If you are starting to think about spring/summer clothes to make, this fabric has potential. The open weave, weight and drape would make it nice for quite a few things. If I finish up a tunic started months ago and it turns out nice, I might pick up one of these fabrics for making my next one. That's pretty ambitious though because my clothing makes are few and far between!
At some point in the near past Robert Kaufman started distributing Sevenberry fabric, or maybe they always did? I've had a few Sevenberry fabrics in the past, but most were purchased around 2010 or so, and then for years I just didn't see them available anywhere, and I did look!
Anyway, there is entire rounder of Sevenberry prints Fabric Depot and I picked up some of the one above. Today I listed one fat eighth of it here and then I made the pincushion below. Good times, I tell ya...
Some new fat eighths are posted in the fabric section of my etsy shop.
I'm glad to see some interest in these small cuts of fabric. On my end it works well because I like to buy at least half yard cuts of fabric, but then my stash gets out of hand. Smaller pieces of fabric don't wash well, and well, washing fabric first is something I feel a little militant about. Sometimes it crosses my mind to save some time and sew with unwashed fabric and just can't get myself to do it!
So for you these small pieces can add some variety to your stash so you have a nice selection for patchwork and other smaller projects. And of course, they are washed and ready to sew. ;0]
Some new fat eighths, a couple fat quarters, and remnants are available in the fabric section of my etsy shop. These are all from my fabric collection and have been laundered and pressed, so they are ready to sew!
It's pretty delightful what some people come up with to make into fabric using services like Spoonflower. These funny little dogs are always favorites for pets for a reason and someone out there desperately needs something made from this adorable fabric. Maybe it's you???