Monday Matchups

Quick reminder—our Fabric Drive for Coffee Creek Quilters starts today!  Start clearing out your goodies.  See details here.

 —By Heather

The store is jam-packed with wonderfulness right now. At the moment we’ve got some very nice remnants with decent yardage on them, so we thought it’d be fun to offer a bit of inspiration for using them.

1. Colette’s new Juniper pants made up in this mid-weight dark chocolate linen:

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2. Or make the Beignet skirt using the same linen:

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3. And to go with either of those bottoms, you could whip up an Alma blouse—a new pattern from Sewaholic—using this very beautiful cotton lawn. What a smart-looking outfit for Fall!

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4. This extraordinary lawn would make the most lovely Cambie Dress. We’ve got beautiful and silky-soft solid voiles for lining it.

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5. The new Oliver + S Fairy Tale dress, made up in a red silk dupioni with a fancy trim around the waist would be perfect for any special occassion or holiday event.

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6. Coated cotton with a shot cotton lining would make a snappy lunch carrier. This pattern is a favorite in the Little Things to Sew book. And don’t forget our Supportland book incentive.

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7. This last match-up features one of two Liberty wools we have in stock. Remember Melissa’s version of the Hooded Scarf? Don’t let this beautiful, late-summer warmth fool you—the chill is coming, so get a head start on something soft and cozy for yourself or a child in your life. This wool is not a remnant, but the raspberry voile is and contains the perfect amount with which to line a lovely hooded scarf.

Thanks, as always, for being such wonderful customers!