Entries in Amy Butler (5)
It may be quicker to let you know what isn’t new right now! Not really, but we do have so many new things. It’s a bit crazy. Let’s get started, shall we?
We’ll start off with the non-fabric newbies. A fresh box of ribbons! Including some designed by Amy Butler and Anna Maria Horner. Lovely, lovely.
The latest, and very cute, patterns from Sew Liberated.
Our new outdoor fabric selection. We’re pretty excited to offer this!
New canvas and medium weight cottons from Premier Prints.
Gorgeous light weight cotton and cotton/silk. So soft and elegant.
More and more knits! The middle one has hot pink flocked stars…oh yeah.
Cotton, linen, hemp blend and more cotton.
Spring House from Moda.
Cameras and raffle tickets in 2wenty Thr3e also from Moda.
Whew, there you have it. A glimpse of just some of the new goodies that await you. A huge thank you to Hannah and Heather for help with the pictures.
And, don’t forget there’s just a few more days to our March Madness promotion!
I have a rule that I don’t buy any fabric from the store before others have a good chance to get it first. Last night I was tested. I was getting these new linen pieces from Amy Butler ready to put out and my mind was racing with projects. I am smitten with these prints. They are gorgeous. The weight, the colors, the designs. Everything is lovely about these. Come feast your eyes and let your mind race too!
The two sweet silky soft cotton voiles are also from Amy Butler. Lovely, perfect for spring clothing.
The black and pink combo in Portland designer Erin McMorris’s latest group, Moxie, is fun and playful. I love the word bubbles on the left—so clever. And, the “HELLO!” print is quite fun as well. The black and grey paired with the bubble gum pink and swimming pool blue help this group span the age groups.
Another super fun and vibrant group that has just arrived is Folk Heart by Sara Trail. She’s a teenager with a blog for the younger set to get ideas for sewing. Impressive designs! And, some colorful hearts…just in time for making valentines…And lastly I’ll leave you with a little postage collection.
Don’t forget this Saturday kicks off our Organization of the Month program, with a “donation day” for Dress for Success Oregon. Hope to see you then!
I believe I can speak for all the girls at Bolt when I say that we crave color. We do a lot of dreaming here and there’s no use keeping it to ourselves. Have a look in our lookbook and be inspired.
Gina dreams of Amy Butler’s Sandlewood Jacket in a piece from Anna Maria Horner’s Lou Lou Thi line. The lining is a lovely voile that just arrived from Amy Butler’s newest line Cameo. She would like to extend one side of the coat and fasten it with buttons instead of leaving it open without a closure as the pattern suggests.
Amy has a wild side. This knit is so fun! She would like to sew this very simple blouse from Tanya Whelan’s Sew What You Love. This book is full of so many simple projects that are very gratifying.
I’m jealous of April’s dream. Very classy. Liberty and Colette seems like the perfect marriage. Need I say more?
Heather chose a lovely crosswoven linen and Sewaholic’s Cambie dress. I love it. This linen is the sister of the linen she suggested I use to sew up the Lonsdale.
I chose this beautiful Indian orange silk linen blend to sew Jamie Christina’s Miz Mozelle dress. This pattern suggests a knit or fabric with stretch though you can use a fabric without stretch. I will be sure to size up one for the bodice, sleeves, and collar.