Vintage Fabric – Updating the Website..

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Time for the annual update of Vintage Fabric’s website..

The site has useful and interesting links for anyone keen on fabric, sewing and interiors.   As well as information about us and our blog, it has links to our ebay shop ‘vintage fabric and curtains’, a page showing all the Sanderson fabric we have in stock ( changed frequently), one dedicated to fabric bundles and a fabric of the month page.

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Fabric bundles useful for patchwork and crafts, the one below is made up of rare and unusual Laura Ashley cotton pieces.

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‘Fabric of the Month’ showcases a favourite or special fabric or textile; the idea is to change the page monthly, though time goes too quickly at times…

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A page showing the Sanderson & William Morris fabric we have in stock..

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Let’s hope that it can be found on Google and other search engines now..

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What People Make with the Fabric I sell – Lana Sevin’s Teddy Bears

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Lana Sevin Graduated as Garment Designer and Dressmaker – sewing and craft being almost life time experience.She is passionate about reproduction of vintage teddy bears making and refurbishing them using velvet and mohair and embellishing them with vintage fabric.

The jointed velvet teddy-rabbit below is called Albino and has ears and clothes made out of vintage Laura Ashley cotton fabric in a design called ‘stocks’.

The mohair teddy bear below is dressed in vintage Sanderson cotton fabric for the clothes

This little teddy bear  is called ‘tindy windy’ and is made from pink and black tweed and velvet and stands 14″ tall. Many of Lana’s bears are adult collectors items not for children.

Lana also makes  individual handbags  using high quality vintage Sanderson linen fabric remnants. Visit her Etsy shop called Tweet and Sew where more of  her bears can be seen.

What People make with the Fabric I sell – Sadie Ruben, Maid in the Forest

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Danish sculptor and textile artist Sadie Ruben makes one of a kind handmade girl’s dresses for Maid in the Forest.  Her dresses  are unique pieces of artwork, mixing colours and textures unlike anything you will find in the mass market. These inside-out dresses often have unfinished edges, top-stitching and others unique details.

Sadie uses vintage fabrics such as this Sanderson 1984 linen in rusty forest colours, she has combined it in the dress above with pink quilted satin insert.

Her  Etsy shop  has an range of unusal bridesmaid’s dresses and accessories. More of her art can be found on her website www.sadie.dk