Monthly Archives: March 2021

M!lly noughts and crosses Italian wool woven

Please hold off on emails until I locate this piece, which is certainly still in my stash. Thanks.

You see so many silks on this page but I’ve hardly had a chance to showcase my love of woollen fabric.  And it’s a lot of love!  This designer wool woven from the Italian mills is an example.


This weave in undeniably modern, combining as it does some traditional tweed weaves and then the polka dot weave in this colour-reversing noughts and crosses composition.


Liberty Art fabrics

I just need to check which Liberty cottons I still have. Please hold off on emails for the moment thanks.

I’m clearing my Liberty Art fabrics…at just $30 a metre.  Liberty lovers will know that the regular price in Australia starts at $45+ and can go as high as $60+.  I’m listing them all in this one post, so dive in and have a look.



SOLD – Colour Card Crisp Cotton

Sold thank you.

There was probably room for the word “crinkle” in the heading somewhere as well but that would have been taking it too far and the crinkle in the cotton is only a touch really. How can I name this fabric anything other than colour card as I see myself lined up in the paint section absorbing the panorama of paint colours…a process which I love, by the way, because the endless colour options are quite inspiring. But anyway, enough about paints, it’s all about the fabric!


SOLD – Hypnotic Black & White Marc Jacobs

Sold thanks very much.

Ok, so this has been one of my absolute fave fabrics for a long time. Again hailing from the NYC garment district, this is a fantastic designer fabric, Marc Jacobs, that can only have been inspired by hypnotic images, surely. Except better than them, the way the pattern is arranged and repeated in the length.


Soft animal print cotton

I need to check whether or not I still have this fabric. Please hold off on emails until I confirm thanks.

If you’d like to do an animal print but in a softer palette this fabric is the go.