A new season means new cushion covers! Bright, rich colours with florals, seaside themes and jungle animals make selecting decor for your home like a warm Spring breeze – pleasant!

With so many styles, patterns and colours to choose from, there’s something for everyone’s wants and every room!

solid coloured outdoor cushion covers

Cushion covers for the outdoors brighten up any space!

diamond embroidered solid coloured cushion covers

And for all your indoor spaces, there are bright colours and textures…

detailed embroidered cushion covers in pastel colours

…with fun patterns for everyone!

floral patterned cushion covers

Delicate watercolour and tapestry-style florals, …

tie dye and floral cushion covers

… tie-dyed and ink patterns, gorgeous brush stroke florals and sweet floral prints.

seaside themed cushion covers

Themes take you to the breezy seaside…

jungle themed cushion covers in teal green black

…and to the heat of the jungle!

bright floral solid blush mauve leopard cushion covers

Mix patterns with prints.

lush green mint coloured cushion covers

And enjoy lush, rich colours.

cushion covers llama tassels foil printed faux fur

Have fun decorating your space with new cushions for every room!

Felt is such a versatile product for any crafter! Whether by the sheet or the roll, this 100% polyester material can be used for ornaments, wall hangings, banners or even tote bags.

Craft Felt Sheets

These regular weight (180g) 9″x12″ sheets are available in 22 colours and are perfect for so many things! Check out the cute animal masks and keychain DIYs below for an idea.

Felt by the Meter

Felt by the meter is available in regular weight and medium weight.

36″ width | regular weight (180g) | 20 colours

72″ width | regular weight (180g) | 5 colours

36″ width | medium weight (380g) | 13 colours

The Fun With Felt masks are a great no-sew project to do with the kids.

A glue gun can be used with the older ones or get yourself some Beacon Felt Glue for the younger ones!

Masks not your thing? Everybody needs a keychain! Why not give this sweet little project a whirl? Make them all for yourself…and as gifts!

Red is an energizing, intense, dynamic colour. It captures attention and is the colour of love. Is red your favourite colour?

Fleece, Flannelette and Brushed Fabrics

Sewing a fuzzy jacket, cozy blanket or some comfy PJ pants? … make it red and make it bold. A red buffalo check is a must-have look for any project.

Feature Fabric:
0374304 True North Flannelette | 100% cotton | 110cm
0264000 Fleece | 100% polyester | 100% polyester | 150cm
0242300 Dimple Chenille | 100% polyester | 150cm
0760000 Plaids | 65% polyester 35% cotton | 150cm

Fashion Prints and Solids

Show your confidence, be courageous and make a powerful statement with a new outfit in this great all season colour.

Feature Fabric:
3381359 Cotton Lycra Knits | 90% cotton 10% spandex | 160cm
3478459 Poly Peach Prints | 100% polyester | 147cm
3472889 Crepe Solids | 95% polyester 5% spandex | 162cm

Craft Prints

There are so many options for your next quilting or crafty sewing project. Red can make a statement or be a fun accent colour.

Feature Fabric:
0649121 Just Basics | 100% cotton | 112cm
650038 Sparkle Blender | 100% cotton | 112cm
0649125 Fruit Stand | 100% cotton | 112cm

Feature Fabric:
0649127 Cara Mia | 100% cotton | 112cm

Notions

Accent an outfit with trim, beads, tassels and more or colour it your way with fabric dye. Stock up on zippers, thread and buttons to add a pop of colour to your next project.

Home Decor – Indoor

Whether in the living room, bedroom or kitchen; stimulate your decor with a pop of red!

Feature Fabric:
0906200 Luxe Velvet | 100% polyester | 145cm
0111522 Renaissance Jacquard | 55% cotton 45% polyester | 150cm
0973 Rosedale Coordinates | 100% cotton | 140cm

Home Decor – Outdoor

Prep now for some new patio decor and bring red outdoor this summer!

Feature Fabric:
0951000 Gallery Decor Solids | 100% polyester | 140cm
0943204 Capri Outdoor Solids | 100% olefin | 140cm
0943 Outdoor Prints | 100% polyester | 140cm

Adding colour to your life is fun and easy with Rit! Now available in-store; their non-toxic dyes are full of possibilities, whether you’re dyeing something new or refreshing something well loved.

All Purpose Dye

The All Purpose Dye is used for natural fabrics like cotton, wool and silk as well as synthetics like nylon and rayon.

DyeMore

The new DyeMore for Synthetics allows you to take your dyeing adventures to the next level and can be used on polyester, acrylic and acetate, plus blends that contain those fibres.

ColorStay Dye Fixative

Want your newly dyed item to stand the test of time? ColorStay Dye Fixative is a solution recommended to end every project as it helps lock in colour. It reduce bleeding, fading and enhances the colour of your project.

Color Remover

Color Remover makes it possible to remove the existing colour from yet-to-be dyed fabric, giving you a dye-ready canvas for spectacular results and true colour. It’s also the perfect solution for removing dye stains (washed by mistake with coloured items) and even food stains (such as fruit juice, ketchup and tea) from whites.

General Info on Dyeing

Interested in learning more about dyeing with Rit? Click the link for some general tips. https://fabricland.ca/howto/rit-dyeing.php

Dyeing for More?

Want to try your hand at a fun project? How about some beautiful Marbled Pillow Cases to spruce up the guest room or have the kids choose their favourite colours for some cool new bedding!

It’s a new year, a new decade and … we’ve got new yarn! What more could we ask for?

Delicately Ombre

This cotton/acrylic blend is versatile and very soft to the touch! Available in light delicate colours that create a beautiful gradient/ombré effect as you knit or crochet.

65% Cotton, 35% Acrylic
100g (3.5oz) approx. 135m (148yds)
#4 Medium
Machine wash, tumble dry low

Available in 4 colours:

Create a ‘Front Twist Headband’ … great to keep ears warm. Headband can be created in 2 sizes – Toddler and Adult. Knitting pattern is included on the back of each label in this collection.  

Essential Soft Chunky – Solid & Multi

As the name suggests, this yarn is soft & chunky and comes in a variety of beautiful fall colours. If you’re looking to make fast, cozy projects that are sure to keep you warm, this is definitely your go-to.

80% Acrylic 20% Wool
140g (4.9oz)
Solid: approx. 81m (89yds)
Multi: approx. 88m (96yds)
#6 Super Bulky
Machine wash cold gentle, tumble dry low

Solid Available in 8 colours:

Multi Available in 3 colours:

Create a pair of ‘Yoga Socks/Boot Liners’. They work to either keep your toes warm while stretching it out or as boot liners that can be folded over the top of your boots, keeping your feet warm and dry. Knitting pattern is included on the back of each label in this collection. 

Just Loop

‘Just Loop’ is a new and innovative type of yarn that requires no hooks or needles! It’s so easy to learn, making it great for all ages. Made of chunky plush chenille, this yarn is warm and perfect for projects such as blankets, scarves and more!

100% Polyester
100g (3.5oz) approx. 7m (7.6yds)
#7 Jumbo
Machine wash cold gentle, tumble dry low

Available in 12 colours:

Create this comfy ‘Fringed Scarf’! Instructions and knitting pattern are included on the back of each label in this collection.

Playground

‘Playground’ is a terry yarn that feels like fleece and has a soft, fuzzy texture. It is a great choice for warm, cuddly projects!

100% Polyester
100g (3.5oz) approx. 90m (98yds)
#5 Bulky
Machine wash cold, dry flat

Available in 6 colours:

Create a pair of cozy ‘Slipper Socks’ that are sure to keep your toes warm. Knitting pattern is included on the back of each label in this collection.

Watercolour Swirl

‘Watercolour Swirl’ is a synthetic staple yarn that is soft, light, and comes in fun multi coloured combinations.

63% Polyester 37% Acrylic
100g (3.5oz) approx. 180m (197yds)
#4 Medium
Machine wash cold, dry flat

Available in 4 colours:

Create a ‘Swirly French Beret’ that adds a sophisticated touch to any outfit! Knitting pattern is included on the back of each label in this collection.

Baby Doll

‘Baby Doll’ is light and delicate, perfect for creating cute baby accessories! The palette includes lovely multi coloured combinations.

74% Polyester 26% Acrylic
100g (3.5oz) approx. 195m (213yds)
#3 Light
Machine wash, tumble dry low

Available in 5 colours:

Create an adorable ‘Baby Cub Hat’ that can be created in 2 sizes! (newborn and infant). Knitting pattern is included on the back of each label in this collection, but we’ve included this one below

Download instructions here!

Flannelette fabric is perfect for cool winter months and warm, fuzzy comfort year round. Always a favourite for pajamas, but it’s great for crafts too!

There are prints for everyone and every season … new prints include monsters, dinosaurs, pretty flowers and cute characters. There’s so much more in stores now!

An easy project and a perfect gift for new babies and kids alike is a simple blanket made using back-to-back flannelette with rick rack edging for a sweet finish.

Easy Baby Blanket

What You Need:
1.2m each of two fabrics
4.8m of 1/2″ or larger rick rack
thread

  1. Cut two pieces of fabric 110cm (43″) x 110cm (43″). Round corners, if desired.
  2. Sew rick rack to the right side of one the fabric pieces along the edge, stitching down the middle of the trim.
  3. Place fabric pieces right sides together and sew, using previous rick rack stitching line as a guide and leaving a small opening for turning.
  4. Turn right sides out and press.
  5. Topstitch close to the edge, being sure to close the opening used to turn right sides out.

With so many flannelette prints available, there’s no end to the fun you could have.

Have a little furry friend that needs a warm place to snuggle? Show your love and make a comfy bed using fleece ‘yarn’ and a jumbo crochet hook with your pets favourite fleece and crochet a cozy sleeping spot.

photo of white cat sitting in a crochet pet bed

Diameter = approx. 46cm (18”)
Height = approx. 18cm (7”)
Gauge: 3.5 sc x 4 rows + 4″ (10cm)

Materials

  • 4 meters of 152cm(60”) width fleece:
    • Colour A (Base Colour) = 2 meters
    • Colour B = 1 meter
    • Colour C = 1 meter
  • pins
  • ruler or meter stick
  • tailor’s chalk or a washable fabric marker
  • scissors
  • 25mm jumbo crochet hook
  • 1 stitch marker
photo of materials needed to make a crochet pet bed using fleece

To Make ‘Yarn’

Take your fleece, and with right sides together, fold fabric lengthwise with selvedges together. Cut off selvedges on both ends and pin the edges together.

With your ruler and marker, mark every 4cm (1.5”) along the length of your fabric both on the fold and raw edges. Connect the marks, and starting from the fold, cut along the line.

image showing how to cut fleece to create fleece yarn

You will be left with strips 4cm (1.5”) wide and 152cm (60”) long. Tie all strips together in a knot to create one long strand of yarn. As you go along, with right side facing up, pull tightly and stretch out each strip. This will make the raw edges naturally curl inward, making it easier to crochet. Repeat for all colours.

Instructions

Round 1: Starting with Colour A, CH4. Close circle with a SL ST in the first CH. Make 5 SC in the middle of the circle. SL ST in 1st ST to close round.

Round 2: CH1. Make 2 SC in the first ST. Place stitch marker on the first SC. Continue to make 2 SC in each ST. SL ST in CH1 to close round. (Total of 10 STS)

Round 3: CH1. *Make 1 SC in the first ST. Place stitch marker. Make 2 SC in the next; While keeping the stitch marker on the first ST, repeat from * to end of round. SL ST in CH1 to close round. (Total of 15 STS)

Round 4: CH1. *Make 1 SC in the first 2 STS. Place stitch marker on the first SC. Make 2 SC in the third ST; While keeping the stitch marker on the first ST, repeat from * to end of round. SL ST in CH1 to close round. (Total of 20 STS)

Round 5: CH1. *Make 1 SC in the first 3 STS. Place stitch marker on the first SC. Make 2 SC in the fourth ST; While keeping the stitch marker on the first ST, repeat from * to end of round. SL ST in CH1 to close round. (Total of 25 STS)

*continue this pattern until Round 10, increasing 5 STS per round.

Round 11-12: CH1, SC all STS. SL ST in CH1 to close round.

Round 13-14: Change to Colour B. CH1, SC all STS. SL ST in CH1 to close round.

Round 15-16: Change to Colour C. CH1, SC all STS. SL ST in CH1 to close round.

Round 17: SL ST in all STS to end of round.

Finishing: Weave in all ends.

Abbreviations

CH = chain
SC = single crochet
SL ST = slip stitch
ST(S) = stitch(es)

Whether you’re going out on the town or celebrating at home, make a statement and ring in the New Year wearing something luxurious or sparkly … or both!

Sequins, velvet and lace are go-to choices for fancy dresses and evening wear. Pick your favourite pattern and fabric and sew yourself something spectacular just in time to shout HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Sequins

Tips For Sewing Sequins

Pick a simple pattern with as few seams as possible.

Identify the “nap” or the direction of the sequins and cut all pieces in the same direction. Cut your pattern pieces from the wrong side, and from a single layer of fabric.

For best results, remove any sequins from the seam allowance by hand before sewing pieces together; particularly if they are large and stiff. You may need to hand sew ‘extra’ sequins along the seam afterwards to cover any blank areas.

Use a needle that’s thin and sharp and keep plenty of extras on hand. A thicker or dull needle can get stuck in the sequins when sewing.

Don’t iron, but do press. Very low heat (remember sequins may melt at high heat), press from the wrong side of your fabric and use a presser cloth (such as a scrap piece of cotton) to protect your sequins. Remember to test on a scrap piece beforehand.

Sequined fabric should always be lined to avoid skin irritation.

Velvet

Tips For Sewing Velvet

Cut all patterns pieces in a single layer. Lay your fabric nap side down and place your pattern pieces on the back to minimize slipping and use a lot of pins.

You want to make sure your pattern pieces are secure and won’t shift when sewing. Again, use a lot of pins or hand baste in place before sewing.

Use only the sew-in type of interfacing if needed.

To press use a towel or scrap fabric to protect the right side of your fabric while you steam the wrong side. Hover with the iron rather than apply any pressure so the velvet isn’t crushed.

Lace

Tips For Sewing Lace

Check your lace fabric for any obvious right and wrong sides. Pay attention to the design elements of your lace and place the pattern pieces to take advantage of the design rather than trying to cut the lace straight across. Cut all patterns pieces in a single layer.

If pins don’t hold the lace pieces together, try small binder clips. Another option would be tailor tacks or a loose basting stitch which can be removed afterwards.

Use a narrow zig zag stitch for the seams. Use a strip of skin coloured fabric to bind the trimmed seam allowance; it will then be almost unnoticeable against your skin. Alternatively, use a French seam.

Mary Jane 2.0

Due to the popularity of the first Mary Jane collection of prints in 2018, we’re supplying you with more legal fun!

Coming in early 2020, roll on in and enjoy the newest additions to the collection of hip creative craft cottons. Perfect for all your crafting needs!

Item# 0647091 | 100% cotton | Width 112cm

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