Fabric-a-brac creations


Guess what folks? It’s time for another round-up of things you’ve made using Fabric-a-brac finds! Yay!

Are you ready? There’s some pretty awesome creations to be seen! Here goes….

A-line skirt by Crafty Mermaid

A-line skirt by Crafty Mermaid

How fabulously fun and retro is this skirt? Made in a Fabric-a-brac fabric find by Crafty Mermaid. (Lucky she found that fabric before I did, or it would have gone home with me. It’s fabulous!)

Owls Gillian wrap dress by Two Random Words

Owls Gillian wrap dress by Two Random Words

Oh yeah, this dress has owls all over it! Fabric found at one of the Wellington Fabric-a-bracs, and made up by Two Random Words. (Keeping it local, the pattern is also by a New Zealander – the Gillian wrap dress pattern from Muse Patterns.)

Purple Rain La Sylphide dress by Modern Vintage Cupcakes

Purple Rain La Sylphide dress by Modern Vintage Cupcakes

A purple and black tiny houndstooth found at a Wellington Fabric-a-brac feature on this dress by Modern Vintage Cupcakes. (Keeping in with the New Zealand patterns theme, this one is the La Sylphide dress by Papercut Patterns.)

Circley Tiramisu dress by Ruby Dust

Circley Tiramisu dress by Ruby Dust

This pretty and colourful dress is made by Ruby Dust – the circle print fabric came from Fabric-a-brac. (For the pattern this time, we’re jumping across the ditch – it’s by Australian label Cake Patterns.)

Princess Pink by helencloke

Princess Pink by helencloke

How adorable is this?!? A pink princess dress – the lycra used for a lot of it came from Fabric-a-brac, and the dress was made by helencloke.

Mid-19th Century drawers by The Dreamstress

Mid-19th Century drawers by The Dreamstress

And to round off today’s round-up, we’re taking a step back in time with The Dreamstress, who made this pair of mid-19th century drawers out of fabric found at, you guessed it, Fabric-a-brac!

Have you made something using goodies you found at a Fabric-a-brac? Want to share it with the world in one of the creation round-up posts? Tell us about it so we can include you! Either send us a link to a blog post about it, or just send through a picture and a couple of details.

Happy sewing!

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