It’s that time of the week again where we take a look at one of the lovely Finish Along sponsors, and mentally spend the prize ahead of time!

Oh, where do I start with Sew Me a Song?  Becca is the first person I think of when I think fussy cuts, and all the carefully curated collections that those that took part in the Economy Block Along had.

As Sew Me A Song is an Etsy shop, it actually mixes up all the fabrics into one place, showing you some fab combinations that you would never have thought of looking through those shops that carefully organise by designer/manufacturer and/or line.  Handily, there is also the option to shop by fat quarter or half yard measurements.

I did a little mental shopping (well, okay, I may have been making up a potential shopping list), and came up with these options:

One can never have too many labels, and I just love the background in this Yuwa print

Vintage baking utensils – wouldn’t these work great in an apron?

And wouldn’t this go well with the baking utensils?

I have to admit to a slight weakness for text and picture fabrics, like this seed catalogue:

How fun is this text/picture combo?!

I have some of this fun print in another colour way.  I think I need more:

Wouldn’t this be perfect for ransom notes?

Let them eat cake!  (I might have been watching too much Musketeers of late…)

Then there are fun bundles, such as this ‘Letter Writing For Sewists’:

Or these drool-worthy Lecien text prints:

Hmm, I’d better stop there before my bank manager phones me up!  Pop on over and have a good poke around yourselves though, you’ll be sure to find some fabulous fabric :o)

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