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April 21, 2024 by Max Donos

When we think “spring”, we image sunshine, blue skies, warmth and renewal. We long to breath fresh air, bask in the sun and shed the layers that were our comfort during months of deep freeze. We want to step out of the sheltering cocoon, spread our wings and soar. Some of us have been preparing for the first warm spring days in the depth of winter by looking through fashion trends, sewing patterns and new fabric arrivals at fabricville.com. I am honored to present the dreamy blue sundress, a plan that came to fruition in just a few days.

April 18, 2024 by Chantal Lapointe

This spring, social networks are bursting with inspiration for linen vest-trouser ensembles. It’s the perfect casual outfit for the beautiful days ahead.

April 15, 2024 by Yvette Chilcott

Hello sewing enthusiasts!  I’m Yvette, writing a guest post here.  Usually you’ll find me at www.sewwhatyvette.com, where I post about my sewing adventures (and other stuff).

April 13, 2024 by Sara Dagenais

Some of this year’s Spring fashion trends include floral patterns and neutral tones. I was inspired by Fabricville’s new collection for my latest project.

April 11, 2024 by Heather Pennie

Hello fellow sewists,

The sunny days of spring have me wanting to spend more time outdoors, and sewing up activewear is the perfect motivation to get some exercise while enjoying the warmer weather.

I was elated to discover that Fabricville is now carrying PURELUX and DRYFLEX, which are Bluesign® approved fabrics. I did some research and the Bluesign® approval is the gold standard for sustainable textiles.

April 8, 2024 by Margaux Villiet

Sorry, this entry is only available in French.

Après mon article sur l’ensemble robe + blazer de la dernière fois, je me suis dit que j’allais, pour cet article, partir sur une tenue beaucoup plus décontractée. Je me suis donc fait une combinaison en denim. Le denim est en effet une tendance très forte ce printemps-été, surtout en total look.

April 4, 2024 by Claudine Gauvin

Pattern and Fabric Choice

To kick off the spring season in sewing, I decided to make the tunic from Butterick pattern B6982. It’s loose-fitting, with a mock neck, gathers at the neckline, a slit opening at the neck, and raglan sleeves adorned with buttoned cuffs. I adore the airy and billowy look of the sleeves! And the straight collar adds just the right touch of chic.

November 23, 2023 by Claudine Gauvin

For my latest autumn creation, I felt the daring urge to dive into the world of snake print. Often associated with a dash of boldness and sophistication to spice up clothing and accessories, this reptilian pattern injects a unique energy into an outfit.

November 14, 2023 by Heather Pennie

Hello, fellow sewing enthusiasts!  

I can’t help but share my latest sewing adventure with you all, especially since it involves some delightful fabrics from Fabricville. There’s something truly magical about finding the perfect fabric for your project, and let me tell you, Fabricville never disappoints. This time of year just begs for comfortable loungewear that you can spend weekends in, cozy on the couch.

October 24, 2023 by Melanie for Following The Thread

My second project for this fall was a shimmery black batwing dress, just in time for Halloween. I love a good 80s influence, and when I saw Burda 6074, I knew I had to make it.

October 19, 2023 by Claudine Gauvin

For autumnal days and slightly cooler temperatures, there’s nothing quite like an elegant cape to keep warm in style. It’s a practical garment that combines warmth and comfort without compromising on chic. The cape proves to be a versatile fashion accessory, capable of enhancing any outfit, whether it’s jeans, a dress, or tailored trousers.

by Margaux Villiet

Sorry, this entry is only available in French.

Pour ce tailleur, je suis partie sur un total look Vikisews. Le blazer est le patron Fernanda, et la robe est le modèle Lynne.

October 13, 2023 by Heather Pennie

As the leaves begin to change and the temperatures start to drop, it’s time for me to update my wardrobe with cozy and comfortable pieces for the fall season. Whether I’m rushing through workdays or planning a weekend away by the campfire, comfort is key for me.  I’ll walk you through creating two versatile pieces that can be mixed and matched with your existing wardrobe items. Plus, I’ll explore the use of two-sided fabric to give options when creating the top.

October 6, 2023 by Barbara Emodi

Early last spring, when I was in San Francisco, I saw some pants on the streets, and in the stores, that were new to me. They all had wide legs, elastic waists, and were made out of wide wale corduroy.

by Melanie for Following The Thread

My latest project is just squeaking in to the end of summer dress season. But when I saw this combo I knew I had to try it! The pattern, 6889, is a Retro Butterick 50s release. When I saw this pink “potpourri stripes laurel” cotton, I suddenly felt that I absolutely needed to make a BarbieCore vintage inspired dress.

by Yvette Chilcott

Cool and Cozy, the Cool Part

Jalie designs the BEST patterns.  They’re as modern as purchased garments, multi sized (often with 27 sizes) and with really cool details.  Recently I sewed up a cool and cozy ensemble.   Flat-front, high waisted leggings #3887 Clara in basic black  and a raglan sleeved tunic length pullover  #4346 Caroline in a cozy chenille knit.

by Sara Dagenais

The shacket is a shirt warm enough to be a jacket, which makes it an ideal layering piece for Fall. This style is very trendy at the moment and I was looking forward to making my own version.

September 30, 2023 by Max Donos

What do you wear on a long-haul flight to stay comfortable, but stylish? Naturally, you want soft and stretchy pants and a top you could wrap into. Add some other requirements, like warmth, resistance to wrinkles, versatility and presentability. My partner discovered she had no clothes that matched this demand, hence the project I present to you today. The travel-ready jersey pant suit.

by Chantal Lapointe

The inspiration for this project came from the pattern itself. I have a weakness for long belted coats in wool. I chose to sew this pattern using Westminster wool. It works perfectly with this pattern to make my next winter coat.


by Claudine Gauvin

Finding Inspiration

Have you ever been inspired by the elegant and professional style of characters from your favorite TV series? That’s exactly what happened to me after watching the American series “Succession.” The impeccable outfits of Siobhan “Shiv” Roy, especially those featuring the classic Prince of Wales check pattern, truly captivated me. This pattern is incredibly versatile, adapting seamlessly to both professional attire and more casual styles, depending on the cut and design of the garments you choose.

September 21, 2023 by Patricia Parsons

I hardly know anyone who doesn’t look forward to “sweater weather” after a hot, humid summer, and cozy weekend wear is just the thing to get me excited about a new season. This fall, my sewing plans took their inspiration from hygge. Hygge is the Danish and Norwegian word for―you guessed it―cozy, but it’s more than that.

April 13, 2023 by Max Donos

My most ambitious project to date: self drafted baggy pants and a windbreaker for my teenage son!

by Claudine Gauvin

Fabric and pattern choice

For my spring project, I chose to make a sleeveless dress, in a beautiful fiery green. My fabric is a medium weight polyester, named Dalia – Kelly Green. The dress of Vogue pattern no V1802 is loose and has a collar that is extended by ties in the back. I made the long version with a ruffle at the hem and pockets in the side seams.

April 1, 2023 by Barbara Emodi

Linen my favourite fabric to sew. It stitches beautifully and presses so well. And speaking of pressing now the Empire is gone no one irons linen much any more and most linens I work with now I pre-wash and line dry before cutting, press the first time I wear them and don’t worry about touch ups after that.

by Chantal Lapointe
March 29, 2023 by Heather Pennie

There is something special about Canada in the month of March. Ok, sure, there is ice, mud and slush, and I don’t love that.  But it also brings about the first signs of spring, and with it, my dream of a freshly sewn wardrobe with bright colors and florals. March recharges my sewing brain for the new season ahead.

by Melanie for Following The Thread

My latest project is a little different for me – instead of a dress, I made separates! Now I have two pieces that I can wear together for the dress feeling, or break apart to wear in other combos.

by Sara Dagenais

As the snow slowly melts away into Spring, it is time to think about a new wardrobe for the upcoming season. I love a good shirt dress! I find that it is one of the most versatile pieces of clothing you can have. It is great for the office and perfectly comfortable to wear out and about around town.

March 23, 2023 by Margaux Villiet

We apologize but this post is only available in French.

J’avais soif de couleur pour ce printemps. Après un hiver particulièrement gris, j’avais des envies de rose, de couleurs bien saturées, de légèreté. J’ai jeté mon dévolu sur un blazer, un projet ambitieux, certes, mais grâce à l’aide de Fabricville, ça s’est passé comme un charme.

by Patricia Parsons

Who doesn’t love the timeless style of the traditional Breton-inspired shirt? Introduced initially as the uniform for navy seamen in northern France in 1858, the style has been copied and transformed throughout the years.

December 5, 2022 by Barbara Emodi

There’s a story here.

At the beginning of every new season blog post I am pretty sure I begin with saying the same thing.

November 10, 2022 by Yvette Chilcott

Sewing is my passion!  I love to sew garments, but only use patterns that suit “my style”.  With fall just around the corner, my sewing thoughts moved to sewing cozy.

November 4, 2022 by Patricia Parsons

I think I’m something of an anomaly among sewing enthusiasts. I don’t believe in hoarding fabric. I have no fabric stash. I can’t stand the idea of all that beautiful fabric just sitting around waiting for me to turn it into something wearable.

November 1, 2022 by Melanie for Following The Thread

For this project for the Fabricville blog, after much deliberation I finally chose to use this 21 wale printed corduroy.

October 26, 2022 by Claudine Gauvin

Choice of project

When I was younger, my mother worked in a coat and hat shop. Furs, leathers, alpaca, wool, we found all the noble and chic materials there.

October 13, 2022 by Max Donos

Cooler weather

It is when the air gets crispier, bringing outrageous colors in the foliage, the light gets warmer, bathing everything in shades of sorbet, and the nights get longer, freeing me to conceive and birth sewing projects, that I get truly excited.

by Sara Dagenais

I recently had the privilege of attending an event at the Laval Fabricville for the launch of their new Fall fabric collection. It was definitely

October 6, 2022 by Chantal Lapointe

Fit for every day, joggers are a style of casual pants that have become very popular in recent years. Their main appeal is that they provide high-end comfort and can be easily dressed up or down.

October 1, 2022 by Fabricville

Hello Fall!

Throughout the year, more and more people have returned to the office which has made it essential to plan a work wardrobe. And yes, the time has finally come. But more importantly, we can entertain family and friends, much to everyone’s delight.

July 8, 2022 by Margaux Villiet

I was craving flowers, on this beautiful summer day. I got very inspired by this fabric. The need for a classy but breezy dress came upon me. I opted for the Rosie dress, by Sew Over It, a British indie brand that specializes in vintage looking patterns.

May 31, 2022 by Melanie for Following The Thread
For my latest Spring/Summer Fabricville project, I decided to make a dress! I found this glorious cotton, Honey Bloom, designed by Laura C Mayer for FIGO Northcott fabric. I matched it up with Butterick 6725, since with a crisp quilting cotton, I always prefer a design that has no gathering or drape. A sleek pattern takes advantage of the qualities of a cotton and so this dress, with panels and a slight A-line skirt, seemed perfect.
by Abby Christens

I first noticed the milkmaid dress trend last summer, and when I saw this gorgeous cotton viscose print I knew it would be a perfect match for the Dream Frock pattern by Lydia Naomi.

April 21, 2022 by Fabricville

Spring is back and with it arrives newness, as well as trends from last season.  Now we can feel a wave of freshness in our daily lives, as well as in our wardrobes.

April 1, 2022 by Chantal Lapointe

For this spring, I wanted something classic with a twist. In the last few years, I’ve been trying to sew a sustainable closet. What is more classic and timeless than a shirtdress?

March 19, 2022 by Patricia Parsons

Is it spring yet? Every year, we welcome autumn, with its promise of cozy sweaters and fireplaces, but by the time March rolls around, all we can do is dream of warmer weather.

March 18, 2022 by Barbara Emodi

Always, always I choose a fabric then decide what I want to make. Essentially I think the fabric itself knows what it wants to be, and it is just my job to listen.

March 10, 2022 by Yvette Chilcott

SPRING, come on in!  I’m ready with Jalie’s Maxime!  Windproof, cozy fleece lining, a hood and clever 2-way pockets, I’ll celebrate your arrival, Spring!

March 9, 2022 by Sara Dagenais

A Western shirtdress is reminiscent of your favorite comfortable denim shirt, and is perfect for everyday occasions. Shirtdresses are by far my favorite make, I probably own every pattern available. I love the style, the fit and the versatility of these dresses.

March 8, 2022 by Max Donos

In the depths of winter, one could always dream of sun, warmth, beautiful times and enchanting destinations.

March 4, 2022 by Claudine Gauvin

Sorry, this entry is only available in French.

Pour ma première confection du printemps et pour avantager ma silhouette voluptueuse,  j’ai opté pour ce modèle de chemisier fluide.  Il tombe juste sous les hanches et j’aime beaucoup l’imprimé de mon tissu qui n’est pas trop chargé. Ce vêtement comporte un col avec bande, un empiècement avec pli au dos, une bande de boutonnage devant, des poches sur la poitrine, des manchettes et des fentes latérales.

September 29, 2021 by Fabricville

The events of the past year have not stopped the fashion world from spinning, inspiring trends for the 2021 fall/winter season. Let Fabricville guide you through the latest styles, the essential fabrics and the wardrobe must-haves for the upcoming season.

June 9, 2021 by Yvette Chilcott

Summer sewing with Fabricville is FUN sewing!

Disclaimer:  In exchange for writing this post I chose to work with these patterns and fabrics.  The fabric was supplied by Fabricville, and the patterns were supplied by Jalie, all at no charge to me.  

May 6, 2021 by Virginie Bissinger

Sorry, this entry is only available in French.

Quand j’ai voulu me coudre un vêtement avec la collection printemps-été de Fabricville, j’ai hésité entre une robe et une chemise. J’ai déjà quelques robes et peu de chemises alors finalement le choix s’est fait de lui-même ! Maintenant que j’avais choisi le vêtement, il me fallait le tissu, ou plutôt le motif de tissu.

April 5, 2021 by Claudine Gauvin

Sorry, this entry is only available in French.

Avec l’arrivée du printemps, j’avais envie d’une longue jupe qui pourrait se porter en toute occasion. J’ai réalisé le modèle A du patron Butterick B6736. 

by Chantal Lapointe

Spring is finally here, and I was in the mood for a new pair of crisp cotton pyjamas. In Fabricville’s latest Spring flyer, I was immediately drawn to the animal print cotton poplin collection. My inspiration came from a pair of Ralph Lauren leopard-print pyjamas that I had been eyeing for a while.

by Barbara Emodi

This last year, strange year that it has been, I have fallen in love with bamboo fabrics. Maybe hard times increase the need for feeling something soft. Maybe it was time for me to focus on a new fiber and learn about it. I don’t know.

March 30, 2021 by Patricia Parsons

Fashion trends come and go, but style is forever, at least according to Yves St. Laurent, who, in 1975, said, “Fashions fade, style is eternal.” But if you are a follower of fashion, you’ll know that the great Coco Chanel expressed the same opinion years earlier when she famously said, “Fashion changes―style remains.” There are some “trends” that never leave us, which is what puts them in the style category. One of those is stripes.

March 15, 2021 by Max Donos

Celebrating springtime

This was a long winter. With the world on pause, we persevered to abide by the public health guidelines, we stayed home, we interacted with family and friends virtually, we teleworked.

March 10, 2021 by Sara Dagenais

Sewing for the in-between seasons can be tricky. I say that because in Québec there are only two seasons: really cold and really hot. I love Spring and Fall, but they seem to last for only a few weeks! That is why I love coordinates, you can mix and match the different pieces and add layers as needed.

February 22, 2021 by Sara @ Birdz of a Feather

When I first realized that Fabricville carries Tunisian crochet hooks, I couldn’t wait to try something new! I’ve always wanted to learn Tunisian crochet.

December 2, 2020 by Fabricville

Winter is upon us! Even on the days where the sun is warm enough to fight of some of that chill, there’s no escaping the cold! On the bright side, the change of season means we get to dress nice and warm in a new coat and head outside for strolls in the snow. Pandemic or not, the crisp, fresh air is great for the mind and soul, and it gives us one more reason to savour every minute we get to spend outdoors!

November 20, 2020 by Max Donos

Long, insulated, hooded and water repellent – that’s what we were looking for in a fall raincoat. Fabricville came to the rescue with an excellent proposition for fabric – pattern combination. It was dark red soft shell and Burda 6596, with red separating zipper. Other notions included Gutermann 420 dark red thread and Unique double fold bias 6mm tape in dark red. 

November 2, 2020 by Mélyna for Gorgeously Vintage

Fall is already at our door, it is time to put away all the fun sun dresses, shorts, short sleeve tops and pull out our warm and cozy wardrobe. Each new season, I like to make myself a new outerwear garment, for me, it is a good way to begin a new season!

by Melanie for Following The Thread

For my Fall project, I decided to make a Jalie set — two patterns from their spring release but made Fall-friendly! I chose to make the Jalie Bianca (a pattern I’ve been eyeing for a while now) in Feather Wale Corduroy — I chose Eggplant, but there are tons of colours to choose from in this beautiful fabric.

by Barbara Emodi

Some sewists start with an idea, some with a pattern, but I start with the fabric. 

I browse and feel the fabric (these days in my mask, trying hard to keep my glasses from fogging up) and I decide what my hands want to work with.

October 14, 2020 by Sara Dagenais

Hello fellow sewists,

Fall is my favorite season because it is not too hot, not too cold and simply beautiful during foliage.

by Claudine Gauvin

Sorry, this entry is only available in French.

Inspiration et choix du patron

J’aime l’élégance et la prestance des tenues de Kate Middleton. Le style de la belle duchesse de Cambridge m’a inspiré pour mon projet d’automne. J’aurai moi aussi une robe-manteau, mais dans une version plus “cozy”.

by Patricia Parsons

I’m usually a standard-bearer for slow sewing. I love those long projects like little French Jackets with hand-inserted linings and all that hem-line chain. I also love the process of making tailored shirts that I can work on over a period of weeks.

July 6, 2020 by Virginie Bissinger

Sorry, this entry is only available in French.

Quand est venu le temps de coudre pour l’été, je me suis demandée ce que je voudrais coudre. Je suis allée faire un tour sur le site de Fabricville et je suis tombée en amour avec ce tissu qu’il me fallait absolument ! Puis, je me suis demandée si je voulais me faire un haut ou un bas avec ce tissu et quand je suis tombée sur ce patron de jupe McCall’s M7606, j’ai su que ce serait le match parfait!

June 17, 2020 by Fabricville

Celebrate Earth Day every day! Knowing that every little change in our behaviour and habits counts, we love all ideas that express our creativity while limiting our ecological footprint. We`ve gathered here are a few eco-friendly projects made by our bloggers and we hope they inspire you to take action in your daily life.

by Marie-Claude Lavigueur

Avec la pandémie nous passons plus de temps à la maison, à cuisiner entre autres. C’est le moment parfait pour coudre un tablier afin de protéger nos vêtements des éclaboussures.

June 9, 2020 by Barbara Emodi

Every spring Jalie releases a new batch of patterns, and every year I see more and more of what I would describe as wearable basics/classics in the line. I generally pick a few patterns to try and after I see other sewists

June 3, 2020 by Patricia Parsons

What comes immediately to your mind when someone says “little black dress”? Do you think classic style? Maybe Audrey Hepburn? Or maybe you think fun and funky?

by Sara @ Birdz of a Feather

Right before the lockdown, I got some beautiful fabric (Nature Garden – Trellis in Aqua) determined to make a new lampshade for a thrifted lamp base.

by Sylvia

It’s refreshing to finally be out of the winter season and fully some sleeveless garments. Today I’ll be sharing my first sleeveless garment of the spring/summer season!

by Yvette Chilcott

Hi, I’m Yvette, a guest blogger!  Usually I’m at www.sewwhatyvette.com.  Hasn’t THIS been a Spring to go down in the history books?  Spring weather has finally arrived,  so I’m celebrating Spring and Summer Fabrics with Jalie patterns with Fabricville fabrics.

May 1, 2020 by Claudine Gauvin

Sorry, this entry is only available in French.

La tunique

J’ai toujours aimé les tuniques. Elles s’agencent bien à un jean ou à un beau pantalon et donnent un look moderne. Dès que j’ai vu ce patron Vogue no 9305, j’ai eu un coup de cœur. Ce petit volant sur l’ourlet avant est d’une simplicité trompeuse. L’assemblage peut paraître compliqué mais il se fait en un tournemain. Une seule courte couture maintient la section latérale inférieure à la section supérieure.

April 27, 2020 by Melanie for Following The Thread


What better to do while you are required to stay home than tackle a more complicated sewing project? Well, fortunately for me, I’d received this Vogue 1671 and this absolutely glorious viscose poplin as my latest Fabricville blogger project just before this lockdown started. So I had a more difficult project waiting for me!

April 20, 2020 by Mélyna for Gorgeously Vintage

This new project for the blog was coming on point, I was beginning to think about my spring & summer sewing plan. What better project to start with than the perfect 1950’s vintage style sun dress?

by Max Donos

Inspiration for a classic wide-legged trousers

The coming of springtime lifts the heavy burden of winter and fills us with the expectation of sunshine, warmth and relaxing time outdoors. Therefore, our sewing means lightweight materials, lighter colours and more relaxed silhouettes.

March 31, 2020 by Sara @ Birdz of a Feather

There’s still two weeks until Easter. So today I have not one, but two adorable Easter bunny ideas for you! I started with the idea of creating a wreath to hang on the front door using this oval wooden embroidery hoop as the frame.

March 26, 2020 by Fabricville

Although you may be spending more time indoors these days, we know your mind is busy planning your next creative project. We hope this Look Book inspires your sewing projects this season! Happy sewing!

March 11, 2020 by Sara Dagenais

Hello dear fabric lovers and sewing enthusiasts,

Spring is almost here! And with each new season comes the need for a new jacket!

December 20, 2019 by Kris for Sewnotes

Hello Fabricville Friends!

It’s been quite some time!  I recently started a new job and it has been keeping me busy and on my toes, which has meant a little less time spent in my sewing room. 

December 17, 2019 by Mélyna for Gorgeously Vintage

This fall I was feeling up for a sewing vintage fashion challenge. Therefore, I decided to go out of my comfort zone and transform a 1930’s dress into a dress coat! Vogue V9127, is a great design that can be easily altered into a coat, which is wonderful!

December 5, 2019 by Sara @ Birdz of a Feather

I recently took a course on needle felting; something I’ve always wanted to learn! When I discovered that Fabricville carries wool roving, I was excited to practice the techniques I had learned and design my own project. Fabricville has an awesome selection of colours of wool roving and tools by Clover.

by Max Donos

How do you survive a Canadian 6-months long winter in style ? And if you are not a snow bird?

November 15, 2019 by Sylvia

Hello everyone!

Don’t you love it when you make or find a garment that you can wear through all seasons? Well, I think I just made one and I am excited to share it with you.

November 14, 2019 by Fabricville

Between the beautiful sunny days of fall and the holiday season is the month of November. At this time of year, my main concern is to stay warm in style. What better way than with cozy knits? There is something comforting about being wrapped up a giant pullover or soft cardigan on a crisp fall day.

November 8, 2019 by Barbara Emodi

My mother used to talk about car coats, loose thigh length half coat/ half jackets suitable for dashing out of the house on errands, which in my life most often means driving down to the Fabricville at the bottom of my street for supplies.

October 25, 2019 by Sara Dagenais

Hello fellow sewists!

Fall is here with its beautiful colours, cool weather, and Halloween! I have been having a blast making my kids’ costumes over the years, and for the first time, at my children’s request, I made myself a matching costume!

October 16, 2019 by Melanie for Following The Thread

My latest Fabricville blogger’s project is the cat’s meow! I used McCalls 7992, a Laura Ashley pattern, and added this Cat Happy Printed Cotton (SKU WR704-014) to come up with a dress that is just purr-fect.

September 27, 2019 by Fabricville

Fall has a way of sneaking up on us. Slowly but surely, the temperature is cooling and soon the leaves will start turning. And if you’re a fashion lover, you will want to greet the chill in the air by updating your wardrobe.

August 30, 2019 by Fabricville

It’s already time to think about our Fall and Winter wardrobe. We need to face the fact: summer will soon be over. The silver lining to a change in season is that we can spoil ourselves by filling our closet with new clothes.

August 20, 2019 by Sylvia

Have you ever been in the middle of a project and realize that it is just not going to work out? That’s how I felt when I was working on my most recent project for the Fabricville blog.

July 16, 2019 by Fabricville

To celebrate summer’s arrival, why not sew yourself a new dress? This year, there are a lot of options that you will want to wear from morning until night, at work or on vacation. To help you navigate through this season’s many trends, I offer you two tips to help you pick the right style for you.

July 11, 2019 by Sara @ Birdz of a Feather

Comfy lounging is a priority to me no matter what time of year. As soon as my work day ends, I can’t wait to put on the most comfortable clothing so I can chillax for the remainder of the day!

June 13, 2019 by Barbara Emodi

Of all the new Jalies I made this spring I think I had most fun making the Michelle summer dress.

June 4, 2019 by Max Donos

Treating your father only takes a few meters of cotton poplin, a simple pattern and 5 hours of leisurely sewing. 

May 28, 2019 by Sylvia

Hello everybody,

I am excited to share my first Spring Fabricville project with you. This time, I decided to step out of my comfort zone and use a fabric type that I have never sewn with before and I loved it!