Nothing is more striking than the contrast of black & white, which is what makes this collection of Contrasting Cotton Prints so eye-catching!(more…)
*COMING SOON* to a Fabricland near you … Front Lines!
Just one of the many new craft cotton collections arriving during the new Fall/Winter 2020 season.
Show your support for all the hardworking medical personnel with a face mask made using these perfectly themed prints.(more…)
These organic cotton prints are perfect for your next project.
The cotton is grown to have a low impact on the environment without the use of toxic pesticides and uses low-impact dyes and finishes. It is strictly monitored from seed to finished product and must pass regular inspections to earn the coveted GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certificate.
Zoo (cobalt, lime, pastel)
With so many options available now for non-plastic produce bags how do you choose? You don’t! You make your own!
This super simple DIY is not only fun, but also makes great enviro-gifts! Which fabric will you choose? Before deciding, check out the full collections of Vegetable Garden & Fruit Stand here.
What you need:
.35m fabric (cotton, netting or mesh)
SM approx 6 x 9” (15 x 23cm)
MED approx 9 x 12” (12 x 30cm)
LG approx 12 x 15” (30 x 38cm)
What you do:
1. Add 1” (2.5cm) to the width and 2” (5cm) to the height of bag dimensions. For the large size bag cut 2 pieces 13” (33cm) x 17” (43cm).
2. Fold the top edge of each piece down 1/2” (1.25cm) and press.
3. Pin the 2 pieces right sides together. Mark 1.5” (3.75cm) from the top edges and stitch around sides and bottom between markings. Zigzag stitch or serge sewn edges to prevent fraying.
4. Clip seam at markings and press open. Fold top down 1” (2.5cm) and topstitch along the bottom folded edge to create the cord casing.
5. Using a safety pin, thread the cord through the casings and knot both ends together to secure.
Add a cord stopper to keep your bag tightly closed and cord end caps for a more polished look.
Making this origami crossbody bag is easy and fun and oh-so-rewarding. Mix bag and lining fabrics to match all your outfits and add your own strap styles and embellishments to create extra personal touches.
It’s easy to adjust the size to make smaller as an evening bag or bigger for shopping … just be sure the rectangle size is length is 3 times longer than the width.
What You Need:
.3m of 150cm boiled wool fabric (or similar weight)
.3m of lining fabric (any width)
1.2m faux leather or other trim for the strap
2x triangle rings
2x swivel hooks
Cut 1 piece each of the wool and the lining 36×12”. With right sides together, sew around all edges leaving a small opening.
Turn right side out, press flat and edge stitch around the entire rectangle. Mark 14” on top and bottom edge as diagram and fold as shown.
Fold sides towards the center along top and bottom points and pin. Machine stitch in place as far as possible along edgestitch end as shown. Hand stitch remaining opening to the point.
Flip over and repeat. It will be trickier to sew the flap to the body on the 2nd side. Sew as far as you can and hand stitch remaining opening closed.
Fold top of the bag tips over triangle ring bar and stitch in place as shown. Cut the strap to your preferred length, fold ends over swivel hooks as shown and stitch.
Attach handle and add embellishments such as tassels or appliqués to personalize.
With the swivel hooks, it’s easy to make multiple straps to suit your mood or for an extra-easy version, just sew the strap trim directly to the corners of the bag.
Download your own instructions PDF here.
Soft greens and blues dominate the ‘Into the Mist’ home decor collection creating an airy look that’s sure to be a favourite. These perennial colour combinations are easy to live with for a relaxing and serene feel.
Luxurious velvets and rich textures pair with pretty prints in misty colours. Mixed with a hit of bright chartreuse, this collection is timeless.
View the entire collection in stores now.
We love Canada and we know you do too! Canada Day is coming fast so show your Canadian pride with craft fabrics, fleeces and more …
Item #0647093 Oh Canada | 100% cotton | 112cm
Item #0710200 Holiday Prints | 65% polyester 35% cotton | 112cm
Pick your favourite for this fun project …
A quick addition for your home on Canada Day are Canadiana themed cushion covers with our iconic moose, bear and maple leaf.
A favourite fabric to sew is cozy fleece and here again, we’ve got Canada covered. With the Canadian flag colours, buffalo checks and plaids; there’s a fleece for everyone.
And if you’re a Leafs hockey fan, we’ve got the perfect print for you.
Item #0264360 Mountain Fleece Prints | 100% polyester | 150cm
A great project for your fleece choice is this Waterproof Picnic Blanket backed with ripstop. This DIY comes with instructions for a carrying strap so you can fold up your blanket and be ready for your next outdoor adventure.
Seek out these sweet gems and find a forest of inspiration for your next project with Tree Treasures!
Item #0647086 | 100% cotton | 112cm
Well la-di-da! In sweet colours of soft blue, pink or yellow, these coordinating cottons are perfect for a quick quilt.
Check out these easy sew block quilt instructions: https://blog.fabricland.ca/?p=3138
Make extra cozy using matching soft chenille as a backing and to add some extra flair, use a co-ordinating colour of yarn and hand sew tufts in the seam intersections.
Item #0649111 | 100% Cotton | 112cm (cotton)
Item #0242203 | 100% Polyester | 150cm (chenille/polyester)
Butterflies, birds, and flowers begin to appear with the coming of spring AND in the new cotton group Flowers & Flutters with delicate motifs and pretty colours.
Item #0649109000D 100% cotton 112cm