Tag Archives: Cotton + Steel

Sometimes I come across a print and just have to have it. When I saw Rashida Coleman Hale’s Nanners lawn I knew straight away Wallace needed a Sketchbook shirt in the fabric. It’s just too good.  I’ve been saving up some fabrics to update his wardrobe with more Sketchbook Shirts, and this one needed to…

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I hit up my Seamwork library again for the Veronica pattern, and she did not disappoint. I have so many good things to say about this pattern! First of all, the silhouette of this dress is just perfect. Its flattering and modest, and so very classic. I want to compare it to the Staple Dress,…

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Back in March, the husband bought me Rifle Paper Co’s latest fabric collection, Wonderland for my birthday. My very favorite print in the collection is the green floral rayon (okay, it’s actually a black background, but it reads green to me). Cotton + Steel has the very best rayon in my opinion. It’s so soft and supple,…

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Hello there! I’m popping in today to show off the finished Printshop quilt that Layla and I worked on together.  From the time she saw this collection by Alexia Abegg for the first time, it was all the love for Layla. The colors, the designs were all so perfect for her.  We used a simple…

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A few weeks ago while I was in the midst of packing, I felt the urge to use up some fabric and make Layla some new dresses. These urges seem to happen when I should be doing something responsible. Ha! It was perfectly justified though, because Layla is seriously lacking dresses and I didn’t want…

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