Tuesday, August 09, 2011

Fabric of the Week Discounted 15 %

This is our special fabric of the week.
A cute little retro number by Michael Miller.

This would make the most adorable apron.
All the ladies in this fabric are wearing pretty little aprons and either baking, or cooking, or unloading the dishwasher.

If you purchase this fabric from this link use coupon code FCF15 to reduce your order by 15 %
Thanks And have a great day!
Eileen & Karena

Monday, April 25, 2011

Here is another great idea from one of our clients. His name is John and I love what he has done remodeling his kitchen. John has chosen a vintage countertop which looks like it may be an old table top repurposed. Which I think is so clever. He also chose our black and white gingham with cherries fabric for the skirt.
 a closer look at the fabric.

Just got done with kitchen remodel and your fabric was the VERY, VERY
last item in the long project. As you can see I used the black
background cherry pattern to make a modesty drape to cover the
pots/pans storage area below the retro countertop.

It also comes in a pink and white

Pink Cherry

Nice work John!

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Pretty Little Valentines Fabric Heart

This is a fun craft that you can easily do with your kids or if you are sitting around watching TV.
A beautiful Fabric Rag Heart

The best part ?  You probably have all the items you need already in your home! All you need are fabric scraps,  a wire hanger, silk flowers. This makes a great addition to your front door, or a simple gift to a hostess.

  • Start by bending a wire hanger into the shape of a heart. Twist off the hook- hanger part)


  • Cut fabric of your choice into strips ( I used about 70 strips) 5 in long by 1  or 1+1/2 in.

  • Tie around the hanger as many strips as you like, form into small bows.

Just completely go around the entire wire!

  • Add some silk flowers, ( you tie these into the fabric knots as you go along) Later you can apply a bit of hot glue if you want them to sit better.

You can tie in lolly pops or chocolate candies if you are giving this as a Valentines gift.

I wanted to be able to store it away, so I chose just flowers, and a little tulle.

Just place the rose buds in strategic places of your choosing!

  • Add a twistie tie to the top portion of your hanger
  • Hang your finished product

It does require a bit of time to tie the fabric onto the hanger, ( maybe an hour) but I find it relaxing to do while I watch TV. And the results are well worth the time invested. ; )

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