Fabric-a-brac creations


It’s been a while, but we’re back with another round-up of what everyone has been making with Fabric-a-brac finds! Ready to get inspired? Here we go….

Fine Feathered Friends dress by The Dreamstress

First up – the Dreamstress made a beautiful dress using feather printed fabric from Fabric-a-brac in Palmerston North.

Befeathered Belcarra top  by Crazy Gypsy Chronicles

Befeathered Belcarra top by Crazy Gypsy Chronicles

No, you’re not seeing things – Crazy Gypsy Chronicles bought the same feather printed fabric, also from the Palmerston North Fabric-a-brac, and made a Belcarra top in it!

La Sylphide dress by The Curious Kiwi

Isn’t this a gorgeous dress? Made by The Curious Kiwi, using a silk twill from the Wellington Fabric-a-brac event.

Mushrooms dress by Ruby Dust

Mushrooms dress by Ruby Dust

A dress with mushrooms on it! How fun is that?! Made using Wellington Fabric-a-brac fabric, by Ruby Dust.

The Well Composed Dress by Adventures of a Girl from the Naki

The Well Composed Dress by Adventures of a Girl from the Naki

Speaking of fun fabric – isn’t this a great mix of prints by Adventures of a Girl from the Naki? (The spotted print on the top is a Fabric-a-brac find.)

Pinky Bar Cressida dress by Modern Vintage Cupcakes

This one is keeping things in New Zealand – a dress made by Modern Vintage Cupcakes, using fabric from Fabric-a-brac Wellington, and a pattern by a Dunedin designer.

Summer dress by Nikkis Stitches

Perfect for summer (if the warm weather comes back?!?) is this pretty sundress made by Nikkis Stitches, using Fabric-a-brac fabric.

Parakeet in a Pohutukawa Tree dress by The Dreamstress

Parakeet in a Pohutukawa Tree dress by The Dreamstress

And to round out todays creations round-up, here’s another bird themed dress – parakeet fabric from Wellington Fabric-a-brac! Made into a lovely sundress by The Dreamstress.

So there we have it – lots of great creations made using Fabric-a-brac finds!

Have you made something using a Fabric-a-brac find? We’d love to see it! Email macska at gmail dot com with a link to a blog post or a photo and some info about your creation, and we’ll include it in the next creations round-up post. 🙂

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