It’s that time of the week again when we thank our fabulous Finish Along Sponsors, and this week it’s Pink Chalk Fabric’s turn again:
Last time round I focussed on the fabrics, but this time I’m going to walk you through the fabulous pattern section.
With a stunning 160 different designers, Pink Chalk’s pattern section covers a whole gamut of sewing mediums, from quilts to bags to clothing to embroidery to toys, in both downloadable and printed patterns. Printed patterns ship free in the US incidentally.
Here’s a selection of my favourites:
This wee guy grabbed my eye straight off, I feel a sudden urge to make a dragon!
I have a pile of knit fabric waiting to be made into something – I’m not sure if it’s fear or just other more exciting things enticing me away, but maybe I could make this dress…
I love Carolyn Friedlander’s work, and have been enjoying seeing a lot of these wee shirts popping up on instagram recently. Since my office has just gone dress-down 5 days a week (rather than just Friday) perhaps I need to make one of these to try out my potential wardrobe rotations ;o)
I think this would be a fun baby/toddler quilt, bright colours, letters, animals, you could keep entertained for hours with this. Well I could anyway!
Anna’s bags are super popular, and I know of many fellow bloggers with at least one of her bags in their wardrobe (although Krista might win the prize for 2-4-1 tote making!)
Maybe you need an embroidery for the little monsters in your life?
Now head on over and check out the pattern section, you’re bound to find something you *need* to make!