Monthly Archives: October 2012

The New Fabrics from India

Lately I have been having a love affair with the fabrics from Fabric Treasury on Etsy. Anne George the shop owner has been kind enough to offer her yardage fabrics in smaller increments to suit the needs of the dolls.…

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Handwoven Linen Collection. Fall/Winter 2012

Fine handwoven 100% flax linen fabrics are rare and hardly available in retail anywhere. A chance encounter with this amazing fabric set me off on a search which took me to an old weaving facility. They have perfectly working vintage … Continue reading

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Interview with Cheryl Hetherington

Cheryl has a preference for natural summer light cottons and often drops by FabricTreasury. So one day, I thought it might be a good idea to see what she makes with all those fabrics. And it turned out be an … Continue reading

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Mint Memories for Silkstone Barbie and similar size dolls on Etsy now

If you are interested in Tuxedo and Mint Memories, please email me and we can work something out. Thank you.

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Winter Wonderland Wedding by Aenne-et-Linum

Rosemary – a new dress by the talented Aenne Thiel-António. “Rosemary” is the dress for your winter wonderland wedding. A tight-fitting natural colored uppers of ahimsa silk jersey with slightly flared Tropetenärmeln goes into a double-layered ruffled skirt over from … Continue reading

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Peace Silk Ensembles by Matisse Fashions

Five ensembles in delicious icecream colors with eyecatching silk belt, and trendy jewels by doll couturier Matisse of  Matisse Fashions. The wrap style blouses are cut from amazing peace silk, full lined in china silk, and features a collar, three-quarter length … Continue reading

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FABRICARTISTRY is born today, on a beautiful Monday October 1, 2012.

I have been mulling over a blog idea for some time now. I started off with thinking that this would be a place to publish about my research into Indian Textiles, then thought about just keeping it simple and stick … Continue reading

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