fabric-y goodness

I love to share a good find. I’m sure most of you are familiar with Fabricworm, but I have to spread the word to those who haven’t found her fabric-y goodness. This makes me salivate.. OMG, the possibilities..


This is quite possibly the sweetest fabric I have ever seen. The whole series by Alexander Henry is fantastic. I’ll be making a lot of dresses out of this stuff!

I think I have a fabric problem. I become a tad obsessive about fabrics. I spend many a hour looking at my fabrics, thinking of all the wonderful things I can make. Nothing for myself mind you..  I never,ever sew for myself. I’m so used to sewing doll stuff that I find people sewing a bit daunting. I’ve decided to change that and sew myself a skirt, I’ll take a couple of hours and make one up.  The way the economy is going I think a lot of us will be sewing for ourselves more.

Sorry for the lack of blogging as of late. It’s been nutty here and every spare moment is spent making dolls. I wish I could respond to all the emails and comments but I just can’t right now. I am telepathically sending comments and replying though, just so you know that I do care 🙂

Meike - October 8, 2008 - 1:58 am

Oh. My. Goodness. I *need* that fabric! Never mind I can’t sew anything besides dolls for the life of me! I’ll find someone who can. It is gorgeous!!

CanCan (Mom Most Traveled) - October 8, 2008 - 2:26 am

This is adorable! Note to self: must birth female child one day!

Christine - October 8, 2008 - 6:30 am

That fabric is so beautiful!! I must check it out, I didn’t know Fabricworm, silly me. 🙂
Good luck with all your hard work too!


pascaline Legros - October 8, 2008 - 11:43 am

beautiful fabrics you are right i wish I could sew for myself… lucky you…

dottyspots - October 9, 2008 - 11:48 am

It’s absolutely adorable! Nin’s room is due for decoration (or rather we’re having a big shift around and she’s going into the box room which will need decorating) and she’d absolutely love that!

What’s the name of the series?

Naomi - October 9, 2008 - 6:12 pm

Wow. I need a big twirly skirt in that fabric for me, Roo, and her Bamboletta friend… she keeps changing the dolls name, but it is usually a variation on flower-sunshine-rainbow, which is so hilarious to me. (Of course, she wanted to name Jasper “onion” so obviously names aren’t really her forte yet!)

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