Check out this pile. I’m in love. After seeing the apron I made for Christmas, my mom dug out the other long-forgotten Danish fabric. And now we’re both plotting what to do with it.
These two at the top are my favorites. They’re so Cath.
I still want to make an homage to Cath quilt and all of these would be perfect.
Or they would look great in Union Jacks! Decisions, decisions.
I also love this nubby red gingham and the turquoise, red, and green plaid.
We are trying to figure out who in the world made these beauties. In 2001 my sister’s husband was playing American football in Germany so my mom decided it would be a good time to visit Europe. As I mentioned she found these fabrics at some little fabric place in Denmark. There is no printed selvage edge or any kind of label. So they are a mystery. But they are right up my alley, eight and a half years later.
And while we’re on the subject of fabric, here are a few recent additions from Japan. I am doing a custom quilt for a friend who lived in France this past summer, and where else to find adorable French-themed fabric, than Japan. Of course!
And these elephants. Just because I liked them.
Two years ago my husband had a business trip to Tokyo. It was his first (and only) time ever going to Asia and we thought it was pretty cool. He kindly asked me if there was anything I’d like him to bring back for me, and thinking only of the food and the fact that sushi rolls don’t really travel well on an airplane I said, “nothing.”
It was a month or so after he returned that I discovered Japanese prints and patterns and all the other sewing lovlies that come from there. I could have had him just fill his suitcase with all kinds of goodies. (Besides the plastic ninja swords he brought home.) The thought still makes me cringe sometimes. Especially when I pay those shipping fees.
So there you have it.
A post about fabric. I promise I don’t talk to everyone I meet about the wonders of fabric. I’m not as obsessed as I sound on this blog sometimes. But you people get me. So thanks for listening.
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