He goes to Houston on business and look what he brings home for me. He even kept with my purple colors scheme for this winter.
He's not sure of the fabric content/weave on this but I would guess it's a poly/cotton gauze. It is crinkled and you can stretch it but it snaps back into those crinkles. I'm not sure what to make with it. He always tries to challenge me, you see. So, of course, he gets me something I have never used before.
This one is fun. It's a polyester/Lycra moleskin (guessing). This will make a great a-line skirt or a skirt with a little flounce. I want a simple pattern so the argyle isn't chopped up.
This is a silk dupionni. The color is so hard to photograph. It is more blue than what this photo shows. This is 60" wide by about 3 yards. I'll have to figure out some fun dress to make with it.
This is a rich red silk dupionni. It is darker than this picture. The only problem is there is not much yardage. It's a 45" wide fabric and there is just over a yard. What can I make with it?
This is Italian cotton shirting. It has a subtle twill pattern to it. I'm going to make a great blouse with it. Maybe one of the new BWOF blouses that have come out in the past couple of months?