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This Month’s Topic: Heather and Amy are planning their fall wardrobes + A sneak peek into the last three patterns for Crew this year!
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Bags in Bags!
Why stop at one bag when you can make a bunch! Keep these handy bags stashed in your Butterscotch and you’ll always have the perfect option on the go. From snack bags to foldable totes we got you covered when it comes to bag making.
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Fabric Suggestions From Core Fabrics
What You’ll Need:
• We recommend mid to heavy bottomweight fabrics for the body of the bag like denim, twill, and canvas.
• For a strong lining, choose stable and sturdy wovens like quilting cotton, cotton broadcloth, and light to midweight cotton twill.
• D-rings, 4 x 1.5" (38 mm) wide
• Swivel hooks, 3 x 1.5" (38 mm) wide
• Strap slider, 1 x 1.5" (38 mm) wide
• Optional: Zipper, 6" (15 cm) long
• Optional: Cording, 2 yds (1.8 m) of 5-6 mm (can be replaced with fabric drawstring)
• Optional: Webbing for straps, 3 yds (1.8 m) x 1.5" (38 mm) wide (can substitute with sewn fabric straps)
• Optional: Grommets, 2 x size #0 or #1, inside diameter 6-7 mm (can be replaced with machine buttonhole)
• Optional: Cord stoppers to finish ends of drawstring (can be replaced with knotted end)
• Matching thread
• Marking tool
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Let customers speak for us2149 reviews
This tumbled cotton is a wonderful find - the weight is perfect for a variety of garment types and I found it super-easy to sew with. I made a pair of Pietra wide-leg pants and am very happy with them.
I have been busy getting ready for a trip for Thanksgiving. Close to finishing my second pair of Mitchell pants. No time to sew with the waxed cotton or to use the buttons, but I will and I am very much looking forward to using everything. I am 81 and it takes me a bit longer to get garments made. My hands sometimes cramp. But I intend to keep making my clothes and Christmas presents for my family until I am dead.
I envisioned an Elodie out of a Core Fabrics deadstock for some time, and jumped at the sale of my beloved fabric. I’ve never had a pattern fit me pretty much from the envelope (made a few minor adjustments), even loose, flowy garments. This dress was the magical unicorn. Can’t wait to make up another! Don’t see the photo upload options, but here’s a link :) https://www.instagram.com/p/CxdrfC4pf0ZtfT6iXujCe6kWwGgkdDRSnNfYbg0/?igshid=MzRlODBiNWFlZA==
This fabric is lovely, drapy, and works into the my wardrobe colors for a pair of wide leg pants that will coordinate with a wool hounds tooth blazer for fall. Highly recommend.
The cupro lining arrived quickly (I am on the US West coast, so I was surprised), and was exactly as advertised. A nice nude neutral that was perfect for my skirt. I trust Core fabrics for their high quality at a good price, and they never let me down.