This fabric, is just so wonderful. The first time I wore this Renfrew I walked around telling the people I work with to touch the inside! Advertisements
When I first started sewing I only knew of one place to buy patterns and fabrics, Joann Fabrics. As I’ve gotten more and more into the craft (and into Indie patterns) I’ve found a lot of alternatives to old faithful Joanns both IRL and online. Incase you find yourself in need of some fabric, here is a recap of everywhere I love to buy it from!
Oh Plantain tee, where were you when I sought to create more everyday garments over the summer? Oh thats right, you were waiting for me as a free download in cyber space, I just didn’t know about you!
Ive had the Hawthorn pattern in my stash since July 2013, shortly after it’s release. I bought feather fabric to make it but after making my bodice muslin I didn’t think the feathers were the right print and decided to use them for a Mortmain.
I’m a sucker for a Wizard of Oz quote, even when it must be butchered to suit my needs (by the way, Pavot is French for Poppy). After all of the stalled starts (read about them here) because I couldn’t find a fabric to use and all of the sizing adjustments I needed to make, I honestly had low expectations for this jacket. Perhaps my added measures due to nervousness were what made it come out so good!