May 29, 2009

New Echino Chelsea fabric and more.....


Well hello there!  I've been quite busy these past couple of weeks.  Good busy!  I can't wait to show you what I've been working on..... still working on =)  In the mean time, Phat Fabric has some funky fresh new fabrics in stock.  The first 3 fabrics are part of Estuko Furuya's new Echino fabric line Chelsea (link).  The fabric is a cotton double gauze and has already proven to shirr up quite nicely.  The last fabric (bottom right) is a Kokka fabric by Asuka and is titled Girly and Bitter (link).  I can't wait to get my elastic thread on that!  The print runs railroad which is my favorite for making dresses and aprons.  

Lastly, there are new Echino patterns in the shop.  The patterns are in Japanese.  However, if you have sewn bags before, then you should be able understand the illustrations.




Jamie

10 comments:

MichelleB said...

I love the messenger bag! Are you going to be selling the buckles and rings needed to make it? I'm having a tough time finding those.

Pretty Ditty said...

That's a good idea! As of right now, I don't sell them, but I'll have to check it out.

Thanks for the suggestion =)

GoyaDesigns said...

welcome back to blogworld! I missed ya at coffee this morning. How's your apron pattern coming along?

The Clothes Horse said...

Those fabrics are so pretty!

Jacqueline said...

Yay soooo happy to see a fresh post here! I miss you! >_< Those are gorgeous fabrics and the bag patterns are very nice...i really like that laptop bag! Have a wonderful happy restful weekend and love to you and yours!

lucky knitter said...

Those fabrics are beautiful!

Pretty Ditty said...

I missed ya'lls too!

I have more fabric to show you on Monday or Tuesday. Yippee!

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