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  • Fabric Fetish

August 29, 2018

Some people collect dishes, and some people collect shoes.  Not me, I have a huge fabric collection.  That doesn't really surprise you does it?  Fabric is my inspiration, my love and why I sew.  Don't get me wrong, I love to sew for the kids, but my passion for fabric was born long before my kids were born.  

Living in Germany, traveling to Italy and Turkey, I got to visit some beautiful quality fabric stores.  I spent two years in Turkey with my husband, who worked on the air force base.  Thank goodness, we lived off base, and I was able to travel and see the country.   The most important thing I learned was that the Turkish people are born craftsmen.  They can make just about anything with their hands, and everything you want for the american dollar.   Just like you see in Cuba, cars from the 50"s and 60's still run because they make the parts themselves.  Carpets are handwoven with silk and wool threads in their garages.  The yarns are all hand dyed.  Whether carpets, hand carved wooden furniture, fabrics, copper pots, or clothing - it is all there.   I visited fabrics stores that had wall to wall fabrics, in what seemed to be old airplane hangers.  On every corner was a tailor willing to make you a suit in a week.  I remember my first trip to a fabric company in Izmir, Turkey.  Their vast displays of silk head scarfs and men's ties were breathtaking.  The bright colors, the thread count, and the designs were just gorgeous.  Many people left that country happy to return home, but I have fond memories of their genuine craftsmanship and kindness.

So as you can see my love for fabric came first, which explains why the moment I see a fabric I love...... I have to have it.  My stash holds many gems, and my next release is one of them. 

I tend to pick a brown, green, or red fabric for the Fall season, but in this case, I was not quite ready to let go of the summer.  I chose this gorgeous orange fabric from Lecien, which is bright and fun.  I have hoarded it for much too long.  


Say hello to our new POPPY DRESS.  It is a classic design, and I chose to combine the fabric with a small pink floral print, making this dress totally girly (just the way I like it).  The backside is buttoned, and dips a bit lower, and the sash can be tied in the front or the back.  This is a one of a kind dress, and I hope you like it.

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Sizing Chart











NB 16-17in. -  41-43cm 11in - 28cm
3MOS 17-18in - 44-46cm 12in - 31cm
6MOS 18-19in - 46-48cm 13.5in - 35cm
12MOS 20in - 51cm 16in - 41cm
18MOS 20.5in - 52cm 17in - 43cm
2T 21in - 53cm 19in - 48cm
3T 22in - 56cm 20.5in - 52cm
4T 22.5in - 57cm  22in - 56cm
5 23in - 58cm  23.6in - 60cm
6 24in - 61cm 25in - 63.5cm
7 25in - 63.5cm 27in - 69cm
8 26in - 66cm  28in - 71cm
10 28in - 71cm 29.5in - 75cm
12 30in - 76cm 31in - 79cm