Yoogly Fabric Giveaway

Not long ago I put out a call for ugly fabrics. But I didn’t want just ugly fabrics, I wanted yoogly fabrics: the ones that are so bad you can’t stand to look at them. I said that once the yooglies came in, we’d have a giveaway of yoogly fabrics.

  Yoogly Fabric Giveaway

Funny thing happened. I got some yoogly fabrics but in most of the packages, a note was included that said something like, “Please don’t put my name in the drawing for yoogly fabric.” Well I never!

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Anita Grossman Solomon made this “I Spy” quilt for a young friend in 2001. It has my yoogly corn fabric in it.

Of course someone would take exception to my declaration that the corn fabric above was yoogly. Not only did my friend Anita Grossman Solomon beg to differ, she sent a photo of her quilt containing this fabric! Not an ugly quilt, not by a long shot.

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Detail of Anita’s I Spy quilt with the corn fabric—looks pretty good!

And the “I Spy” theme was perfect for the corn fabric. Goes to show that sometimes you just need the perfect project for a yoogly to feel right at home.

It’s been great fun to have the fabrics arrive in my mailbox. The accompanying notes have entertained me, too.

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Yoogly from Debbie Gibbs; Greenwood, Arkansas

Debbie Gibbs from Greenwood, Arkansas sent this rust fabric with a Southwest-type theme. She said, “I know—beauty is in the eye of the beholder—but I just find this massively yoogly!” The gold squares are about 2″ wide.

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Yoogly from Kaye Mattson; Chapman, Nebraska

My friend Kaye Mattson from Chapman, Nebraska was the first to respond to the yoogly call. “Here’s my yoogliest fabric,” said Kay, “I’m happy to send it to a good home!”

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Yoogly #1 from Pat Vetterlein; Snohomish, Washington

Pat Vetterlein from Snohomish, Washington sent two small floral fabrics. “Seems I don’t have any fabrics as yoogly as your strange, yet somehow appealing, ears of corn,” she mused. She doesn’t think these prints will ever make it into one of her quilts, unless she wins them back. (Brave woman to enter the giveaway, don’t you think?)

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Yoogly #2 from Pat Vetterlein

Terri Costa was a member of QM’s 2011 Back to School sewing team. She sent two fabrics. I actually like the green one below.

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Yoogly #1 from Terri Costa; Los Gatos, California

The second fabric, below, made me realize something: there are fabrics that don’t look great once you pull them out of their collection. They need friends surrounding them to make it all work.

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Yoogly #2 from Terri Costa

I think this fabric is one of those.

The fabric below traveled the greatest distance to be counted among the yooglies.

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Inge Christensen’s yoogly traveled all the way from Denmark to me in Bladen, Nebraska.

This beauty from Inge Christensen was sent from Denmark. Inge gets a big thumbs up for her determination to participate! She points out that her yoogly was a gift from a family member (!) and continues, “I have tried using it up in narrow strips in string blocks, as crumbs in crazy blocks and as backing and binding fabric. This last piece is all that is left. And now that it is with you, I am finally rid of it!” She sounds like a determined lady, doesn’t she?!

Notice that it’s cheater cloth. So maybe we should cut it some slack, because at least it’s trying.

Barb Johnson from Verona, Pennsylvania sent a generous fat quarter of this fabric, saying, “I just can’t imagine what I could make from this. Even if I apply Bonnie Hunter’s rule about cutting it small enough, it is STILL ugly!”

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Yoogly from Barb Johnson; Verona, Pennsylvania

This fabric is like art. I would have trouble cutting into it, but not because I think it’s ugly. I think it’s got so much going for it that I would hate to disrupt the party. To each his own, right?

Lynda Parker from Maple Valley, Washington sent this rusty red fabric with tiny rectangles. I’ve actually met Lynda in person! She came to Quiltmaker’s Block Party last spring in Portland so it was really nice to hear from her again.

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Yoogly from Lynda Parker; Maple Valley, Washington

I don’t think this one’s too bad, but Lynda said, “I must have thought this was nice at some point, but it has proved itself unusable in my studio. I think I did bind something with it once…”. I think binding would be a good place for this fabric, Lynda!

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Yoogly from Anita Grossman Solomon; New York, New York

Anita Grossman Solomon (same designer who used the corn fabric effectively) sent me these cats on Millenium fabric, saying she thinks they are creepy. And seeing the cats in the zeroes makes me think “2000 cats,” the kind of thing you’d see on Hoarders.

Claudia Rollins went digging in her stash in Colfax, Washington and found “a lot of history of the last 25 years, as well as these three ‘winners’.” She hopes that whoever wins these fabrics will use them for donation quilts to animal shelters.

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Yoogly #1 from Claudia Rollins; Colfax, Washington

Each of Claudia’s fabrics had a note attached. On the fabric above, the note said, “This was used in a 4th of July shirt…Never worn.”

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Yoogly #2 from Claudia Rollins

On the food fabric above, the note said, “This was used to make a 4th of July dress and I wore it to a parade. Long story about the parade.” This made me laugh out loud. Claudia must have had an extensive 4th of July wardrobe over the years!

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My hand gives you an idea of the large scale of this fabric.

I think the challenge of this fabric is its enormous scale. Look at my hand and you can see the boldness of it all.

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Yoogly #3 from Claudia Rollins

But I saved the best for last. Have you ever seen golfing cows—large golfing cows?

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The scale of the cows adds to their yoogliness.

Claudia’s note on this one was classic. “I made my ex…some boxers out of this.” Gotta wonder if the guy still has them.

While I waited for other people’s yooglies to arrive, I checked my own stash. The fabric below definitely caught my eye. The brown spots are supposed to be chocolates, because the fabric is about I Love Lucy and her famous scene in a chocolate factory. Do you see how a fabric taken out of context can be less effective and less attractive?

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Lucy fabric taken out of context doesn’t work as well.

And one last fabric for the yoogly giveaway. These animals seem a little disturbed. Not something I’d ask my grandbaby to cuddle up with!

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What’s interesting is why each of these quilters, me included, kept these fabrics for years, when by our own admission, they don’t appeal to us. Who knows? Maybe it’s because we just love our fabric. And if I had to choose between yoogly fabric and no fabric at all, it’s clear that I’d take the yooglies any day.

Giveaway! Please leave a comment below by midnight Friday, Sept. 27 for your chance to win the yooglies. And because we want you to love your loot, of course we’ll put some lovelies in the box as well.

The winner of the Yoogly Fabric Giveaway is Maree. Thanks so much for sending me your yooglies, everyone!



About Diane Harris

I'm an editor for Quiltmaker magazine in Golden, Colorado, USA. For six years, I wrote pattern instructions, product reviews and how-to articles. Then I spent four years as QM's Interactive Editor, working to generate much of our online content. Now I'm back to patterns and how-tos, which is a great fit for me. I still love writing about quilt-related topics for Quilty Pleasures, and I always have my finger on the pulse of the quilting world. I teach a variety of quilt classes and give guild programs, too. Reach me by email: editor@quiltmaker.com.
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252 Responses to Yoogly Fabric Giveaway

  1. Joyce says:

    I love yooglies! The animals staring is my favorite! :)

  2. Deb King says:


  3. Cheri says:

    One womans yooglies is another, womans treasure :)

  4. Nancy says:

    cool fabric, thanks for the give away

  5. Cheri says:

    One mans garbage is another mans treasure ! I just love a few of these, yooglies myself they are cute !

  6. Dana McClung says:

    Fun fun!! Yoogly fabrics need love too. The corn fabric would have made a GREAT apron!!

  7. I can see some of the yooglies in an I Spy quilt or pet bed. Fun giveaway!!!!

  8. Patricia Land says:

    I own several of these uglies and would love a chance to win more uglies. Thanks for the opportunity.

  9. Susan Redstreake Geary says:

    I think these fabrics would make cool braided rugs. Right???

  10. Patricia Land says:

    I actually own several of these uglies. Would love to win some more. Thanks for the opportunity.

  11. pam biswas says:

    Some of these are not really ugly. Some are just plain funny too.

  12. i like a lot of them, thanks

  13. Carmen says:

    I must have missed the call for yoogly fabric – I’d have some to add (chartreuse anyone?). But beauty is in the eye of the bolder – I actually like several of these.

  14. Fayzer says:

    Dang! I would have loved to send you some “yooglies.” That stuff does tend to get buried!

  15. Jessie Allard says:

    Oh dear! I am so bummed I didn’t see the original post in time to send you some of my yoogliest picks. I happen to notice when I buy packs (fat quarter stacks or jelly rolls) they very strategically sneak a couple yooglies in the middle where you can’t see them!!

  16. Carol F. says:

    Oh dear! I am now worried…I found many of these yoogly fabrics to be nice! And a few I’ve actually used in several projects! yikes! :)

  17. Ele W. says:

    I was in an “ugly” swap a few years ago and the fabric I received was not so ugly to me, and by adding a couple other bits to it, I got a brand new, very usable thread catcher that everyone who sees it loves it. I like the “party” fabric, would fit in great with all my wild prints.

  18. Roberta Kennedy says:

    I think I probably have several “yooglies” buried in my CRATES of fabric, but they’re undoubtedly on the bottom because I never pull them out to see if they go with something I’m planning. So they stay on the bottom…………….

  19. Judy says:

    I have to say that you kind of wonder what was going through the designers mind when they created these fabric designs and in what universe would you ever see a cow golfing. Some of the fabrics are not too bad and I could see using a couple of them but I’m not sure I could bring myself to use some of them even for a quilt back.

  20. Mary Williams says:

    Yoogly is definitely in the eye of the beholder! I really like the last animal print. I wouldn’t use it in a baby quilt, but a cute tote bag – definitely!

  21. Sheri says:

    well I agree with a lot of the others… there are some that I wouldn’t pick, but there are others that I am intrigued by. I like the lady that referenced Bonnie Hunter and I can tell you that I have had to cut some of my own uglies down into crumb size pieces… LOL Good luck everyone. Thanks for the give away…

  22. Elizabeth_T says:

    There were only a couple that I’d truly call yoogly, but most of them weren’t too bad. I actually like the last one with the “disturbed” animals .. lol

  23. Kitti Popovics says:

    These fabrics are so unique :)

  24. Sandy Ross says:

    My family has always said that my tastes are “different.” I loved almost all these fabrics, especially the golfing cows. Beauty truly is in the eye of the beholder!!!!

  25. Quirky Quilter says:

    Why do I keep my ugly fabric — just waiting for the right beautiful fabric to pair it up with — why did I buy the ugly fabric — heaven only knows!!

  26. Kay Wall says:

    I have at least one of those in my stash. Guess I should have sent it in. I made a crayon holder bag for one of my girlfriend’s granddaughters and she thinks it is just sooo cute (she loves cows). Guess there is a place for any piece of fabric if we look hard enough with our imaginations. I just have a difficult time with a few of them.

  27. Charlotta Norby says:

    I admit there are a few fabrics I would never have bought, but I LOVE Barb Johnson’s fabric and find nothing wrong with what you consider creepy animals. I think they’re funny. I live on a cattle farm and could also easily use the cows, I’d just ignore that they’re on a golf course – that kind of thing happens! So send them all my way!

  28. Lisa Marie says:

    Hysterical! Thanks for the laugh. I have a friend with a nephew nicknamed “Moo” so she’s always looking for cow things — bet she’s never seen the one you have!

  29. Amy says:

    So I had a hat made from similar, but non-golfing, cows in the late 1980s. It glowed in the dark. I kind of covet that fabric.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

  30. Barbara Corbitt says:

    I make and donate my quilts, which are pieced and quilted by hand. My income is less than four hundred dollars monthly for disability, so i use any and all fabric generous quilters send me. I have never found a fabric that was too ugly to use. babscorbitt@ gmail dot com

  31. karla noakes says:

    Oh my gosh this is so much FUN!!! I thought the crazy animals print was actually kinda cute. In small doses. But the golfing COWS?! hysterical rolling on the floor giggle fits! way to go making boxers out of it!

  32. Susan Paxton says:

    I wish I would have participated by sending you the Yoogly fabric in my stash. Why don’t we just get rid of ou yoogly fabric? I will never know. Love your blog!!

  33. Deborah H. says:

    My sister made me a card plate holder with the same corn fabric! Playing cards has never been as fun, we laugh and laugh!

  34. Frances says:

    Oh NO I own some of those yooglies ;~}

  35. Bonnie Pfrimmer says:

    I like the flower fabric. I could use some of these, please count me in. Thanks for sharing..

  36. Darla Dishman says:

    OHHH!!! I really like the fabrics with the colors. I see a Quilt or wall hanger for the kitchen.. Thanks for the chance to win this great prize. Good luck to all.

  37. Moneik says:

    I love some of the uglies and have even owned them. Especially the ones with cows.

  38. Diana says:

    Only a quilter could love these fabrics!! I can see something being made from those golfing cows so count me in. Thanks for the chuckles!

  39. Lisa says:

    The cows on the golf course really caught my eye and I really like the art fabric. What a fun blog post.

  40. Debi says:

    What fun, I love seeing uglys.

  41. Jan LaBeause says:

    Embarrassed to say I actually like some of these and own some of them too :) Beauty is indeed in the eye of the beholder!

  42. Gail says:

    I really like the animal print and both of Terri Costa’s fabric!!! I’m thinking a cute pillowcase from the animal print if there is enough fabric. Blessings to all.

  43. Sandi Duvall says:

    If I win I will give them a good home!

  44. Sandi Duvall says:

    If I win I would give them a good home!

  45. Lynn Clark says:

    The yooglies made me laugh out loud and would definitely be a challenge. Some would be great for I Spy quilts and others would require more thought and effort. This giveaway is a wonderful idea. Thanks for posting and stirring my creative juices.

  46. Sharon Leighton says:

    You know what they say…one man’s trash is another man’s treasure…Any fabric to me is a treasure.

  47. Katie says:

    While I surely do not need any more fabrics, this is just too much of a challenge. As for the golfing cows, I had to giggle. Where I work, there is a golf course across the street and a cow pasture next door. If the cows ever got out, we’d have golfing cows! (And some of those fabrics are NOT yoogies at all.)

  48. Carol Vickers says:

    Thanks for starting my day off with a giggle. These would fit right in with some I have! But I’d learn to love them.

  49. Valorie Spanogle says:

    I just had a distinct picture in my mind 0f what to do with these. I do have to agree with the cat comment, they are a tad freaky to look at but…I LOVE THE CORN.

  50. Judith Jewell says:

    I’d have to say the golfing cows did it for me! lol What an array of yooglies!

  51. Ingrid says:

    I wish I would of know about sending you fabric that is yoogly, as I have a few! Mostly gifted to me by coworkers and I admit a couple I purchased for some reason that never came about. I adore the animal print. It has a look that would suit my sister’s weird sense of humour. Maybe you will do this again and give us all another opportunity to share our yoogly fabrics.

  52. Karen Mayberry says:

    It would be fun figuring out how to use these fabrics in a quilt!

  53. Chris Donaldson says:

    I think it is great idea to find the yooglies a new permanent home and hopefully a place that will love them.

  54. Donna Noecker says:

    Thanks for starting my day with a good laugh! I too like the corn fabric and think it would make a great casserole carrier. My vote for the yoogliest is the I Love Lucy chocolates fabric. If you hadn’t explained what the graphics were, I never would have figured it out. All the yooglies are special in their own way . . . and I have a new word in my vocabulary. Thanks!

  55. claire says:

    Personally I love several of these yooglies, especially the barnyard animals on caffeine!
    GREAT giveaway

  56. Lee says:

    Crazy fun! Good thought on your part to include the I spy quilt to lure some of us into wanting these fabrics! The 2000 cats are super creepy. But I am doing roses as a theme for one of my coworkers birthdays next yr and could use that yellow rose print… so I am going for it creepy cats and all! Thanks for the laughs and fun!

  57. Gwen B says:

    I bought all the corn fabric I could find. It makes great vegetable bag cookers for the microwave. I also have some of the last cow fabric. I think a few of the others are much yooglier but if I win I will use every inch in my scrappy quilts.

  58. DianeH says:

    These fabrics made me realize that I too have some really ugly fabrics in my stash as well. Thanks for the fun.

  59. Kim says:

    Loved reading this article! So funny!

  60. Patricia Hersl says:

    In tears here. It’s been quite a morning!

  61. Patricia Wetzel says:

    I would love to use some of the cows, flags, modern art, and zany fabrics. I make what I call “Little Wonky Quilts” for donation. They are made from scraps and are like crazy quilts but with 6″ squares of a fun fabric. Beauty is all about how you can use it.

  62. Judi Stull says:

    These are so fun! Two years ago I was in a Real Estate training seminar over several months and each of our tables had a group name. We named ourselves the Purple Cows after the poem and a marketing book. I made some scrubs-type pants out of some farm fabric with cows, a few of which I then colored purple. Some of these cow fabrics would go right along with that fabric for a truly Mad Cow quilt. LOL That would sour some milk, I’m sure! :) What a fun idea this was. Love it!

  63. CJ says:

    I have some of those, but the one from Denmark takes the cake! Wow…yuck!

  64. Debra caddell says:

    How fun! Thanks for doing this! I think pretty much anything from the 70′s. Would fit right in here! Man they are ugly, especially for quilting. I actually love the bright abstract, and bought the green below it! And used it….it’s a civil war repro. Have a great day! Deb

  65. Greta says:

    I don’t know why I am so fascinated with the Zombie farm animals but I am! It’s their eyes…

  66. Susan Coleman says:

    Oh my goodness!! There were a few materials that I actually liked so I guess ‘Beauty is in the eye of the beholder”!! I think quite a few of these would be great for the I Spy quilts or in large scrap quilts but some of the pieces I can already envision as complimentary to other fabrics I have. Great idea! And yes, we all DO tend to hold on to our fabrics after acquiring them. Quilter’s paradise is wherever our ‘stash’ is located!

  67. Carol Olson says:

    I loved the cows and the fourth of July how fun would it be to wear these

  68. Nerissa Baker says:

    Google’s need love too!

  69. Carla Finley says:

    There are a couple there I actually like! Especially the florals.

  70. wendy K says:

    I would love to get the yoogly’s, I do like the corn and the crazy cows. Not sure what I would do with any of them but it would still be fun to have those silly things in my stash.

  71. Jan MacKay says:

    Don’t you love going though an old trunk and finding a great old piece of fabric that you will say, “Wow, check out this vintage fabric. I am going to put this into a quilt for so and so”. Or ” Wow” This is really a great old piece of fabric that I can make into a pillow for someone. Looking at fabric is as much fun for me as would be going to Tiffany’s for someone else. Fabric stores are my Tiffany’s as is shopping for vintage fabrics.

  72. Michele says:

    What a fun post.

    Actually, I kind of like the corn and staring animals……

    I’ve made a tablecloth out of the corn fabric and I’d love to find the animal fabric to put it in to my I Spy quilt. Wonder if their eyes follow you?

  73. Nancy says:

    Just love fabric if I can not use it at home I am sure we will use it in a charity quilt some where

  74. Rebecca Schmitt says:

    Well, as I was browsing thru the photos of the yooglies, my three year old was watching over my shoulder. As we came to the final fabric, she shouted “cows! sheep! pigs!” I guess she didn’t find it very yooglie at all! :)

  75. Ramona Collins says:

    I can see some possibilities with those yooglies. I think I heard Bonnie Hunter say if your fabric is ugly, you just haven’t cut it small enough. Some of those would just disappear in a scrappy quilt. Thanks for the fun giveaway.

  76. karen fisher says:

    it definitely takes a creative mind to turn a yooglies into wonderfuls

  77. Margaret Schindler says:

    wow some of these I would not know what do with. What a fun way to have a giveaway

  78. I have seen a fabric I did not like!

  79. Lea says:

    Wow, I never knew such fabric existed. I’d love to try incorporating these into some quilts. I’m still pretty new to wilting, so my stash has a ways to go. These would help a bit.

  80. Mary C in WA says:

    I can honestly say that Noe of these Yoogly fabrics reside in my STASH. Definitely request a Picture of using the Yooglies, whoever WINS them. I wonder if Bonnie Hunter has some of the 2000 Cat fabric? If I win I can send her a piece of it.

  81. Karyn Mousel says:

    I promise to share with my sister if I win… will she share with me if she wins? :)
    Thanks for the stories – I think that’s half the fun of quilting!

  82. deb says:

    I love some of the fabrics like that green I love that one too.. the stuff near the bottom if you had enough of it could work as a One block Wonder very comfortably.
    Applique can really compliment a fabric as well especially with some of our great patterns that are out now we can be a little more innovative in our fabric choices rather than the solids, some of Kim Mcleans quilts using the Kaffee fabrics are proof! It really looks like you are having lots of fun with these yooglies…thanks for sharing

  83. Lori Huffman says:

    Even yooglies need a home. We should get to see pics of whatever is made from the yooglie fabric.

  84. Terri van Gulik says:

    Sure I would like some of the yoogly fabric. A couple of them are actually not bad. I might even have bought them!

  85. Lea Siroky says:

    Poor little unloved yooglies… :D Cut small enough in a scrap quilt they’d probably be okay. I have a quilt like that with something like 50 different fabrics in it.

  86. Barbara Harris says:

    Boy, would I enjoy a piece of the yoogly fabric…the yoogler the better!!! Thank you…

  87. Debbie M says:

    We definitely can say ‘what were they thinking’ about some of these fabrics!

  88. Stack and whack is great for yoogly fabrics. It’s is fun to se new patterns emerge. I challenge you to try it out.

  89. Susan says:

    I’d love the challenge of using the fabrics. I love the idea of an “I Spy” quilt. That’s a wonderful idea. A cow on a golf course would certainly be entertaining and mind expanding for a child. Such a quilt might make a great “I Spy” game.

    I live in a suburb (city) of a good-sized city. I am reminded when my 7 year-old grandson told me this past summer, “Ga, you have a chicken in your backyard.” Hep, my wanna be farm boy neighbor had chickens that were flying over the fence into my yard. He also had a goat and bees. I’d never known about the bees, if the chickens had come visiting. I did know about the goat.

  90. Carol in E TN says:

    What a fun giveaway!

  91. Chris says:

    Most of these fabrics are a hoot!

  92. Penny says:

    I like some of these. The funky animals aren’t bad. And the farm scene would be a hit here in Vermont. And yes, some were yoogly! I just used some of my yoogly cloth to make cloth bags for the food shelf. I thought I’d never get rid of it.

  93. I would love to win the yoogly fabrics…a real challenge to find out where they belong (what project). crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

  94. Suzy Swetz says:

    Yoogliness truly is in the eye of the beholder! Some are “What was I thinking?” but others are not too bad. (I like cows of ALL sizes and colors!)

  95. Gail Beasley says:

    I quilt and honestly really like almost all.of the fabrics!! There’s a few of them I actually have.
    I’d be privileged to be chosen for the recipient of these fabrics!

  96. Laura G. says:

    This is one contest I don’t really want to win. But the I Love Lucy fabric reminds me too much of a story from my Mom’s childhood that is too good not to share. (It’s best when my aunt is telling it.)

    Mom, her older brother, and younger sister were visiting their grandpa in South Dakota. He used sheep to keep his grass short. Mom & mainly her brother convinced their sister that there were malted milk balls in the grass (must have been after Easter). So my aunt runs around filling her pockets and then goes in the house to show her mom the “malted milk balls.” Forty years years later my Aunt still gets a ticked off tone in her voice when she tells this story.

  97. Koibeatu says:

    I like some of them. Not sure of the scale, but maybe the 2000 cats could be fussy cut.

  98. Mary H. says:

    I wish I’d known about your call for yoogly fabrics. I’d have sent you a piece of mine which has ugly brown T-Rex dinosaurs wearing white boxer shorts decorated with white dog bones. The background is black, and brown clubs are scattered across it.

    I would love to win your yoogly fabrics. I used to belong to an online group who swapped ugly fabrics every year on April 1st, and I’ve come to love them.

  99. jacqueline says:

    Beauty _is_ in the eye of the beholder. There are several (Lydia’s, Barb’s) that would fit with a quilt I am making right now. The golfing cows though, well maybe – perhaps something for my Uncle Bob, who loves to golf and lives in Vermont!

  100. Dana Brewer says:

    I think some of the yooglies would be great features in a child’s quilt. The abstract fabric would make a great pillowcase for Conkerr Cancer. It’s cheerful.

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