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My Pledge for April

I will buy no fabric for the entire month of April.

No yardage, no fat quarters, no remnants.  None.

It is going to be a very long month…

Do you want to take this pledge to?  Do you need to take this pledge even if you don’t ‘want’ too?  Add this button to your sidebar to help you stay strong and resist the fabric temptation bug.


  1. There was a time I would have needed this button LOL Good luck-April will be a very long month indeed. Stopping by The Spunky Diva to say hello from The MidWeekMingle Blog Hop and now a GFC/Twitter follower. Hope you can stop by my new blog WynnieBee to say hello : D

  2. I love your pledge! I just refused to go to the fabric store, myself. I have established a fabric "library" from which to choose. So much to little time.

  3. Definately cannot take the pledge. Id rather stop eating chocolate!!

  4. Gosh you and your readers are brave... I too couldn't take the pledge - more so my husband - he is so into making doll clothes and we only shop clearance and sales and so we don't get fabrics on a drop dime just when we can find it cheap.... OK so I want or hope to read about your withdrawals for this brave pledge of yours... YOU AMAZE ME....

  5. I am already in withdrawals, LOL! I just have to focus on getting done the projects I have lined out already. No need for more fabric... no need... no need, just lots of wanting, LOL!

  6. Haha I need this one something fierce! I don't think I can do it though, that's like promising not to walk for a month. =) Good luck!

  7. GOOD LUCK! :-)

    Hi! New follower from the hop!
    Come check it out....

  8. Technically I could do this....considering all my fabric is purchased as second hand clothing (to be taken apart later).

  9. I should do this... but with CHOCOLATE!!!! ooh or PB! My two addictions lately =)

    Jenn @ Peas & Crayons

  10. Hmmm...good luck in your pledge. My pledge for the past year has been to only buy to finish. Today is was 2/3-yard for a binding. I don't feel too bad about that. I will cheer you on, though.

  11. LOL I can only assume you buy WAY too much!

  12. Hi Kimberlee,
    Thanks for visiting my blog. You have a beautiful blog! I really like your stay put towel. I'm going to be decluttering all my sewing stuff soon so I can get back to some creativity!


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