a simple quilt to construct but the color use makes it much more complex.
Now it is really time for me to fold more laundry, prep more pieces of applique and see if I can measure out and cut a hunk of batting.