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So I thought I'd share this absolutely beautiful image of the textile that seems to be all over the runway. Happy Friday!

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On this crisp November Friday, I thought I'd share a beautiful splattering of screen printed fabrics from Sweden based company Just Scandinavian. The prints are bright, fun, playful, applied to 100% linen textiles, and sold by the yard. I think they're just lovely and I hope you do too.

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While planning an upcoming trip to China, I came across something so cool I just had to share it with you. So there I was on the internet looking for Womenswear apparel manufacturing factories in China and came across a list of Chinese factories. The first one I checked out was Milk Fashion. What I [...]

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Earlier this week I was thumbing through a stack of my favorite fashion magazines and, page after page, was reminded of just how popular a certain fabric, Tulle, has become in fashion lately.  No longer just for brides and ballerinas, the mesh-like fabric has been popping up in collections from Alice + Olivia to Oscar [...]

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Memory fabrics are yarn dyed textiles that possess a sharp retentivity function and can hold their shape. They can add an innovative and almost futuristic feel to a garment and are just plain fun to work with.  

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Sonic Fabric.  This may be something you all already know about but it's something that I just discovered and I cannot stop thinking about the possibilities... I'm not going to sit here and try to write about a topic that can only truly be understood but watching and listening so below are a few different [...]

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Lately, as I become more and more active in the world of social media, I’ve had the pleasure of coming across all sorts of fantastic blogs written by or about independent textile designers; weavers, knitters, printers, felters, spinners, you name it. I really enjoy visiting these online design diaries and even though we consider ourselves [...]

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