Sunday 5 March - some Liberty FQs and coordinating linen from Ava and Neve. I was lucky to win this pretty bundle from in the Modern HST sampler final linky party (hosted by the lovely Alyce of Blossom Heart Quilts). They are my very first pieces of Liberty fabric so I'll have to think of something special to make with them.
Sunday 12 March - a fat quarter bundle of Carolyn Friedlander's Friedlander collection the I purchased from the Fat Quarter Shop using gift vouchers I received for my birthday last year. Tone-on-tone prints and low volume neutrals are totally my jam and I love that they are both part of the same collection. This bundle also gets a tick of approval from the boys (who love to look at maps) so I think this will become a big family couch quilt.
Sunday 19 March - some pretty poplins from the Moody Blues collection by Cloud 9 Fabrics I picked up on sale at Spotlight. I bought a small piece of each of the prints in this collection when it was first released and have been patiently waiting for it to go on clearance so I could pick up a bigger piece for backing. I couldn't choose between these prints so I got a few metres of each (In my defense, they were only $5/m and I'm sure they will come in handy one day).
Sunday 26 March - some much-needed additions to my low volume stash that I picked up from Clair's Fabrics pop-up shop at a sit and sew day I attended today. I came home with a fat eighth bundle of the new Lower the Volume collection by Art Gallery Fabrics and a bunch of assorted fat quarters including some older Alison Glass and Tula Pink prints.
Aside from a few other bits and bobs, this is all that's made it into my stash this month. My craft budget has been significantly decreased since I gave up my second job (I had to stop teaching group fitness classes due being pregnant with twins) so I've had to really restrain myself. Luckily I've got plenty of previous purchases still to share :)