Archive for the ‘Fabric’ Category
We have some wonderful new Japanese Fabric to tell you about. These are some really interesting selections, so I’d love to know what you think.
Part of the Echino Chelsea range by Etsuko Furuya
Retro style (think Liberty) Hortensia by Kokka
Gorgeous fabric features zebras, deer and birds in shades of chocolate, coral, turquoise and lemon by Etsuko Furuya.
Silhoette scenes from your favourite fairy tales by Kokka
Cotton / linen base featuring forest mushrooms, Barvarian birdies, nordic horses and tulips from Amsterdam, by KokkaTags: Echino, Japanese Fabric, Kokka
Its our Half Year Fabric Clearance Sale with up to 70% off.
Discounted fabric includes Japanese Kokka and Yuwa, Amy Butler August Fields, American Jane, Moda and many more.
Fabric Sale ends Friday.Tags: Fabric
This Friday afternoon and all-day Saturday (10 and 11 July) we’re holding a special one-off Clearance Event.
We will be offering many of last year’s fabric collections at significant savings (up to 50% off!). These end-of bolt specials are only available in person. You can also shop from our full range of fabric, patterns and books.
So if you live in Melbourne and would like to attend please send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. In your email let me know what day and approximate time you would like to attend so that I can co-ordinate numbers.
Our premises are located in Hawthorn and I will provide detailed directions for those who sign up.
This is an invitation only event and numbers are strictly limited.
Here are some lovely “new” fabric ranges especially for the quilters out there. These are reproduction fabrics from Judie Rothermel.
Here is a sample… you can find many more in the fabric store.
I’m interested to know what people think about these collections. Drop me a comment.Tags: Judie Rothermel, quilt fabric, reproduction fabric
We’ve got a fabulous new fabric range to tell you about. Its called Red Letter Day by talented designer Lizzy House.
What do you think? The Red Letter Day fabric collection is some of the cutest, most vibrant fabric I’ve seen in a long while. Its perfect for quilting and kids clothing (duck pajamas anyone?).
If you want to see how crafty peeps are using this fabulous fabric range, visit the Red Letter Day flickr pool. There are some amazingly talented people out there!
Lastly there is a FREE pattern using the Red Letter Day Fabric here.Tags: Fabric, Lizzy House, Red Letter Day
Another clever customer. Paula has made this gorgeous Amy Butler Weekender Bag using pink and chocolate damask fabric.
Thanks for showing us Paula and good luck with your operation!!!Tags: clever customers
Ordered some new lovelies for the shop today.
The Heather Ross “far, far away” beauties (even better in the flesh) are printed onto double gauze fabric. Lightweight. Wispy. Delightful.
Lots of slightly off the wall Japanese novelties including these piggies:
This echino bird fabric:
And this lovely fabric panel with woodland scene and wild animals:
This is but a taste of what is to come! Excited?Tags: Fabric, New
Was invited to join this fun group on Flickr- am so pleased, only thing is, I don’t have a Blythe (may have to rectify that!)
Oh, I’d sew her little frocks and knit her weeny scarves and cardigans and accesorise her with Mod wigs and mini ‘fros.
I think these photos are so yum, is it weird to get fashion tips from Blythe?Tags: blythe, Blythe clothes
Came across this gorgeous photo this evening on blog.freepeople.com
It’s a Purl Patchwork display showcasing new Liberty prints. I love the subtle gradation of colour, the prints, the use of embroidery hoops (not the first time I’ve seen it done, obviously but it just gets me every time!)
Lovelovelove.Tags: display, Fabric, inspiration, liberty