Linky Tuesday

Sorry for the slow start to the week … it’s been a confluence of sickness and non-fabric-related work around here. Here are the best links compiled from True Up’s Twitter in the past 7 days, plus some extras for good measure:

mod green pod enchanted forest

Naturally Modern is a new shop offering hard to find, limited edition, and out of print eco friendly fabrics. In stock right now are prints by Mod Green Pod (including their out of print Tickled Pink and Enchanted Forest designs — the latter pictured above) Lara Cameron, and a few solids.

Interview with me on Quilts, Inc.’s eInsider newsletter

Cynthia of Fabricworm just opened her brick & mortar shop, Birch Fabrics, in Paso Robles, CA — congrats Cynthia!

Really nice NPR story about Spoonflower that you can listen to online.

Meet Me At Mike’s on Tammis Keefe, with some new-to-me links

Fabric.com is now carrying Vera Lavender fabrics by Vera Wang

Bee Square Fabrics updated with remnants (at sale prices) and Heather Ross Far Far Away (not included in the sale) — get em while you can! Also: Diane writes about shopping Quilt Market on the Bee Square Fabrics blog.

BariJ is holding a giveaway of two fat quarter sets of her new Full Bloom fabric. Stay tuned for an interview with Bari …

How to make old-school oilcloth with a linseed oil rub. Keep in mind that commercial oilcloth is not biodegradable; this method is more eco-friendly. via CRAFT

Two tutorials I used while making my second Amy Butler Barcelona Skirt: a video on installing invisible zippers with regular zipper foot and Made By Rae’s Pleated Pocket Tutorial. ‘Course my sewing machine crapped out before I finished, so I don’t have results to show you yet. Sew, Mama, Sew’s Sewing Machine Master List is making me wanty for a new one …

2 Comments

  1. stacy says:

    I purchased some of the Vera Wang Lavender jersey and LOVE it – I wish I had gotten more. It has a great hand and drape… now if I could find just the right project to use it with!

  2. Melanie says:

    Dude, I LOVE fabricworm. I want to BE fabricworm.