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Here come some more samples! Today this Fold Over Zip Wristlet (Size 2 from the pattern) is available as a sample.
The floral fabric is Rose Petals by Martha Negley, and the polka dots are one of Robert Kaufman's Pimatex Basics. It is lined in pink ticking.
Sold Out - Thanks!
Posted at 11:45 AM in Samples | Permalink
Check out this sweet vintage floral canvas available at The Tin Thimble. If this fabric were mine, I think I'd use it to make a large Pleated Wristlet.
Last week I had coffee with a friend and she showed me a medium Pleated Wristlet she'd made with a canvas print, so of course I wanted to make one too. Maybe I'll get to that this week...or next.
Posted at 09:36 AM in Favorite Fabrics, Vintage Fabrics | Permalink
Central Park Fog by Leah Duncan for Art Gallery Fabrics
Posted at 09:57 AM in Favorite Fabrics | Permalink
New pattern coming soon...
Posted at 07:00 AM in WIP | Permalink
Today two one Grocery Bag is available as sample.
The paypal button for each is below the desccription. Each one needs to be ordered separately. Order one of them, or both--you'll just need to check out twice. The prices include US shipping. I can ship these to US addresses only. Thank you in advance!Michelle
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This one is the large size from the pattern.
The strawberry fabric is by Hoodie for Timeless Treasures. It's one of the most perfect Grocery Bag fabrics ever, but it's no longer in print, and a quick search tells me it might be tricky to find.
The inside is lined in red and white polka dot print.
This is the medium size from the pattern.
The rose print is from Anna Griffin's Eleanor collection. The lining is pink polka dots. Both the black pin dot print of the handles and the lining are from Moda's Dottie collection.
Posted at 08:37 AM in Samples | Permalink
I've been noticing many beautiful things made from this Anna Maria Horner Echninacea print from her Pretty Potent collection. This print also comes in a colorway called Dim. I might need them both!
Posted at 08:23 PM in Favorite Fabrics | Permalink