Flamingos, Woodland Critters, and more!

Hey hey! I’ve got a new batch of fabrics for you all! They’re all listed and ready for purchase at That Fabric Chick – Etsy. I added a section for my newest fabrics so you can easily find what’s new in my shop!

I have some super cute flamingos in white and aqua. Some fun Kawaii-style Avengers, and adorable little woodland critters! Also, I *know* it’s only September, but I have some Christmas fabrics available for those of you who like to get a head-start on your holiday projects! Remember to share on Instagram, follow and tag @that.fabric.chick!

 

 

 

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New fabrics are IN!

Helloooo!

I finally have a few new fabrics listed! It’s so exciting when a new fabric shipment comes in because that means I get to make a little somethin’ with it and play with it before everyone else does, hehehe! This time around, I made a mini quilt using these fabrics. It’s about 18 inches square, and features an adorable cactus embroidery design by Urban Threads.

Seriously? How could you NOT want to hug that little guy?? He’s the cutest!

To purchase these fabrics by the yard, click on over to my Etsy shop. Don’t forget to share your creations on Instagram, and make sure you tag @That.Fabric.Chick ❤

Custom Fabric Prints…endless possibilities!

 

One thing people may not know about me is that I have an Associates degree in “Visual Communication” which is a fancy-shmancy way of saying “graphic design.” I haven’t really been putting that degree to good use since I graduated in 2011, but I vowed to myself this year that I’m going to change that. I found a way to combine two of my favorite things — digital art and sewing — and it’s a website called Spoonflower. Spoonflower allows users to upload an image file and, long story short, that image file can be printed on many types of fabrics, gift wrap, and/or wallpaper. I’ll be honest, it’s not very cost effective, as a single yard of fabric is as low as $17.50 (and goes up depending on fabric quality and type), but if you’re looking for a custom fabric that you cannot find anywhere else in the world, it’s totally worth the premium cost! (P.S. I am willing to design one for you! Contact me for details.)

The idea of designing fabric prints came to me when my sister asked me to make a dress for my niece. Knowing my sister likes “badass” things like skulls, I thought it would be fun to design a custom fabric for the dress! Instead of polka dots, I put black skulls on a gorgeous teal background. Then, I made about 10 other colors while I was at it, haha! These fun skull prints are all available for purchase now in my Spoonflower shop, but here’s a preview and a picture of the completed dress! ❤