Saturday, August 15, 2015

Pet Project Show #33: Adding to the Stash

A sale from Fabricworm was too good to pass up. The joy about buying online is the selection seems limitless, but that also makes it harder to choose. Depending on whether you're buying fabric to use personally or to manufacture goods makes a difference. Just because we like it doesn't mean someone else will. I try to keep to the 'middle of the road' on some fabrics, but others are just indulgences.

The Japanese prints were the sale items, and I found a few I'd been looking for. The top fabric is baking instructions in Swedish, and I love it. I lived in Sweden as an exchange student, and still speak and understand enough Swedish to get along so this is fun!

The giraffes are fabulous! I would love to see a serious bag lined in these.

This Moda print is happy, and reminds me of some of the cute Japanese prints. The stripe is an Alexander Henry print. Wouldn't they look fun used together in a wedge pattern?

Another Alexander Henry just wowed me. The longer I look at the graphics from this textile house, the more taken I am.

I like to take chances on sale fabric, and there were a few that were far outside my comfortet zone. How about that gold shimmery plaid? Once again, I was seeing it done in a wedge. 

Now it's your turn to show off your own Pet Project. What's your current obsession, love, or new toy? Link it up with The Pet Project Show and strut your stuff!

Pet Project Show

Add your links here every Saturday-Monday. 


No worries! It's EASIER than EVER. You may link up any or all posts you've created in the past week.

1. Use the blue 'Add Your Link' button (below left) to upload something you've created in the past week. Any kind of handiwork--share it now! It can be a work in progress, finally finished, or even your fab new fabric. Whatever it is that inspired you to create this week, we'd like to see it here. 

2. Link to a specific post, and not just your blog address. It makes it easy for anyone following your link to find the project.

3. Provide a backlink to Pink Doxies with a link in your post, and pick up our Pet Project Show button in the sidebar, if you'd like. Copy the code, then create a Pet Show widget with 'Add by HTML' on your Layout page.


1. You can link up to your Instagram. Click on the Instagram icon at the bottom of the link up screen. The URL of your Instagram feed will be your link. Please hashtag  #pinkdoxiespetproject

Either way you link up, remember it's a party here, so schmooze with the crowd! Visit others who've linked up, and leave a comment so they know what you like about their work. 

The Linky Party starts now, and runs until Monday, August 10th at midnight. Spread the word, and tell all your stitchy friends.
*The first Saturday party of each month will feature several of the Doxie's and my favorite link ups. By linking up, you are giving permission for me to post your picture with a backlink to your blog or Instagram account. 

Linking Up With~
Mollie Sparkles


Teje Karjalainen said...

Hi Julie! You have found adorable fabrics! So inspiring - I love the giraffes and the Alexander Henry prints and and ... I love them all! Thank you for the party! x Teje

Sew Surprising said...

What great picks, do love the text fabric most of all :)

Gina said...

I love those fabrics. Those bikes are so cute

Barb Neiwert said...

Now that you've bought the fabric, I'm looking forward to seeing what you'll make with them. Lots of wedgies, from the sound of it! Coincidentally, we hosted an exchange student from Stockholm for a year. He spoke fluent English so we never had a communications problem, thank goodness! Love that text fabric.

Mary Huey said...

Alexander Henry has been ahead of the curve for more years than I can count when it comes to design!!