A year with Sew Weekly – the aftermath

You may not know but last year I was trying to make a garment each week as a contributor for The Sew Weekly. I went a bit crazy buying up vintage fabrics all over the place and now it’s time to let some go.

To be honest I don’t know how managed to make a garment, not every week, but on average about every two weeks.

I also didn’t realise just how much fabric had collected last year

So in my ongoing quest to declutter my sewing room – I am selling on eBay some of the fabric that no picked up last year as I have enough fabric for one lifetime!!

Here are a few things I have on eBay – ranging from the sixties to the eighties.

It is only available to Australian buyers.

In the future I considering using this page to sell vintage items. I haven’t even started in all the vintage accessories I collated to go with the outfits!!

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1970’s Red White and Blue Floral Print Blouse Weight fabric

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1970’s Seersucker Multicoloured Stripe Print

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1970’s Sweet Floral Print Cotton

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Possibly seventies sheer cotton floral print – in monochromatic earthy tones
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1970’s piece of sheer curtain fabric

 

 

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Fun eighties Paint Splotch Cotton Print

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Wonderful eighties seersucker in Art Deco inspired geometric print

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What child of the eighties doesen’t like the Smurfs! These faded bedsheets have already been bid on at $20!

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A little bit of Mickey Mouse – who is in again!

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3 thoughts on “A year with Sew Weekly – the aftermath

  1. I’m with Mel – so many pretty, pretty things! 🙂

    I know just what you mean about the fabric accumulation involved with Sew Weekly. I’m a bit scared to look at my fabric piles. Must get around to doing a cull one day soon, before it collapses on me in an earthquake and it takes people days to dig me out from underneath it…. (Hmmm. Death by fabric….)

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