Fabric-a-brac creations

Hey there everyone. Are you ready to see some more gorgeous things that people have made using Fabric-a-brac finds? Here we go! Click on the images or the links to head to the creator’s blog posts to find out more details about their creations.

Flossie FT made this gorgeous floral version of the famous Walkaway dress using a floral curtain (!!) she found at Fabric-a-brac.





Two Random Words used this red and black knit she found at Fabric-a-brac to make up the new Colette Moneta dress.



Modern Vintage Cupcakes went all New Zealand-sourced and made up Papercut’s La Sylphide peplum top in a ladybird cotton found at Fabric-a-brac. (For those who don’t know Papercut patterns, they’re an indie pattern company based in Nelson.)



Oh My Hat used this gorgeous owl fabric she found at Fabric-a-brac to make up the Staple Dress by April Rhodes.



Laulipop NZ was doing a bit of procrastinating and decided to make up a new bag, using some grey fabric from Fabric-a-brac for the lining. (Seems like pretty constructive procrastination, doesn’t it?!)



The Dreamstress rounds out today’s Fabric-a-brac creations list, with a smock made from a Fabric-a-brac find, and a lovely fairy story told through photography and her blog post.



Have you made something using fabric (or notions or a pattern or…) that you found at Fabric-a-brac? We’d love to see it! Email macska at gmail dot com with either a link to a blog post about your creation or a photo and details of what you made (if you don’t have a blog) and we’ll include it in a future Fabric-a-brac creations round-up.

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