Have I shown these fabrics yet? I don't know if I have been looking at these in my bins for so long or if I have already shown some of these to you but I feel like these have already been featured on the blog. Maybe just the one on the far right? Ok, well let's just act like you have never seen these on here before. Starting on the left; the blue and green stripe fabric is a perfect compliment to patterned fabrics for aprons. The second fabric is new but it totally has a retro feeling of 70's bathroom tile. Do you see that? :) I loved the colors and I have no idea what I am going to do with it yet but there was something I was thinking of when I picked it up. The next fabric is the green and white trellis fabric. I would love to use this as a burp cloth and then embroider the baby's name over it. Wouldn't that be cute?! Finally there is the grey fabric with green, blue, white, and purple dots. I think you might have seen this before and I would love to use this for breastfeeding cover. I hope to be back soon with more posts and to show you what I have been up to the past month.
Here is a closer shot of the fabrics. I also opened my Etsy shop again just with the ready made items.
My name is Julia and I am a designer and lover of all things crafting. If there is anything that I think I can make, I give it a try. I have recently been making items that I can give as gifts at baby showers, wedding showers, and as Christmas gifts. I have two cutie sons, my first born son we call "Bee" born 2011 and my second son we call "Squirrel" born 2012.
I would love to make something for you! Check out my Etsy shop! Or you can look on this site for items that I make and then choose a fabric from the picture at the bottom of my blog in the footer (also look around for newer fabrics that I have used, under the label "fabric", that are not in the footer) and email me at designerjules(at)gmail(dot)com.
These are pictures of all of the fabrics that I am currently using. I know these images are small and I would be happy to email you larger image if there is one you like. Please look at the "fabric" label on the right tool bar to see other new fabrics I am using.