You’ll need more than one fabric mask to get through the pandemic. How many? How to care for them? Read all about it in our blog.
Meg Busacca makes a line of totally unique non-medical grade covid masks using antique and vintage fabrics. She’s sourced some of the fabrics through lady Virginia Vintage so I wanted to profile her on my blog.
Read a review of this fascinating book that explains fiber and fabric deeply, effortlessly, and entertainingly.
I’m trying to keep my spirit up in these trying times and trying to provide uplift to others, too. But no matter how much we may wish to do good sometimes it can all go wrong.
We could all use a little help right now so I hope my mid season Christmas in July Sale will help you get fabrics for projects, masks for protection, and vintage goods for your home!
One of my customers is the grand niece of 20th century fabric designer Edward Bragaline. She sourced his fabrics from me and made an amazing project from them. Here’s her story.