Last Fabrics for May 200960″84% Cotton 8% Polyester 8% Metallic25.00Designer–Nicole Miller

Summertime has its formal moments, too. This glamorous cream and gold brocade will fit the social bill. Soft and pliable with closely spaced dots, this brocade is reversible. Wear it with burgundy, charcoal grey or dark brown accessories.Sewl Mates

60″100% Polyester Satin (victorian gold)9.00Construction in Progress

Rayon lining, Buttons-Pearl/Gold 1- 1/16″ $16.00, Gold/Rhinestone 7/8″ $6.505/8″ $4.00, Gutermann thread #503, Ykk invisible zipper #S597Sweet Inspiration

BWOF 3/09 #123A (dress), 122A (jacket)

Pattern Suggestions: Butterick 4343, 5285, McCalls 3880, 5512, New Look6723, Simplicity 2588, Vogue 2607, 8446Sewing Tip: Press with a dry iron and press cloth.

60″100% Cotton denim19.00Designer-Ralph Lauren

This is a linen-look denim with no stretch. The cross hatch weave in black and white makes the denim look charcoal grey. Perfect for your new pair of custom fit jeans.Sewl Mates

60″100% Cotton knit12.00Construction in Progress

Coats thread #2, Gutermann thread #022, Buttons-Black/Gold 1- 1/8″ $2.50. 11/16″ $1.75, Silver 3/4″ $1.00, Black jean zipper, Schmetz jean zipperSweet Inspirations

BWOF 1/09 #105A

Pattern Suggestions: Butterick 5335, 5353, McCalls 5818, 5894, Simplicity 2636, 2922, Vogue 1090, 1098Sewing Tip: Armo Weft interfacing works great with denim.

61″96% Polyester 4% Spandex16.00Designer–Anne Klein

This black and white matte jersey has a double border on both sides-6.5″ in black and 2.75″ in white on the right side and 4.5″ in black and 2″ in white on the left side. It has great crosswise stretch and less stretch lengthwise. Pick your favorite color to accessorize.Sewl Mate

42″97% Cotton 3% Spandex (black cotton sateen)13.00Construction in Progress

Sheer fusible tricot interfacing, Gutermann thread #020, Schmetz stretch needlesSweet Inspiration

BWOF 4/08 #117

Pattern Suggestions: Butterick 5349, 5352, McCalls 5434, 5706, Simplicity 2618, 2947, Vogue 1012, 8489Sewing Tip: Use a walking foot to prevent skipped stitches.

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