I’m excited to get to introduce one of Free Spirit Fabrics’ newest lines, featuring one of their newest designers. Amy Reber is launching her first line, Posy, and I had the pleasure of sewing up these funky fresh fabrics.
Stella. What can I say? I love this pattern. She’s got that boutique look that sets her apart from a lot of peasant patterns out there. While she packs a powerful, princessy punch, she is a labor of love, and sometimes you just don’t have time for all of those stripwork pieces and all of those ruffles. Can I get an AMEN?!?
I have another gorgeous line of Free Spirit Fabric to share with you! Today I’m showing off the funky and fabulous new prints from Erin McMorris. I fell in love with Erin’s designs last fall when I stumbled across Noteworthy and ordered it as fast as I could to use it for a little Back-to-School tunic for my first grader.
Last week I shared a deer of a skirt made with Hotel Frederikstead, and it got so much love! It reeked of girly, shabby chic style, and it’s definitely going to be a favorite. If you didn’t get a chance to read about it, you can catch up HERE. Today I’m here to share an…
I’m back with another Loominous 2 project for you! This line is different from most of the traditional fabrics you see from Anna Maria Horner. Think shirting weight and jacquard fabrics. They are soft and light and are great for any of your woven garment projects. You can see the knit/woven combo I made with the Charly pattern HERE. Today, I’m going to share the Addie Jo Skirt paper pattern from Izzy & Ivy Designs.
Today is my last post for the Boho Babe line from Nel Whatmore and Free Spirit Fabrics. So you know what that means . . . GIVEAWAY!!! Free Spirit has generously donated TWO half-yard bundles of this gorgeous fabric for me to share with two lucky readers! To enter, just comment below with what you…
I’m back again, with more Free Spirit gorgeousness and One Fabric Nation. Today I’m sharing the latest from designer Nel Whatmore: Boho Babe. I’ve been just dying for some warmer weather to sew these prints up, because they make me want to book the next flight to somewhere tropical! Those palm trees? The abundance of…
Pattern Mashups have always been something I love to do. Even from the beginning, if I had an idea in my head, I figured out some way to make it come to life with fabric. Sometimes with amazing results…and sometimes with huge flops!
The time has come to wrap up my time with Boro from Parson Gray. It’s been so fun to show you great ways to incorporate these prints into girl’s clothing, but today I’m going to show you what you can make for the boys!
One Fabric Nation- Boro by Parson Gray- For the Boy- Snickerdoodle Stew
This week I’m wrapping up my Boro posts, which means it is shipping out to stores AND there will be another giveaway! Happy dance, right? I’ve loved twisting and turning the expectations of this masculine line from Parson Gray. It really is unlike anything else out there in the fabric world and I’m so happy to get to be a part of it!