Hey there folks! Guess what? It’s time for another show-and-tell of pretty things you’ve all made from purchases at Fabric-a-brac!
Are you ready? Here goes….
Spotty Not Quite Nautical dress – The Dreamstress
This rather stunning 1930’s style spotted dress, from The Dreamstress, was made using blue-and-white spotted rayon from Fabric-a-brac.
Home Sewn Icebreaker Jacket – Sewing Down Under
For those colder days, here’s a cozy Icebreaker-style jacket, made by Sewing Down Under using merino from Fabric-a-brac.
Monochrome Cushion Cover – Oliphant Kat
It’s not all about clothes, you know! Here’s a cute cushion cover made by Oliphant Kat, using a black and white cotton knit she found at a Sydney Fabric-a-brac.
Floral Dream dress – Modern Vintage Cupcakes
This floral wrap dress was made by Modern Vintage Cupcakes, using vintage viyella from a Wellington Fabric-a-brac.
Floral Lampshade – Sent From My iRon
Back to the home furnishings, here’s a pretty floral lampshade, from Sent From My iRon, made using a Fabric-a-brac fabric find.
Floral Dress – Josie
And rounding out our creations collection today is this pretty floral shift dress, made by Fabric-a-brac founder, Josie! (Doesn’t she look fab?!!)
Have you made something using things found at Fabric-a-brac? We’d love to hear about it, to include in future round-ups! Feel free to include a link to a blog post about a creation in the comments below, or email links or images through to macska at gmail dot com.