Hey guys! We’re getting closer and closer to KCW, which means I’ve started planning outfits and dreaming of fabrics! And let me tell you, today’s sponsor, Raspberry Creek Fabrics has quite the selection. You may know them already thanks to their amazing french terry selection. Over the past year, that’s all I seemed to hear/read about was the french terry coming out of this little shop!

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Although right now isn’t really a time you’d think of using french terry, why not think outside the box? Create some fun athletic shorts and cardigans to throw on as the nights start to cool…. Maybe even think ahead to back to school sewing! These would make for some great transitional pieces too! The options with french terry are endless 😉

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If you’re not sure about the french terry, you’ll definitely want to check out the apparel fabric section… There’s a nice variety of substrates, from knits to ginghams to chambray and so much more! There are a few that I’ve definitely got my eye on, like that aztec print on the left hand side, it’d make such a cute tee for one of the boys (maybe even a raglan), or that pretty floral lawn on the right, perfect for a breezy summer romper for the baby or a light breezy dress for a girl.

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What’s got me really intrigued are these new prints that are being stocked…. They’re called CLUB fabrics and are exclusive to Raspberry Creek Fabrics. Designed by them, they’re produced in the U.S. and come in both a jersey and a french terry (depending on the print)…. It’s great to see more options becoming available! And I’ve definitely got my eye on that white on black polka dot and the floral french terry! They’d make for some great kiddo pieces.

And now for today’s giveaway! Raspberry Creek Fabrics is offering a 50$ gift card to one lucky winner! All you have to do, is enter below 🙂

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  1. Barbara

    Waauw, such a lovely fabrics, all of them! Although I have already so much fabric, I’d love some more solids, and especially like the French terry solids. Would be great for making the Susanne Cardigan I desperately want to make 🙂

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