Sewing is definitely one of my biggest passions, but due to the fact that I work full time right now and we are leaving for Texas very soon, eekkkk 10 days, yes I am super nervous, I have had no time to sew lately. On the bright side I can not wait till we get to Texas we are moving in to a house built in the 1940's and pretty much all I know about the house is that it has 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, hardwood floors and a big back yard for my 3 pups. 3 bedrooms woo hoo, for about the past 9 months my boyfriend and I have shared a room that we rent. A whole house for the two of us is going to be quite spacious. We have decided the smallest room of the house will be my office, studio and sewing room slash extended closet. Right now my sewing spot is a tiny space in the garage of the house we rent are room out of. Its not only horribly lit but its also infested with spiders and other friendly bugs who love to say hi while I am sewing. Due to the lack of space all of my fabric and vintage patterns has been in boxes for the past couple of years. I am definitely looking forward to elegantly and conveniently displaying all of my gorgeous fabric I have been collecting. Lately I have been a major fabric hoarder, due to the fact that fabric is so cheap out here in the LA fashion district. If I had all of the money in the world I invest in a 100 tons of vintage fabric. But since this is not the case I wanted to share my favorite vintage fabric and pattern finds with my lovely blog friends.
1950's Rose Glazed Cotton MsLegacySews
1950's Antique Store Novelty CottonMsLegacySews
1940's Tropical Deco Vintage Barcloth catnapcottage