Fabric-a-brac creations


After every Fabric-a-brac, hoardes of crafty people leave happily, cradling bundles of fabric, patterns and notions, taking them to new homes where they’ll be loved.

But what happens to that fabric after that? Where do those patterns go? Do the notions ever see the light of day again??

Well, it’s time to find out! This is the start of a series, delving deep to uncover what’s been made with Fabric-a-brac finds.

Owl patterned tee by The Dreamstress

Owl patterned tee by The Dreamstress

Isn’t this owl patterned tee fabulous? It’s one of a trilogy of tees made using Fabric-a-brac fabrics, by the Dreamstress.

Tartan bag by Flossie FT

Tartan bag by Flossie FT

This super-cute bag made by Flossie FT includes includes both handles and lining fabric found at Fabric-a-brac.

Cordova jacket by Sewist Stitch

Cordova jacket by Sewist Stitch


Here’s a super-cute jacket, made using Fabric-a-brac fabric by Sewist Stitch.

1960's dress by Trees

1960’s dress by Trees

Feel like going back in time? Trees made this pretty dress using a vintage 1960’s pattern, out of fabric she scored at Fabric-a-brac.

Strangers UFO jacket by Modern Vintage Cupcakes

Strangers UFO jacket by Modern Vintage Cupcakes

Following on with the shades-of-green, the Strangers UFO jacket was made from a mystery uncompleted project found at Fabric-a-brac by Modern Vintage Cupcakes.

Jumpsuit by Miriam

Jumpsuit by Miriam


This super funky jumpsuit is (surprise, surprise!) made from a Fabric-a-brac fabric find, by Miriam.

Dress by Verena

Dress by Verena


And this fabulous green dress is by Verena, also made out of Fabric-a-brac fabric.

Aren’t they all fantastic?!? Are they getting you inspired to come along to the next Fabric-a-brac and make things?

What have you made from Fabric-a-brac finds? Want your creations featured in a future post? Either post a link to a blog post about them below or send details and a photo to macska (at) gmail (dot) com.

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