I Am So Glad I Don’t Have Kids…

…Because between Joel Dewberry and Amy Butler, I would have already sold them off to get my hands on some of this.

Yummy yummy. I already bought some of the Amy Butler dots in green and yellow from Purl and am waiting on them to get some of the other styles in.


Joel Dewberry’s Ginseng

And I am in LOVE with quite a few of the Joel Dewberry designs, especially the Mulberry Colorway.


P.S. I do know that the sale of children for fabric is deplorable and does not sit well with Child Protective Services 🙂 …or I might be one or two nieces fewer by now…hee hee…don’t hate me 😉


7 thoughts on “I Am So Glad I Don’t Have Kids…

  1. Sister. You don’t have to tell me. I keep thinking that if I had kids or a husband to be accountable for, I would have to make sure there was a pre-nup in place just for the fabric purchases.

  2. I’ve stopped lurking because I’ve got to agree. I’d think about passing my kids to Amy Butler if she’ll let me visit her house once a month. Ok. Maybe twice a month…

  3. I’m totally in fabric love with the new Joel Dewberry collection, too. However, I can’t justify any further fabric purchases until I use up some of what I have! Still, though, if I could pay for fabric in children, I would.

  4. Hm. If kids can in fact be traded for fabric (or better yet, yarn), then I may finally have found a reason to regret menopause. I’m mostly a knitter these days, don’t quilt much anymore, but I gotta say those fabrics are absolutely drool-inspiring. Can’t wait to see what you do with them.

    P.S., another good thing about Ravelry? That’s how I found your blog! Love reading it.

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