I'm working hard to get these fabulous vintage 1940s fabrics on the website. These are just some of the 40s fabrics that will be added to the website this week. Many are 5 - 10 uncut yards, very exiting!
Cotton, seersucker, and flannel oh my. I adore the vintage bird cotton fabric and it is an uncut 10 yard piece. Be sure to check out the
New Additions link on Revival Fabrics website in the next week for these fabrics and more
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Wednesday, February 08, 2012
I have a thing for stickers. Smiley face stickers. Scratch n' sniff stickers. Those freebie address label stickers you get in the mail.
But the best kind of stickers are those that are still attached to a vintage fabric. Yes!
Here is a vintage circa 1950s fabric with an original Newberrys price sticker for 37 cents a yard. (the fabric has sold on RevivalFabrics.com)
Also, please check out Revival Fabrics Facebook page that has photos of vintage tags and price stickers. I'm adding more soon.
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
I feel lucky to live in Portland, Oregon we have so much creative juices flowing --- independent and fashion designers, sewing, quilting, handbag designers, fabric stores, and even design competitions.
The television show AM NORTHWEST is airing AM Northwest Design Challenge, a competition between The Art Institute of Portland apparel design graduates and students.
Look for the challenge on Mondays and Fridays on AM Northwest from 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. through February 2012.
The designers participating in the Design Challenge are:
You can find the Design Challenge participant bios and Challenge information on KATU
I'll definitely be tuning in to the Challenge this Friday, January 27th.
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
Did you know that the distance from your wrist to your elbow equals your foot length? This video opens with some very cool measurement facts.
In this video you'll learn a system of how to make precisely fitting patterns from just two body measurements, your bust and hip.
You'll be amazed by this pattern making system invented in Germany in 1930 called the Golden Rule. It may just help you with that perfect fit.
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
When I unfolded all 9 yards of this vintage seersucker fabric, I wanted to wrap myself up in all of it's cozy softness. Some seersucker fabrics can be a bit stiff feeling, but not this one.
Spring is right around the corner. With this much yardage, you could make a sleeveless dress, lightweight jacket cover up, skirt, and blouse.
It's on Revival Fabrics right now.