Scrumptious Sunday Stash Share

9:36:00 AM

Things have been a little rough in the Sew at Home Mummy household as of late.


My husband had lower back surgery in December, and was doing really well the first 3 weeks of recovery, but then something changed. He's been in excruciating pain for 2 weeks now, in and out of doctor's appointments and labs and MRI scanners. It's been tough on him.

Because he's basically incapacitated, I've been having to do everything - all the driving, cleaning, cooking, and more.

I don't want to complain - but I'm exhausted. I quite honestly don't know how single parents do it. I have a brand new appreciation. 

Anywho - I think what I'm trying to do is justify my recent fabric splurges. Hahaha. Ooops. I deserved them??

First up is this gorgeous charm square pack of an out of print Bonnie and Camille line for Moda - "Scrumptious" - 


I love their stuff. It's so vintage-y pretty. I picked this one up on Instagram under the hashtag #thegreatfabricdestash.

I'm still waiting on my other purchase - a Pepper Corry bundle of her new line, "Brushstrokes", which I picked up in a drop on Massdrop for $40. I'll share pictures of that when it arrives.
img courtesy of Massdrop.com

I've been eyeing the new line Carkai, but I think I'll hold off. My exhaustion shopping has to stop! hehehe

Linking up to Molli Sparkles Stash Share today! Mwah!

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8 comments

  1. Having to do it all is tough! Just juggling my kids around two work schedules is hard enough, but when he came down with the flu this week-and it snowed 10"-forget it, I was a basket case for days. I feel ya!

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    1. Ugh. Snow. What a nightmare. I'd rather have to mow the lawn in 100F heat than shovel an inch more of snow (which is on the way again, I hear. Oy.)

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  2. Pretty fabric, Erin! I hope your husband feels better soon. Being incapacitated like that would be awful.

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  3. Sorry to hear about your husband and hope he heals well and is better soon! When my husband works away I get exhausted too! It's hard work alright! Gorgeous fabric picks and enjoy your sewing time :)

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  4. I am so sorry you are having to deal with this! And I hope for both of you that he starts feeling better soon! Hope you get to do some sewing this week! Grace and peace ...

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    1. Thank you so much, Sharon! I really appreciate it. Slow and steady wins the race, right?

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  5. Hope your husband feels better soon. That's a great collection of fabric...such bright colours.

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  6. Sending wishes for your husband ti get better soon! I've cut back on fabric shopping with the low Canadian dollar but I have called dibs on a Carkai bundle with a Canadian retailer, once they arrive. I hope you get some time to enjoy your new acquisitions.

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