Tuesday, 20 June 2017

June at Plush Addict

Time for a summery vist to sponsor, Plush Addict.  Three themes: quilting, dressmaking, craft - other projects- bags, cushions etc.

  1. Alison Glass for Andover fabrics, Chroma Handcrafted Batiks.  A modern twist on batiks.  This super saturated colourful range is ready for preorder as a bundle or yardage.
  2. Bethan Janine for Dashwood Studio: Norrland Main White Metallic.  A woodland illustrative theme combines with geometrics and metallics.  See the rest of the collection here, including a stunning border print. 
  3. Laundry Basket Quilts for Andover fabrics: Blue Sky, bundle and yardage.  Gorgeous blue/cream and tan traditional prints.  I've already ordered a few of these and they are beautiful!

  1. Little Darling Cotton Jersey, Swallows on blue.  Pretty cotton jersey, 95% cotton/5% elastane. I've already ordered some of this and it's very well behaved for sewing- no rolling!  I'm going to make a boat neck t-shirt.  Also available in white with blue swallows.  Perfect for a Colette Moneta dress too!
  2. Colette Moneta Dress. Very popular jersey knit dress pattern.  Made by sewing bloggers everywhere!  A large range of Colette patterns have just been added to Plush Addicts pattern selection. 
  3. Colette Sewing Planner.  I like this as a gift option, perfect for the stationery addict/dressmaker!

  1. Linen look canvas fabric - French Vintage Sewing on Natural.  Lovely print, perfect for sewing storage projects like a sewing machine cover or project bag.
  2. Yarn dyed gingham. 100%cotton and a woven gingham, rather than printed. Perfect for table cloths, aprons, school dresses and summer dresses.  Other colour options available here
  3. Linen look canvas fabric - Alice in Wonderland.  This must be the year of Alice in Wonderland prints!  This canvas weight fabric is 140cm wide and 80% cotton/20% polyester.


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