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Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Amy Butler's new Lark Collection has arrived!  For all of those that have pre-ordered fabric from this fantastic collection, the orders will ship out today.  There is limited supplies available for the Amy Butler Lark Collection after all pre-orders have been fulfilled so don't miss out!


The spirit of the Amy Butler Lark Collection is inspired by one of my favorite style icons, Maxime de la Falaise. Maxime was chic and eccentric, coming from a bohemian family of artists whose unapologetic passion for art and creativity surely shaped her vision for her life. Lark is filled with my fanciful imaginings of what would have been the makings of her artistic world through her love of fashion, print, travel and exotic friendships. Her playful vision combined all of her favorite collections creating an atmosphere of warmth and spontaneity with just the right amount of modern glamour.






Lark's print combinations have a rich, souvenir feel, lovingly gathered from a life of vivid experience. Glowing colors and velvety combinations of stylized florals are the foundation for perennially chic sewing projects. It's been a total joy creating this collection and I hope Lark inspires you to bring out your inner design maven!




These gorgeous pictures are provided by Amy Butler.  To see more inspiring pictures from Amy's Lark Collection, see her blog.




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Saturday, October 15, 2011
Amy Butler's new Lark Collection will be shipped out soon.  Shipments from Westminster will start at the end of October so we are hoping to have the fabric available and ready for shipment by the first week of November. 



For those who have already ordered fabric from the Lark Collection, congratulations, you will be one of the first customers to get your hands on this gorgeous new Amy Butler collection.  If you don't want to miss out, make to sure reserve yourself some yardage of this inspiring Lark Collection.



The spirit of the Amy Butler Lark Collection is inspired by one of her favorite style icons, Maxime de la Falaise. Maxime was chic and eccentric, coming from a bohemian family of artists whose unapologetic passion for art and creativity surely shaped her vision for her life. Lark is filled with my fanciful imaginings of what would have been the makings of her artistic world through her love of fashion, print, travel and exotic friendships. Her playful vision combined all of her favorite collections creating an atmosphere of warmth and spontaneity with just the right amount of modern glamour.

 Lark's print combinations have a rich, souvenir feel, lovingly gathered from a life of vivid experience. Glowing colors and velvety combinations of stylized florals are the foundation for perennially chic sewing projects. It's been a total joy creating this collection and I hope Lark inspires you to bring out your inner design maven!




These gorgeous pictures are provided by Amy Butler.  To see more inspiring pictures from Amy's Lark Collection, see her blog.




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Friday, October 14, 2011





Scrap fabric remains the most unrivalled way to enjoy the magnificent beauty of designer fabric minus the heavy cost.  The use of scrap fabric entails not just great affordability on your side but different advantages as well, like the chance of getting various types and kinds of designer fabric, diversity of designs present in one bag and wonderful raw materials you can use to create fashionable items.


The Echino Scrap Bag  - this scrap bag consists of only fabrics by
Japanese Fabric Designer Etsuko Furuya.





















The Heather Bailey Fabric Scrap Bag - this scrap bag could containt Heather Bailey fabrics from both her Bijoux and her Pop Garden Fabric Collection. 




The Amy Butler Fabric Scrap Bag - this Amy Butler designer fabric scrap bag could have fabric designs from Amy Butler's Belle, Lotus, Midwest Modern and Midwest Modern 2 Fabric Collection.

















 Read on and discover the wide variety of fashionable, chic and stunning items you can create out of leftover designer fabric:


1. Fabric and statement buttons – you can use the amazing patterns of scrap fabric to create fabric buttons that you can use to modishly accessorize your garments. You can also use scrap fabric to highlight statement buttons and make them more striking.Designer Fabric Scrap bag - this scrap bag could contain fabrics from any of the fabric designers that Imagine Fabric carries including but not exclusive to Amy Butler, Joel Dewberry, Heather Bailey, Valori Wells, Marimekko, Free Spirit, etc.



2. Doll clothes – to make your little girl happy, why don’t you create customized doll clothes using scrap fabric. Not only you made your daughter very happy but you also crafted high quality doll clothes made from luxurious designer fabrics meant to showcase the wonderful beauty of textiles.


3. Fabric thumb tacks – the easiest way to light up and give wonderful array of colours into your home or office cork board is to create fabric thumb tacks using affordable yet beautiful scrap fabric. These fabric thumb tacks will not only hold memos, notes and letters but it will also show a distinctive character bursting with wonderful colours and designs.


4. Fabric necklace and bracelets – match your outfit using inexpensive accessories made from designer fabric. Utilize scrap fabric to create different accessories like necklace and bracelets that you can use to accentuate the current theme of your outfit. You can create large bold fabric necklace to match dress and miniskirts, thick braided bracelets to give attitude and colour to plain looking shirts and more wonderful creations all with the help of remnant fabric.


5. Scrapbook and fabric cards – why buy expensive cards and scrapbooks when you can make it on your own using affordable scrap fabric? Now you can create personalized and more attractive fabric cards that you can use to meet and greet everyone as well as fabric-adorn scrapbook to write journals and inscribe all your hidden emotions and feelings.




 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Joel Dewberry Fabric Scrap Bag - this scrap bag contains only fabrics from the Joel Dewberry Deer Valley Fabric Collection.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  Marimekko Fabric Scrap Bag - who can pass up this chance to get a variety of Marimekko fabrics for an affordable price? Considering that some of the Marimekko designs are $52.00 per yard, you know you get a great value with this Marimekko Fabric Scrap Bag.














The beauty of textile doesn’t need to be expensive just to enjoy one; there are many affordable yet creative ways to savour the rich colours and designs of designer fabric minus the heavy cost such as the use of scrap fabric. Remember that they are designer fabrics made with using high quality materials and one-of-a-kind luxurious designs so expect your article to be the same by simply using them.



2 lbs. of Designer Fabric Remmant Bundle: this is Imagine Fabric's bestselling item at this time.  There is a good reason for that.  You can get a 2 lbs. bundle of designer fabrics for only $15.00.  Obtaining designer fabrics at a fraction of the regular cost is lots of fun; imagine how many creative projects you can use these fabrics for.  Let your imagination takes its course!

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Thursday, October 13, 2011
Jelly Rolls are a great way to obtain many different designer fabric designs at an affordable price.  Many times, you obtain multiple designs from one fabric collection or even multiple complementary fabric collections.  

A Jelly Roll has many advantages and it is extremely versatile. It saves a lot of time as your don't have to spend time cutting your fabric. Furthermore, purchasing a Jelly Roll provides you with a dazzling array of fabric designs without you having to purchase each design by the yard.


If you have not purchased pre-cut fabrics before, you may be wondering what a Jelly Roll is.  A Fabric Jelly Roll is a collection of pre-cut fabric strips. Even though the size of the fabric strip my vary, most Jelly Rolls contain fabric strips measuing 2.5 inches X 44 inches. Quilted creations made using an assortment of fabric strips have become more and more popular. Not only are they beautiful but the strip piecing technique makes it possible for you to assemble your design quickly.




Beyond the time and money savings aspects, the projects you can use pre-cut fabric strips for are endless. Here is a short list of things you should consider fabric strips for: key chain, placemats, fabric covered buttons, quilted carry-alls, aprons, wall hangings, log cabin pillows, doll quilts, baby quilts and many, many more.





Melissa White Fabric Jelly Roll Fairlyte Garden Collection







We have added so many new Jelly Rolls to our website so don't take a look and see which one is perfect for your next creative project.  Have fun.









































































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