Our super spring shop window!

Wow, it’s been a while since we updated our window! But I think this one is worth the wait. I love it so much!

Super spring shop window at The Village Haberdashery in West Hampstead

Here are more details about the samples:

On our little girls we have two adorable dresses¬†sewn by Zoe Edwards! These the two different versions of the Geranium Dress pattern by Rae Hoekstra and Zoe will be teaching a class on this pattern in June, if you’d like to make your own.

The first is sewn up in Mochi in Lime from Mochi by Rashida Coleman-Hale for Cotton + Steel (this is sold out but we still have the fabric in Sky!) and the second is sewn up in Rose Border in Multi from Mustang by Melody Miller for Cotton + Steel. Such an amazing use of this border print, am I right?

Made by Rae Geranium Dress in Cotton + Steel fabric featured in The Village Haberdashery shop window!

On our lady, we’ve got an awesome Marianne Dress! This pattern is by Christine Haynes and the dress was also sewn by Zoe, who is teaching a class on this pattern in June too!

The fabric used in this sample is our Interlock Solids in Warm Olive and Interlock Stripes in India Ink and White both are super soft organic interlock knit fabrics.

Christine Haynes Marianne Dress featured in The Village Haberdashery shop window!

The quilt in the window is our Star Block of the Month quilt by Charlotte Newland! Each month Charlotte is leading a new block on The Daily Stitch and teaching a class on that block in our West Hampstead shop. You can find all the tutorials here and all the classes here.

This quilt uses Kona Cotton Solids for the stars and Widescreen in Grey by Carolyn Friedlander for the background. All fabrics are from Robert Kaufman. You can pick up a kit in the shop if you’d like to get started on your own!

Star Block of the Month from The Village Haberdashery

I hope you love our window as much as we do!

Super spring shop window at The Village Haberdashery in West Hampstead

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