Lib's Elliot has nailed this geometric abstract collection. All these prints are available as yardage (as stock allows) and I'm guessing this is going to be a very popular fabric range! I like the range in scale across the prints and my favourite is Rocks in Gold, followed by Sand in Charcoal. There's also a free quilt pattern to download too. On a side note, I really struggle spelling "Tattooed" correctly, is that just me?!
Tilly and The Buttons Eden Coat.
Tilly is the queen of clear, simple, well-photographed instructions and that's so reassuring when tackling a bigger project like a coat. Although it can seem a little overwhelming, a coat in this style has quite an easy fit so sizing is often much easier than a fitted bodice, and a coat is one of those garments that will see such a lot of wear. This pattern includes instructions for making a raincoat in an anorak style, or a warmer longer duffle style coat. Both include a lining, hood and optional zip. I especially like the duffle coat and though this fabric: Wool blend coating in blue/white combined with this Camel antic static lining would work well. A large check so pattern matching shouldn't be too tricky and a good value wool blend. There is a wool blend solid charcoal if pattern matching is too scary! These wooden toggles would be my choice, find others here.