June 25, 2009

Nani Iro and Chelsea fabric


I have been counting down the days for this shipment to arrive. For me, Nani Iro textiles are the equivalent of what Dove chocolates are to chocolate. Pure self indulgence to the textile appetite. And yes... they too shirr up quite nicely =) Here's the link to the new Nani Iro fabrics in the shop.

Also new at Phat Fabric, and wonderfully unique in their own right, are two new Chelsea fabrics. Cobweb in black...


and Cobweb in yellow...

Unlike the other Chelsea fabrics, these two fabrics are not double gauze, however they are 100% cotton. Very cute in a cobwebby way ;)

Cheers,
Jamie

5 comments:

Missy Melissy said...

OOh! That cobweb fabric get me thinking of Halloween. I'm thinking my girls could use dresses for preschool (they are 2 and 4). Okay, the younger one's not in preschool, that dress would just be for me. Love your site. I've checked in on it a few times lately. Your dresses are beautiful. I like the aprons too. I've designed a few myself but haven't sold patterns. How do you get into that? Well, nice to meet you. I'm thinking about the cobwebs . . .
Melissa

GoyaDesigns said...

I checked out your fabric in the shop and the colors are very vibrant, and I'm learning so much about fabric designers through your blog. I feel like a fashionista.

Pretty Ditty said...

Melissa - Thanks for the kind words. As for making patterns, it was a lot of trial and error. I used illustrator to illustrate and draw the patterns. That's pretty much what it comes down to.

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