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We are really excited to be taking part in the Spoonflower British Blog Hop this week!

Kicking off the Blog Hop today we will be sharing with you our fabric haul from Spoonflower. You can find out who else is taking part in the week long Blog Hop here. We’ve picked a range of dressmaking fabrics and will chat through the quality and drape of lots of different fabric types. We’ve also paired each fabric from our haul with patterns that they would be perfect to make with.

Warning: there will be a lot of fabric stroking!

This is a sponsored post – all the opinions are our own.

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    janbags53

    I’ve used Spoonflower but with their sister company Sprout Patterns, where the design you choose is printed onto your fabric choice as a “cut and sew” using various indy designers. I have a By Hand London Anna dress in fine cotton and a jacket in Linen Twill. I did upload a couple of designs and had a couple of Lark Tees printed out. You also get the PDF of the pattern which is a bonus and all the sewing instructions. It’s only an option if you fit a regular size, although you could print larger and trim off any excess if you normally grade down. I found them a little expensive but now fabric is printed in Berlin (not Sprout yet) so the postage has gone down quite a bit.

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      thefoldline Post author

      The pieces that I got were fat quarters so they were quite narrow, if you wanted full width fabric they come in 44″ so a standard dressmaking width. Hope that helps

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