Skip to main content

At Fabric Mart: Wrap Up 2012!



 Hello friends! 
We're wrapping up 2012 with the highlights from the blog the year! 

Can you believe we've only been blogging for a few months? 
We have enjoyed finding inspiration, writing posts, and most of all sharing with you. 
And we love receiving comments and encouragement from our loving fabric friends!

Let's take a look back at all our memories together:

 
( And the offer is still open! Email fabricmartblog@gmail.com)


We held a Halloween Costume Contest!






And still tempting! Check out our lace on our website: 













We had a lot of fun blogging for you in 2012! 
We have a few more great posts to end the year on, so be sure to check the blog later this week for a tutorial you'll love and to catch up with Julie! 


See you next year, Fabricistas!

Comments

Post a Comment

Thanks for leaving a comment! All comments are reviewed before posting to help us eliminate spam. Your comment will be posted within 24 hours.

Popular Posts You Might Like

DIY Tutorial: Infinity Scarves

Have a person on your gift list, but have no idea what to get for them? Making a gift is the perfect idea and it will be even more thoughtful than a silly little gift they don't really want anyway.
Infinity scarves are super easy and quick to make. They are called infinity scarves because they look like a continuous piece of fabric in a tubular form. You can make them in almost any type of knit. Knits come in so many different prints that you can make one for every outfit in your closet. 
Here is what you will need:  - Sewing machine - 1/2 yard of knit fabric (sweater knit, rayon knit, ITY knit, cotton knit, etc) Should also be 58/60" wide.  - Thread to match - Hand sewing needle
1) Fold the 1/2 yard piece of knit in half the long way. Pin along the entire long edge. 

2) Using a thin zig-zag stitch (almost straight stitch), stitch the long edge. I pull slightly on the front and back of the fabric as it goes through the sewing machine so that when the scarf is finished, it can b…

Made by a Fabricista: Classic Ponte Knit Pieces!

Happy Saturday All!
I am so over this heat here in South Florida!  The humidity and the high temperature feels like 100+ degrees each day.  I can't wait for Fall so that I can truly enjoy the cooler temperatures.
Whenever Fabric Mart has designer ponte knit fabric in stock and on sale, I grab as many yards as I am allowed to.  I absolutely love sewing with ponte knit versus other knits as the stability and structure are perfect for my personal taste (See my previous Fabric Mart post using ponte knit here and here).