Tuesday, October 09, 2007

cutest fabric


very cute halloween fabric i picked up at joann's recently, and on sale for 3.99 a yard! it's got vintage style beistle cats (as seen below)!

not sure what the fabric will become... for now, i think i am going to go for simple and use it as a tablecloth. perhaps a girl with more time on her hands could turn it into a dandy apron or a halloween trick or treat satchel.

9 comments:

A'Dell said...

But you've got that cute apron pattern now!

Just think of how cute and clever you would be sashaying about in a pumpkin apron in October. Plus, I love the apron pattern and I'm dying to see one that you've made.

Kimberly said...

Hey, I just made an apron with this fabric yesterday! I'll have to post a picture so you can see.

Kerry and Rachel said...

I love the fabric. I forsee a visit to JoAnn Fabric in our future!

Crafting Cutie said...

That fabric is so cute. Can't wait to see what you make from it!

BTW, I ran across your blog about a week ago and was inspired to start my own about my crafting and thrifting endeavors. Thanks for the inspiration! :)

Bettsi McComb said...

Oh my gawd...you've been posting again for months and I've been missing out! I kept you on my blogroll, but I haven't checked in. It's been fun to catch up. Love the fabric and I loved all that you did for your friend's baby shower too.

Kimberly Ann said...

Love all vintage halloween, especially Beistle die cuts! This is great fabric.

Heather said...

that jointed paper cat decoration is older than old. i can remember it in my classroom every year at school, plus my MIL has had the same one since the 60s at least...!!! long live Scary Kitty!

Kellie said...

OK, first of all...your blog is so much fun...I've been lurking on and off for a while.

When I was in sixth grade back in the late 70's my teacher let me decorate her bulletin board for Halloween and I covered it with those cats and a giant jointed Jack'O Lantern similar to the one on the print. So, I HAD to buy that same fabric when I saw it! Made an apron with it. :)

Gatherings said...

Or, a flouncy hat and bowtie???