Isn't it pretty? And thick?
Black RPL. It's nothing special to look at but it's super soft and drapey. I LOVE it. Yes, I'm shouting. These are going to make a super nice, comfortable pair of pants.
And now the burnout lawn (sounds like a bad South Carolinian summer). I originally chose a different red print for a dress but I think this one will suit it even better. I'm on a red dress kick and I don't know why. I have a few options for this dress but I'm still undecided. And really, seeing as we were blessed with 10" of snow on Saturday, I'm not in any hurry to make a light summery dress.
Ann says on her website that it's sheer and she ain't kidding. Check out the shells through the flowers. I think I'll be backing this with a white batiste.
Here are some of the dresses I like in my back issues of BWOF. This first one is from June 2008.
Oh, and are you counting? There is one more cut of fabric. It's a very cool denim but it's in the wash. I can see a great pair of jeans (Jalie!! Jalie!!! Go, Emilie, go!) made from this fabric.
Tomorrow I'll tell you about my current project. I'll need some help deciding on a pattern but I think I've got the fabric picked out.