Posts Tagged ‘heirloom sewing’

I bought a few new girls dress patterns last week.  I found them on site I found while searching for german interfacing.  German interfacing is a fusible cotton batiste used with heirloom sewing.   The website was Farm House Fabrics.   They had the german interfacing and lots of patterns.  One designer I really liked was  Olabelhe.  I ordered several of her patterns and I finished the pattern called Lindsey’s dress today.  I had enough material left over to make a similar but much smaller one for Ella.


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If you are looking for french cotton lace for heirloom sewing at a decent price, here is a place I found and have actually ordered from.  The first time I encountered this company was at the Nashville AQS. (American Quilter’s Society)  Their price was better than any price I could get here in the US and they were easy to work with.    Just email them for a price list and shipping is included in the price.  You can even pay with PayPal.   Fine French Lace  I bought all the lace I needed to make this Christening Gown by Martha Pullen.  No I have not started this but I have all I need to do it with.  🙂 


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