Fabric Stash Additions {27.05.2013}

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The fabric shop of focus this week, you guest it, it is Fabricworm. I love the definition of Fabric worm….A person devoted to fabric. You know that means most of us fabric addicts :-).

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I have recently started buying fabric from Fabricworm, as they have good specials on a regular basis, in fact one for Memorial Day – 30-60 % of selected fabric. I don’t tend to buy bundles or whole lines, more one off fabric 1/2 yards. They do also they have a great range of Japanese Import fabrics. So, here are the new additions to my stash:

Puti de Pome, So Happy, Hippos, 5 Total, these hippo’s are a linen like fabric and I am planning in using them for pencil cases, felt-tip wraps or bags/totes for kids.IMG_7357

Alexander Henry, Once Upon A Time:  Princess Kingdom, and Fair maidens, natural. I paired these two prints with Patty Young, Textured Basics: Shoreline Tangerine, and Shoreline Salmon.IMG_7364

Erin McMorris, Moxie: Buttercup TangerineTalk Talk Tangerine, Buttercup Grass, Talk Talk Sky. I am thinking of using the buttercup fabric for the outer pencil cases and the Talk Talk fabric for the inside lining.IMG_7360

Timeless Treasures, Sketch Basics: Orange, SmokeCitronIMG_7356

Here are some of the miscellaneous fabric 1/2 yards I also purchased:IMG_7369

  1. Lucie Summers, Summersville Spring, Leaves on the Vine, Green
  2. Lecien, Isso & Ecco Heart, Houses Navy
  3.  Laurie Wisbrun, Bright and Buzzy, Sky
  4. Keiki, Mind Your P’s and Q’s, Forest Critters
  5. Jaqueline Savage McFee, Hot Chocolate, Chocolate Squares Orange

I am linking up with Sunday Stash @ Finding Fifth.

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9 thoughts on “Fabric Stash Additions {27.05.2013}

  1. Serena

    Those Alexander Henry Princess fabrics are lovely. I’m going to hop onto Fabricworm and get some for my girls – they would love it!

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    1. mlwilkie Post author

      I thought they were very cute – wish we had a girl or friends who have girls. I also found them on Etsy in case Fabricworm is out of stock 🙂

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  2. Fiona @Finding Fifth

    I agree that those princesses are fab….I mean look at her groovy floral dress! Thanks for posting these different fabrics as it gives me an idea of the range available at Fabric Worm.

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