Posts tagged ‘etsy’

EmmaBee Textile Arts

Emma Bee Textile Arts is a Fremantle, Australia-based shop selling through Etsy, offering unique Chinese fabric and finished home accessories. Emma says of the red peony print above, “this beautiful iconic print makes beautiful cushions or tablecloths. … I am told on my travels in China that is is becoming scarce and I am nervous [...]

Vintage Fabric Source Roundup: Part II – Etsy

a Mary Beth and Kim joint production This is Part II of our roundup of vintage fabric sources — see part 1, featuring stand-alone websites and brick-and-mortar shops, here. Finding vintage fabric on Etsy and eBay is a bit elusive, as sellers come and go quickly or maybe only sell a little bit of fabric [...]

More Cloth

Catherine has been writing some software to classify fabrics by color. She built morecloth.com to pick out color-related groups of fabric on Etsy. Very cool! Related posts: My Fabric on COLOURlovers Fabricmatcher.com My Blues on COLOURlovers Help Beta Test Project 95′s Independent Fabric Shop Database The Fabric List

Meet the Sponsors: Jody Rowan of the Fabric Shoppe

Today, as part of the Meet the Sponsors series, allow me to introduce the lovely Jody Rowan, owner of the Fabric Shoppe on Etsy. What stands out most about the Fabric Shoppe to me is Jody’s eye for design, as evidenced by her cute owl logo, and the wonderful and fabric combinations she creates by [...]

Meet the Sponsors: Fabric Supplies

Charlie and Lindsay Prezzano, “Two Love Birds who Love Fabric.” Next up in our Meet the Sponsors series is Fabric Supplies, an Etsy shop run by the husband-and-wife team of Charlie and Lindsay Prezzano. They specialize in contemporary quilting-weight cottons from all of today’s favorite modern designers, at a discount. As you will see, they [...]

Meet the Sponsors: Deborah Moebes of Whipstitch

Next up in the Meet the Sponsors series is Deborah Moebes of Whipstitch Fabrics. In addition to running Whipstitch on Etsy, Deborah is a mother of three, a children’s clothing designer, and sewing teacher. As you can tell from her responses, Deborah is whip-smart and funny to boot! Keep up with her adventures, and get [...]

Best of 2008: Rifferaff

Shannon Riffe is a designer/entrepreneur who handprints and sells screenprinted paper goods through her Etsy shop Rifferaff. She shares her learning process as a largely self-taught businessperson on her blog Make It. As a former intern at the organic fabric company Mod Green Pod, she is familiar with the indie/boutique fabric scene. It’s one of [...]

EmilyMe

Here is a truly unique and exciting shop. EmilyMe sells through Etsy from Bangkok, Thailand. She gets her fabric from a local family who hand-screenprints their designs on a 90% cotton/10% polyester blend. This family has been making their fabrics since the 1950s and are currently reprinting the vintage designs. There’s an assortment of 60s-70s-ish [...]

Daily Swatch: Red White and Blue Week

Three from Etsy … From the Tin Thimble, $18 for 1.5 yard piece From Zaama, 14 for one-yard piece From Sweet Poppy, $12 for one yard, 16″ piece, poly-cotton blend Related posts: Daily Swatch: Red White and Blue Week Daily Swatch: Red White and Blue Week Daily Swatch: Folky Geometric Week Daily Swatch: Red White [...]