I'm sure there are a ton of projects I can do with flannels - anyone have any ideas? I have thought of receiving blankets, burp clothes, and pj's (though all flannel fabric says it's not suitable for children's pj's - anyone know where you can get fabric that IS suitable?)
|Denim, linen, and muslin|
I'm not sure what kind of fabric these are... The polka dot and flowers might be some sort of cotton or apparel fabric - looks like something my friend was using to make my baby an outfit. The orange plaid is kind of silky...
This fabric is kind of strange... the rainbow has all sorts of texting language and definations - so weird. No idea what to do with that... the other stuff is kind of ugly hawaiian shirt material. No ideas there either.
My friend made a quilt out of this... maybe I could make bias tape out of it, or use it paired with other fabric in a girl's dress. I have found you don't need much fabric when making kid's clothing.
We also went to Joann's when they were having a big sale - I got this fun set of fat quarters. I also bought eight patterns, most on sale for 99 cents - can't beat that! I usually don't like to buy patterns because I figure why spend the money on something I can figure out myself, but some of them are more complicated, and I find I learn a lot when I use a pattern. The only thing though is that I want to be able to reuse them and use the different sizes, but I'm not sure the best method for that.... anyone know the best way of reusing patterns?
Well, I have all this fabric, I better get sewing! :)