Just In: Indigo Blues, Upcycled Denim Stripes, Prints Galore
We've been busy, busy, busy at the store receiving boxes of beautiful fabrics. I think you're going to be as excited as we have been to see some of these lovelies, so let's jump right in!
First we have a healthy batch of block prints from Merchant & Mills. On the left we have a watercolor check and bold red block print, while to the right we have yards and yards of bold indigo. All of these are on a lightweight 100% cotton. They have a little bit more body than lawn but are soft and billowy - perfect for summer.
We're so proud to offer new, lovely cotton fabrics made from 100% cotton up-cycled from denim waste in undyed creams and greys. Above are woven stripes. On the left we have a lighter weight that would be appropriate for shirts and other lightweight garments. The left two stripes are heavier. Below are all cotton knits. These are so soft and cuddly, they would be perfect for swaddles and baby clothes - or perfect for you!
Two sateens from Amy Butler that I think would be perfect for some really fun garments, but would be great for home projects, too, like oversized pillows or attention grabbing drapes,
Organic quilting cottons and canvas (far right) from Birch fabric featuring moon phases, horses, and birds.
Another Birch organic cotton double gauze on the left and two new Cotton + Steel apparel fabrics on the right. The little fishes are a cotton lawn and the storks are on Cotton + Steel's signature luscious rayon.
More Cotton + Steel on cotton + linen - folksy cats just waiting to be cutest apron you ever did see and some flies which would make some beautiful, perfectly creepy throw pillows.
Some adorable safari and woodland animal prints on quilting weight cotton from Dear Stella.
A couple of very sweet little floral prints from Amy Butler.
Some back to school prints from Portland local, Erin McMorris. Maybe there's a young student in your life who needs a new pencil case or backpack?
Finally, cozy net print flannel. Come in soon to take a look at all of these new charmers and the shipment of fabrics we got in while I was typing up this blog post. It never stops, friends!