A day spent making my contact cards with scraps of fabric and buttons. Using my trusty Bernina minimatic sewing machine. It maybe over 30 years old but it still sews like a dream
Sewing Tip: For a professional finish on all your sewing projects always make sure your needle is in the fabric When turning a right angle
Here’s an example of a finished card
My world revolves around my huge stash of fabric which occupies my garage and takes over my home. I do not restrict myself to one era and love retro fabric, classic sanderson prints, Liberty designs, conversational prints, Laura Ashley etc. From small scraps for patchwork to huge rolls for curtains and blinds – they all find a home in my cupboards and drawers ready for a project or a customers request.
This weeks best sellers on eBay are this classic 1950s cotton leaf print
And these vintage Scottish and welsh wool tweed skirt lengths
I have more of the leaf print in stock if required.
This is my first entry on worpress and I’m going to share with you some of my vintage fabrics, crafting ideas and sewing tips. I run a small business selling vintage fabrics, haberdashery and all things craft related on ebay and through vintage fairs. Its a wonderful world of prints, textures and colour. If you love fabric, buttons, vintage and design – this is the site for you
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