Entries in dish toweling by the yard (4)
by GinaThese great new knits (top pic) and voile (lower pic) are making me think summer sewing! All but the interesting “snaggy” knit are from Art Gallery, and just like their fantastic quality quilting weight cotton, these knits are soft and stretchy and the voile is airy and silky. I continue to be impressed with their fabrics! And, a few new prints on quilting weight are here too:
Fabulous new colors of Andover chambray….and a metallic! It’s tricky to see those silver metallic threads on the white, but they’re there. Our latest Essex colors and a great two color seersucker. We also have classic red/white and greyish-navy/white. These sweet Scandinavian birds are a welcome addition to the mix.
We are restocked with dish toweling. Come and get it! And, we mentioned it last week, but I thought I’d toss in a photo of this great new line from Cloud 9, organic cotton:
Happy sunny Thursday! Enjoy and we’ll see you soon.
A new product at the shop is huck toweling. It’s all cotton and very absorbent. I love the clean finished edges. It’s traditionally used for Scandinavian stitching like you see here. I don’t quite have the time for such a project so I used my machine. To me, white is a blank canvas so I took some inspiration from a post I saw on Purl Bee and got to stitching. These towels are the perfect weekend project and a great gift for a host.
I used 3/4 yd. for each towel and chose a nice spring palette.
We’ve just received 10 new rolls of dish toweling! These make great gifts for the holidays or for a party host.