Wednesday, April 8, 2020

New Japanese Imports Are Here For Spring & Summer

Groovy Flowers & Rock in Fire and River

Our wonderful collection of Japanese Imported prints are always something to boast about. The visual culture of Japan remains a huge inspiration of our home sewing projects. Take a look at the new quilt weight cottons and canvas prints available. Shop all Japanese Import Fabrics>>

Hello Happy Birds Canvas in Cream and Navy


Warthog Fam Canvas in Yellow and Grey

Cat Thoughts Canvas Natural


We Are Friends Canvas


Meerkat & Lemur Canvas in Teal & Natural

Skateboards Canvas Wood


Zen Garden


Playland Pieces and Playland Canvas


Large and Tiny Garden Harvest in Buttercream


Cheeseburger Stripe Double Border Canvas


Sweet Treats White

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Friday, April 3, 2020

Dreamer By Jenny Ronen | Her & History By Bonnie Christine

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Somewhere in between where the sun sets and the moon rises, evening animals come out to play. The sky is frosted with little puffs of ice cream clouds. Anything is possible in the land of dreams.

Cabin Peaks Quilt Kit From Cotton + Joy

New Fabricworm Custom Bundles

Her & History was inspired by stories and memories from our elders. It celebrates the moments shared with our grandparents that are near and dear to our hearts. This collection reminds us of our heritage, where we came from, and what we hope to leave behind.
Follow this link to receive the free PDF download of the Homage Quilt pattern from Bonnie Christine and begin a new family quilt featuring her new collection or some of your favorites.

Fabric Donation Update!

Thank you for the GIANT response to our donations for fabric to sew masks! We have already shipped out 520 yards of fabric for the cause and couldn't have done this without the generosity of our communities who are sewing. As our goal has been exceeded, we have reached our maximum amount of donation yardage at this time. 
Sincerely and Warmly,
Cynthia Mann
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Sunday, March 29, 2020

Cystal Clear and Nara Homespun For Some Moody Greys & Blues

Every other season the current designers from Cotton + Steel make one collection together to sum up their travels. From the United Kingdom collaborative, Crystal Clear, we encourage you to create something very unique in these moody greys and teals. Polar bears, polka dots, London maps, and Stonehenge are just a few prints to name.

Nara Homespun by Sevenberry for Robert Kaufman

The Nara Homespun collection is 100% cotton with texture great for indigo clothing, great accents in your home decor, and even quilting. (Above: Farrow Dress by Grainline Studio.)
Dear Fabricworms,
I am beyond thankful to you for the continued support, for posting pictures to keep us laughing, and to anyone who is sewing for a difference! As a fabric lover and owner I had an idea to help when news outlets expressed the need for fabric masks. We came up with a
Fabric Face Mask Tutorial for personal use, but I knew we could do more! To start, we teamed up with people and organizations to donate fabric to reach sewists already sewing face masks for local hospitals. It was my pledge to donate 100 yards of fabric to make masks for Respiratory Therapists, Physical Therapists, Housekeepers, Phlebotomists, Cooks, and Administration personnel who may not be front-line, but are essential. We are proud to announce that in just days we have donated 100+ yards! If you can contribute time to sew 100+ masks immediately or are already working with a group sewing masks and are in need of fabric donations please email about how we can help YOU.
Fabricworm employees will continue to post new collections and ship your online orders, but please understand our shipping times have slightly increased due to the unusual state of things and the effects of COVID-19.  We are hopeful our communities will get through this and we thank you deeply.
Cynthia Mann

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