More Fabric for November 2009

Sku# CP2018
82% Cotton 18% Polyester
Designer Alice & Olivia

I love reversible fabrics!  It’s like getting 2 fabrics for the price of 1.  The hand of this fabric is like a heavy lawn-crisp with a nice drape.  A modern, graphic daisy print in black and white perfect for a jacket, dress or skirt with simple lines.

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reverse side

Construction in Progress

   Sheer Fusible Tricot Interfacing
 Button- Midnight 7/8″ $5.00
Gutermann thread #020, 010
Ykk invisible zipper #580

Sweet Inspiration

Burda Style 10/09 #112

Pattern Suggestions: Butterick 5147, 5285, McCalls 5817, 5818, Simplicity 2701, 5259, Vogue 8188, 8531

Sewing Tip: Cut out using single fold layout to match the print.

97% Cotton 3% Lycra

This is a fun floral stretch cotton.  Broadcloth weight, the colors are a white ground with khaki leaves and tomato (orange) red roses.  The stretch is crosswise only.  Make a dress, pleated skirt, or light weight jacket.

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Black Stretch Sateen
Sku# CS20119091
97% Cotton 3%Spandex

Construction in Progress

Ykk invisible zipper #501
Gutermann thread #500, 390
Buttons-Sandy 11/16″ $.40
Candy Apple 11/16″ $.50
Marshmallow 7/8″ $.65

Sweet Inspiration

Burda Style 9/09 #138

Pattern Suggestions: Butterick 5320,5350, McCalls 5591, 5859, Simplicity 2636, 2894, Vogue 8535, 8620

Sewing Tip: Use a one-way layout for the directional print.

Sku# CE2020
97% Cotton 3% Elastine
Designer Maggy London

Dots in a semi circle design this soft, light weight knit is from Maggy London.  The eggshell white ground has 1/8″ dots in peach, orange, khaki, and dark brown.  It has stretch both lengthwise and crosswise with more stretch in the crosswise direction.  Make a trendy drapey T-shirt or wrap dress. 

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100% Silk


Construction in Progress

Gutermann thread #470, 511, 021,
Clear Elastic

Sweet Inspiration

Burda Style 8/09#114

Pattern Suggestions: Butterick 5327, 5387, McCalls 5586, 5886, Simplicity 2554, 2804, Vogue 8513, 8582

Sewing Tip:  Use a stretch needle to prevent skipped stitches.

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