Posts tagged ‘shopping’

Petit Pan

Petit Pan of France offers sweet baby clothing and home goods created with their exclusive line of fabrics. They also sell their fabrics to those who would like to DIY instead of (or in addition to!) purchasing finished goods. Petit Pan is inspired by Chinese themes and motifs, which is interesting to see. The collection [...]

Visit Your Local Quilt Shop Day!

The True Up household has been visited by various virii and allergies and mixtures of both this week, so I wasn’t able to participate in Local Quilt Shop Day to the extent that I’d hoped (or anything else, for that matter), but, even though it’s past closing time already, I couldn’t let the day pass [...]

Paper Fabric

These fabrics printed with basic paper patterns was kicking around Pinterest today. Sometimes the simplest ideas are the best, right? The cotton-linen blend fabric is sold by UniqueShiny on Etsy. Related posts: Melbomba: Owls Happy Labor Day Weekend! Preview: Cutebots and Flower Shop by Rashida Coleman-Hale Kokka Cotton Linen Happy Cats and Dogs

Meet the Sponsors: Pam Denesyk of Mad About Patchwork

Mad About Patchwork is a longtime sponsor of True Up, and I was happy to get to know owner Pamela better via my Meet the Sponsors series. MAP is one of the few online shops based in Canada. BUT WAIT! Don’t tune out if you live outside of Canada — Pamela carries lots of stuff [...]

Knits and More at Kumquat

I posted about Kumquat a couple years ago — I just checked in again and found some new cute knits (including several sought-after stripes) and wovens for the wee ones, in addition to their adorable baby clothes. Related posts: Kumquat New Knits at Ottobre Striped Knits at Raystitch Knits by Loomservice New Indie Fabric Shop [...]

Meet the Sponsors/Giveaway: Selkie’s Stash

Because I wrote some fightin’ words against Australia yesterday, here’s a Meet the Sponsors interview and giveaway JUST for my friends down under. (Is using that Northern-hemisphere-centric cliché worse than saying the U.S. is just as awesome in the hand-screenprinted fabric department?) Selkie’s Stash owner Melinda Smith is offering a a $20 gift voucher to [...]

Meet the Sponsors: Hyggeligt

{ Mer Shell Tana Lawn by Liberty of London } Hyggeligt stands out not only for its unusual name — which you’ll learn about below — but for its colorful, sophisticated, focused inventory. Chantal Lynch is the proprietress of this Canadian brick-and-mortar shop, which is located in the Richmond Row District in London, Ontario. The [...]

Spring Quilt Market 2011: Yara African Fabrics

Yara‘s traditional African fabrics really stood out from the crowd at Quilt Market. Although not traditional quilting fabric, many of these 100% cotton fabrics could be used to make really interesting and different quilts. Yara has a website, but all orders must be placed over the phone. Luckily, the owners are super friendly and will be [...]

Hilco Digital Prints

I’ve been wondering if/when this would happen — a major manufacturer offering digitally printed fabrics. German apparel fabrics company Hilco is the first I have known of. This print, Ink Rings, is on a viscose jersey knit and is sold through the Netherlands-based Jersey Fashion (who ships worldwide, for those of you looking for women’s [...]