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New source for retro barkcloth - 27 patterns, 68 colorways, from Diamondhead Fabrics -
These days, finding barkcloth to use for window treatments, pillows and other fabric accents can be a difficult and expensive endeavor. The price of vintage..
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I made this skirt two years ago; there were problems from the get-go. I only bought one yard of this glorious fabric, and essentially wrapped it around myself and sewed the ends together. Sure, there are a few darts in there, but the point is that I used all that I had, and it just barely fit. By fit, I mean that I could zip it, but movement was a problem. More specifically, sitting down and breathing simultaneously were problems. The skirt got shelved. When I got home from my semester…
Vintage Kantha Quilt Throw in Burnt Orange
These vintage blankets are all so wonderfully soft and lovely, they really have to be seen and touched to appreciate their full gorgeousness, charm and beauty!! I can't say enough how special they really are :) They have been made using vintage fabrics which have been pieced together and then hand sewn together using tiny stitches to make a beautiful quilt. They are reversible so both sides show a different pattern. As the fabrics are old, you may find a slight stain or a hole that has been…
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Africa | Detail from an 'nbol' from the Shoowa Kuba people of DR Congo | Raffia, embroidered with black yellow and ochre colours.