Posts Tagged ‘Windham Fabrics’

Just in!

Tuesday, November 1st, 2011

Just a warm hello and a quick note to let you know that Lotta’s new fabrics are in stock now! We have 5 designs so far, let us know if you want to see more and which ones, they are gorgeous, I am already putting some on the side for myself.

Lotta and her first fabric line by Windham Fabrics

We have also recevied 2 cuties, pink, flowers, bold, fun, who can resist a Pocket full of posies??

Pink flowers


Multicolour flowers

Sunday Stash #19

Sunday, October 30th, 2011

How do you fancy a vintage-inspired fabric on Sale? We thought you might like to get this cheerful design, and with a 15% discount you might not be able to resist it ;)

Plaid Flowers in Red – Floursack

I didn’t know why the name of floursack, but clever Nicola did the research and this is what she found: “Printed floursacks, (and feedsacks) were a tradition beginning in the great depression, but lasted into the 1950′s. It is estimated that by the early 1940′s over 3 million women and children were wearing some version of a printed feedbag garments.”

To check more of the floursack collection click here.

The sale will last until Wednesday 2nd November, 2011.

Have a great day!

Echo the new fabric line by Lotta Jansdotter

Tuesday, October 18th, 2011

The fabric world is just getting better and better every day. We, like many of you, were so exited to find out that multitalented design hero Lotta Jansdotter was launching her first ever fabric line that we couldn’t help it but to do some shopping.

Lotta and her first fabric line by Windham Fabrics

Lotta’s Scandinavian style has won us over with her patterns and printing and stencil books, not to mention her finished products, and now she is surprising us all over again with her clean, simple and modern fabric patterns.

Placemats, cushions, dresses... we want to make everything with these fabrics!

Some might say that this collection will only appeal to the urban dwellers, but we will have to disagree with that, this collection as many of Lotta’s designs has been inspired by the Nordic landscape and I bet it will add a breath of fresh air to any country cottage.

I bet the man in your life will have no objections on you buying some fabric if you are going to make a shirt like this one.

Click here to see some of the fabrics that will be in stock, but if you want a particular one make sure you let us know here.