Thursday, January 31, 2019

Sew Twists and Ties: Hart's Fabric Giveaway

Another giveaway for Sew Twists and Ties!


Hart's Fabric has generously offered to give away a $30 gift certificate to a lucky reader as part of Sew Twists and Ties!



Hart's has an amazing selection of garment fabrics up for offer, so I'm going to highlight some of their fabrics that I think will work well for Sew Twists and Ties patterns!


Hart's has a virtual rainbow of buttery and drapey tencel twill and tencel gabardine... remember I used their tencel gabardine for my Meridian Dress?








How about a rayon challis or viscose poplin for a Simplicity 8601 or a Hey June Key Largo top?



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44 comments:

  1. I just bought Cashmerette Pembroke so some cozy knots would be perfect!

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  2. I've been eyeballing the Jarrah top lately so I probably ought to pick up some fabric for it!

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  3. Omg I need ALL THE FLORAL POPLIN!

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  4. The Nottingham is still on my list and the Floral Rayon Lycra Knit Plum would work well for it!

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  5. I love that Nottingham top so I would get some jersey for that pattern!

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  6. I definitely need to make a Jarrah from that green sweater knit.

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  7. Probably knit fabrics for a Style Arc knit twist top pattern I have had in my stash awhile.

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  8. Mmmm the Nathalie Viscose poplin red! It's so bright!

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  9. I've been eyeing that tencel gabardine, since you highlighted in with your Meridian dress...

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  10. Some tencel twill, I'd make those weird pocket pants from papercut. Its like the pocket has a twist, right :)

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  11. I would love to make some pants out of any one of their incredible selection of linen fabrics.

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  12. That Blooming Rose Rayon is beyond beautiful!

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  13. I'm all over the jersey knits for a lane dress.

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  14. I've already got a couple of the rayon prints, haha, but I'd love to make something in the tencel twill, it looks yummy!

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  15. I'd like to try the Nottingham soon, so I'd be digging into the jersey knits for sure.

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  16. Do I have to choose? Harts has so many beautiful fabrics! Since I have to make a choice, it'll be the mustard background rayon crepe print for a Pembroke dress. Thank you Harts for the giveaway.

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  17. I would get the mustard rayon poplin and make a relaxed work blouse!

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  18. I love that poopy viscose rayone in navy and would make a dress of some sort!

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  19. I love the tencel twill for a dress

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  20. I totally adore Nathalie viscose Poplin Red❤ for a dress...๐Ÿค”or....tencell twill Jade for...๐Ÿ˜Ša dress!

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  21. I have been hankering to get my hands on some tencel twill for summer pants and see that Hart's has a glorious shade of olive. I'd love to have a cut of it.

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  22. I've been eyeing some rayon from hart's for Colette patterns oolong dress.

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  23. Those floral viscose Poppins are calling my name!

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  24. The jersey knits would be great for the twist top I want to make

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  25. Ice been all about olive colors lately. I'd make another ruska!

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  26. I would choose the Cotton Slub sweater knit grey to make a dress.

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  27. I've already made a knottingham and love it so I'd probably just make another from some jersey.

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  28. I would use the embrace catnip double gauze pink for a named sade blouse. Sounds perfect for me :)

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  29. I'd love to try their tencel!!!

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  30. I love the that mustard viscose poplin floral. Also the marbled wine and Ecru knit. I might make a Sinclair Lauren from the knit.

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  31. The meridian dress in a green tencel sounds lovely! I have made Style Arc's version of this dress and am interested to see where it differs!

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  32. Oooh, I love the Tencel Garbedine in jade. Maybe the longer version of the Salida skirt?

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  33. Something in the Rayon for a new top.

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  34. Wooooo! My mom lives right by it in Santa Cruz so I go whenever I visit, it’s great!!! I love their selection of Japanese fabric!

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  35. I LOVE the blue Shibori style rayon!A twisty Sade?

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  36. The same buttery tencel but in wine color...
    and a dress...with a little bit of a-line

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  37. That mushroom print viscose is seriously amazing! I'd use it to make the dress view of 7803 :)

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  38. I'd make the Meridian dress in teal tencel twill.

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  39. oh I just spotted some jersey that I would love to make a dress from. My juices have not flowed for a while so not sure what kind of dress.

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  40. Mmmmm maybe the Jarrah in sweater knit.

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  41. They have that gorgeous AGF Wanderlust rayon that would make such a beautiful Cashmerette Cedar Dolman.

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  42. Love the viscose poplin in navy! I would make the new boheme skirt from Vanessa Pouzet, I've heard is a great pattern for beginners too.

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  43. I think my sisters and I need some matching Llama underwear :D

    https://www.hartsfabric.com/fashion-apparel-fabrics/knits-jersey/ds-llamaste-knit-white-97750.html

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  44. I would make a kielo wrap dress, but undecided on the fabric! Maybe someone could give me an idea.

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