I have been adding to my fabric stash over the last few months, and I haven't shared for quite awhile my latest purchases. Since there is quite a large stash, I will separate this into two posts: one for rayon, and one for cotton prints. I might as well start with the two rayon prints above. I bought these matching rayon challis prints to make skirts for my Etsy shop. The blue has already been cut and sewn. All the skirts are just waiting to have elastic stuck in the waistband. The black is still waiting to be cut.
This is a navy blue rayon twill that I bought to make a pair of 1940's culottes this summer. Unfortunately this is also on the hold pile courtesy of roller skating. I may or may not actually get them done this summer.
This lovely pink rayon challis is waiting to be turned into skirts, and possibly a dress for me. I loved the print and couldn't resist buying many many yards of it. Hopefully, it won't be many more months before some skirts in this print are available in my shop.
This is yet another rayon challis for my shop. I have plenty of it to make into skirts. One of which will be for myself. I ordered something along the lines of 6.5 yards and was shipped nearly 10. So I have extra yardage courtesy of Fabric.com that I can do what I want with. I let them know that they sent me more than I requested, and they were gracious to let me keep it. In the next few months, I will hopefully have some completed projects from these fabrics.
Sarah loves to sew, learn more about sewing, and create items with a vintage flair. Her arch enemy is clipping curves, and she has a tolerable relationship with the seam ripper.
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