Last week I got my latest Warp & Weft Sewing Society package. Exciting. They always come wrapped in brown paper and tied up in string. It’s such a nice touch.

Anyway, here are some “before” shots of some upcoming projects. Of course, I had two kids who refused to nap photobomb my photo session. Just one of those days…

A new package from Warp & Weft Exquisite Textiles.

Yay! A new package from Warp & Weft Exquisite Textiles.

Snow Day bundle at Warp & Weft Exquisite Textiles.

My first bundle – Snow Day! So cute in real life.

Joel Dewberry's new Bungalow collection at Warp & Weft Exquisite Textiles.

So pretty! These are from Joel Dewberry’s new Bungalow collection.

Bromley voile at Warp & Weft Exquisite Textiles.

Bromley voile. This will be something for me!

Bromley voile at Warp & Weft Exquisite Textiles.

Kid No 4: “Are you sure it’s not for me?”

Bromley voile at Warp & Weft Exquisite Textiles.

Kid No 4: “Because this would look great on me.”

Don't Be Koi from the Koi fabric collection by Rashida Coleman-Hale for Cloud9 Fabrics and Stella Solid Charcoal at Warp & Weft Exquisite Textiles.

Don’t Be Koi and Stella Solid Charcoal. This is for a Kids’ Clothing Week project.

The Red Thread – Ladybug Dots at Warp & Weft Exquisite Textiles.

Kid No 3: “Ladybugs! Mine!”

The Red Thread – Ladybug Dots at Warp & Weft Exquisite Textiles.

Kid No 4: “No. Mine!”

The Red Thread – Ladybug Dots at Warp & Weft Exquisite Textiles.

Kid No 3: “I don’t think so.”

The Red Thread – Ladybug Dots at Warp & Weft Exquisite Textiles.

Kid No 3: “I’m outta here!”

Kid No 3 loves ladybugs and walked around with this fabric for two days. No idea where she gets it. ;)

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4 Responses to Tied Up With String

  1. Carla says:

    Hahaha!! I guess there’s not much left you then is there!? ;)
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  2. Shruti says:

    Glad I’m not the only one. My dd grabbed all of my fabrics as I was trying to photograph them as well. Hahaa

  3. Lisa says:

    What beautiful fabrics! I usually buy organic and like http://www.organiccottonplus.com, but I’ll try your sources too.