Entries in Art Gallery fabric (18)
It has been a while since we’ve had a selection of African wax prints. I was excited to bust open the box today with our latest order. I love the bright colors and bold designs. With this order we also received an African mudcloth. It’s the black/white print in the upper right of the image. It’s quite special.
Also in this past week is “Priory Square” by Katy Jones for Art Gallery. i’m loving the cyclone fence design.
More blues from Cotton + Steel:
Absolutely gorgeous Nani Iro double gauze prints by Naomi Ito:
Moda continues to introduce fabulous new, fresh colors of dish toweling. Just in time for holiday entertaining and gift giving…stay tuned for all sorts of gift ideas!
First off, thank you to all of you who made it out for our 9th anniversary sale! We truly appreciate your continued support through the years. It’s been an honor to be able to help with your projects, and all the fun, provocative and endearing conversations had along the way have been a delight. Thank you.
Let’s get started with the new arrivals, shall we?
Sometimes fabric comes in that seriously woos me. It actually takes my breath away when I gaze upon it. You know the feeling. The latest order from Seven Islands (from Japan) did just that. It is such a lovely assortment of different types of fabric, as well as designs. Barkcloth, double gauze, twill, canvas, rayon. Here they are:
Various groups of quilting weight cotton prints have arrived too.
We sold through our first order of these fantastic yarn dyed designs, we just had to pick up more!
We hope you have a safe and happy Halloween. Yes, we have felt and tulle! (We get that question a lot these days leading up to the costumed festivities.) And, we will participating in Trick or Treat Alberta Street, so come on by!
by Gina, photos from April
April and I realized we failed to post the fantastic Robert Kaufman Mammoth flannel group. These flannels are great for apparel beyond PJs! Their texture (almost nubby, wool-like), gives them this wonderful feel and makes them perfect for a cozy Negroni. This first day of drizzle makes me feel ready for this cozy stuff…
Bike prints tend to be pretty popular around here and this funky, fun new group “Cleta” by Art Gallery provides a bit of a different spin on the basic prints we’ve had in the past. I’m particularly fond of the chain print and the weird bike trees.
A few more pieces from Kaufman and Dear Stella (I’m loving those metallic sea horses!):
And, this soft, calm group by Shell Rummel for Blend Fabrics, “Sweet Siesta.”
A few new apparel pieces, a voile and two knits from Art Gallery (we have had the grey knit before, but it ran out of here so quickly we picked it up again).
See you soon!