CityCraft purchases…

July 17, 2010

Sewing/Crochet

While checking out my new local fabric store, CityCraft, I found some beautiful prints I had to take home.

The tan-colored fabric is one they call “quilter’s tweed”. Am planning on using it with the red fabric to create a buttercup bag.

This Alexander Henry “Apples & Pears” fabric is so fun. I’ve been eyeing the light blue version of it at my local JoAnns store, but really love the contrast of the dark brown. I think this will make a great apron with green accents.

Love, love, love this dark brown print as well. I took all they had left and am planning on making a bag with it (once I figure out how to sew bags) *lol*. It would work great for an apron, too, don’t ya think?

Aren’t these vintage cherries sweet?! I picked up some complementary pink fabric at another store and am still debating what it will be used for. The Amy Butler fabric will be used to make a smock for a friend’s daughter.

So who are your fav fabric designers? What kind of fabrics are you playing with these days?

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One Response to “CityCraft purchases…”

  1. Callie Says:

    So great seeing you in store yesterday! I love your fabric combos – great photographs. Can’t wait to see the results!

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