When the box arrived I weighed it. It was just over 12 lbs with the box.
I went back and re-read the description.
"12 Pound Fabric Grab Bag
Each grab bag is a 12 pound box of assorted fabric pieces"
Okay, so I can't get grumpy. The description doesn't specify 12 lbs of fabric, but a 12 lb box of fabric.
Ready for details?
Here are all 124 pieces of fabric.
A total of over 27 yards. (and I was really conservative in my measuring)
Which averages out to about $ 2.45 /yd.
Totally worth it.
there were only 7 pieces that were not WOF.
the smallest of these was 5"x11"
There was one 2 1/2" strip, everything else was wider.
There was a good variety of widths, 4" and 13" were the most common.
The longest piece was 20".
There were 3 or 4 that had tiny flaws.
These are sorted by width, with the biggest pieces in the upper right corner.
Totally yummy fabrics.
These three rows are sorted by style.
- Batiks - the bottom one is a gorgeous weeping tree print.
- Next are the holiday fabrics. There was a total over just over 1 yd of 12 Days of Christmas white snowflakes. Happiness!!! That's enough to use with the other bits I've been hording.
- 1920 reproductions! I love these and were very happy to see them.
- Civil War reproductions! I've ALWAYS wanted to play with these...now I can! One of the prints is 110" wide. hmmm, what to do...
- Solids - Two are 110" wide. lovely variety of colors.
- 5 prints from The Butterfly Garden Collection. That was the most of one fabric line I received.
And then, there were these 7 pieces.
The only non-"quilting cottons."
three holiday flannels and two others...
Solids! Can't have too much of these. Totally love the greens.
Sunkissed - Words on white and yellow!
CENTRAL PARK!!! - have I mentioned how much I adore Kate Spain?
Would I buy it next year?
At under $2.50/yd it is a very cost-effective way to restock fabrics.
They are all current designer prints, nothing was uber thin or ugly.