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New in stock at The Village Haberdashery

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Menagerie by Rifle Paper Co. pre-sale: spotlight on the cotton/linen canvas!

We just love the new Menagerie collection by Rifle Paper Co., especially the six beautiful cotton linen canvas designs. Perfect for making skirts, bags, espadrilles, cushions, or even for upholstering a chair, the Menagerie cotton linen canvas by Rifle Paper Co. is now available for pre-sale. For tips on sewing with this versatile substrate, click here.

Menagerie Canvas by Rifle Paper Co. - Monstera in Natural

The stunning Tapestry in Midnight, Tapestry in Natural, and Royal Peacock in Navy also feature gold metallic ink details.

Menagerie Canvas by Rifle Paper Co. - Tapestry in Midnight Metallic

And how cute is this Jungle print in Hunter Green, with leopards, tigers and birds?

Menagerie Canvas by Rifle Paper Co. - Jungle in Hunter

The Rifle Paper Co. Menagerie collection of 28 fabrics is due to arrive in August, but you can pre-order now to be the first to receive them. View the six cotton linen canvas designs here, and the whole Menagerie collection here.

Charlie Caftan from Closet Case Patterns

Nothing says summer elegance quite as well as a dramatic caftan, and the Charlie Caftan is a fresh take on this warm weather staple. This pattern is perfect for light to medium weight wovens such as linen, chambray, silk, rayon, batiste and voile, and we’ve rounded up a few of our favourites here. Shop the Charlie Caftan pattern here, and all our Closet Case patterns here.

Closet Case Patterns - Charlie Caftan

No Patterns Needed: DIY Couture from Simple Shapes by Rosie Martin

If you want to sew your own clothes but are put off by the idea of cutting out pattern pieces covered with dotted lines and symbols, this is the book for you! Using Rosie Martin‘s innovative method, you begin with nothing but a rectangle, circle or triangle of fabric and some basic body measurements to create your own clothes. Shop No Patterns Needed here, and Rosie’s first book DIY Couture here.

No Patterns Needed: DIY Couture from Simple Shapes by Rosie Martin

Everlasto Baker’s Twine

We have some beautiful Everlasto Baker’s Twine in stock, including four sparkly shades! Baker’s Twine is fun for wrapping gifts, card making, decorating and more! Everlasto Basker’s Twine is manufactured in the UK in 100% natural soft cotton, and is available in 50m and 100m spools. Check out Pinterest for loads of inspiration, and shop our Baker’s Twine here.

Everlasto Baker’s Twine

Ban.do 17 month agendas

Get organised this summer with a Ban.do agenda! Not just your average planner, it’s also an art gallery, a cheerleader, a top secret document, a personal assistant, and a best friend. With handy year, month, and week views, tons of notes pages, colour-coded tabs, stickers, weekend to-dos, compliments, a neat poster, and so much more, it’s pretty much the agenda of your dreams. Our current selection of agendas start in August, so this is the perfect time to snap one up and start getting organised for your best year ever! Shop all our Ban.do agendas here.

Ban.do 17 month agendas

Isosceles Triangle Masterclass

By popular demand, we’ve designed an Isosceles Triangle Masterclass for intermediate and advanced quilters! This class will take you through the tricky bits of isosceles triangle patchwork including how to cut triangles with a ruler, deal with bias seams and sew precise and sharp points while working on a baby or lap-size pyramid quilt top. You’ll be able to keep your isosceles triangle ruler and you’ll leave with the confidence to complete your quilt top at home! This-day class is scheduled for 22 July and 9 September and you can sign up here.

Isosceles Triangle Masterclass with Judith Dahmen

Special offer!

This week, save 20% on all sweatshirt fabrics and ribbing! It’s British summer and you never know what you’re going to get, so we’re here to help you layer up! Make a Grainline Linden or a Charlie Hoodie for your kiddo! Use code SWEAT20 to save.

We are also clearing out our sale section with an extra 25% off all already reduced items, including bolt ends while stocks last! No code necessary – the discount will come off at checkout!

25% off already reduced sale items!


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Menagerie by Rifle Paper Co. pre-sale!

New in stock at The Village Haberdashery

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Menagerie by Rifle Paper Co. pre-sale!

We are so excited by the new Menagerie collection by Rifle Paper Co., and are now accepting pre-orders. As the name implies, Menagerie covers a wide range of characters, designs, and fabric substrates, including quilting weight cottoncotton lawns printed with metallic ink, rayon, cotton-linen blend canvas, and a brand new cotton/rayon lawn, perfect for dressmaking.

Menagerie by Rifle Paper Co. pre-sale!

In this third collection from Rifle Paper Co., some of the esteemed stationery company’s newest jungle themed designs are translated from painting and paper to Cotton + Steel fabrics, supported by the ever-popular signature Rifle florals. You can shop the pre-sale here.

Menagerie by Rifle Paper Co. pre-sale!

New Twist colours from Dashwood Studio

We love this season’s new colours of Twist, the fun stash builder from Dashwood Studio! Designed to compliment and co-ordinate with Dashwood’s other collections, they are a handy basic that mixes beautifully in your quilting projects! You can shop all our Twist fabrics here.

New Twist colours from Dashwood Studio

Fashionary sketchbooks are back!

Tailor made for fashion designers, Fashionary is a sketchbook combined with extensive fashion information and blended figure templates. Perfect for planning your dressmaking projects, Fashionary is available in A5 size in stylish red or black, or a handy set of three mini sketchbooks, so you can always keep one on you for new ideas. Shop our Fashionary range here.

Fashionary sketchbooks are back

Cards for the wedding season

Now that it’s wedding season, we thought we’d compile some of our favourite wedding cards. Congratulate the happy couple with a super cute illustrated ‘Yes’ card by Amelia Flower, a luxury ‘Perfect Match’ card by À L’aise, or a botanical ‘Congrats’ card by Natalie Lea Owen. Shop greeting cards for weddings here.

Cards for the wedding season

O-Rings for bag-making and macrame

O-rings are useful for bag and belt-making and macrame! Available in two sizes – 25mm and 50mm – and silver or antique finishes, these o-rings are perfect for your next macrame or bag project. You can make your own modern macrame plant hanger with this tutorial by Susana Cunha, and shop our o-rings here.

O-Rings for bag-making and macrame

Create Your Own Stationery with Nancy Straughan

In this special paper craft workshop taught by Nancy Straughan, you will learn techniques to personalise your own greetings cards, envelopes and paper to create a beautiful collection of designed stationery. You’ll take away a collection of handmade greetings cards, envelopes, gift tags and loose paper sheets to give to loved ones or decorate your home. Find out more and book your place here.

Create Your Own Stationery with Nancy Straughan

Special offer

Rico Linea Botanica has been added to the Sale section at 40% off! This lovely, soft 3-ply yarn is spun from organic wool and dyed with natural herbal colouring. Find it in the shop here!

Rico Linea Botanica has been added to the Sale section at 40% off!

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MORE Wonderland by Rifle Paper Company sewing inspiration!

We still have a great selection of the amazing Rifle Paper Company Wonderland fabric collection on our shelves, including those hard to find fat quarter bundles, and in case you were short of ideas of what to stitch it up into we thought we would share some makes from social media to get you inspired!

Wonderland by Rifle Paper Co for Cotton and Steel

We love the Rose Garden print in the Moss Metallic colour-way so much. How amazing does @colleenwynn look in her top and skirt!

Wonderland Inspiration

Cameos in Green is another fantastic green. @224acres has made this awesome bag…

Wonderland Inspiration

…and @somethingsewsweetofficial has created this simple but effective cushion cover. A great first project idea!

Wonderland Inspiration

Cameos also come in a Rose colour-way. This sweet apron by @missamandawilliams is perfect for baking those jam tarts!

Wonderland Inspiration

@chickietails has made these really lovely made everyday dresses in Cameos in Rose and Mad Tea Party in Neutral. How cute would a Geranium Dress be in these prints too!

Wonderland Inspiration

Speaking of things that are cute… what about this baby romper by @elisehuguette in Procession in Neutral!

Wonderland Inspiration

This skirt in the same by @stitchologyabq is so fun!

Wonderland Inspiration

The Painted Roses in Black Rayon fabric is so nice to work with and has a stunning drape. @cablesandcalico has cleverly ‘hacked together’ the Washi Dress and the Bettine Dress to create this stunner!

Wonderland Inspiration

This tunic by @kimaboxer works so well….

Wonderland Inspiration

…and she even had fabric left over for her daughter to make a mini dress too!

Wonderland Inspiration

@urbanspools looks super happy with her massive tote in Rose Garden in Crimson Metallic! Tote bags are great first projects for beginners!

Wonderland Inspiration

Don’t forget this fabric comes in Red too! Here is our By Hand London Flora Dress.

Wonderland Inspiration

Another one of the lovely rayons here with @missmake looking chic in her Green Bee Patterns Frances dress in Magic Forest in Ruby. This is also available in blue
Wonderland Inspiration

…and in a quilting cotton weight in Neutral (this fab bag is by @somethingsewsweetofficial)…

Wonderland Inspiration

…and Midnight Metallic! This skirt by @thuthu929 is awesome with it’s big bow!

Wonderland Inspiration

Looking for a simpler or quick sew perhaps…? How about a Willow Tank? This one is by @kimaboxer and fabric is Follow Suit in Navy Metallic Lawn. This fabric is extremely comfortable to wear!

Wonderland Inspiration

Check out this Deer and Doe Belladone dress in the same fabric by @joeycraftworkz.

Wonderland Inspiration

How about this Tie by @thuthu929. This fabric is great for the fellas too!

Wonderland Inspiration

@thesewingbeebee has designed this super cool yoga mat bag in Caterpillar Dots in Cobalt Metallic!

Wonderland Inspiration

This teapot quilt block by @quiltsbydenise in Garden Party in Navy is so fitting!…

Wonderland Inspiration

I wish our Colette Rue dress in this fabric fitted me!

Wonderland Inspiration

I hope our little round up of ideas has got you inspired to create your own Wonderland masterpieces! Share your makes with us using #thevillagehaberdashery. Check our more ideas by searching for#wonderlandfabric#riflepapercofabric and#riflepapercowonderland!

Find our remaining stock here. Get it quick before it disappears down a rabbit hole!

Pssst! We also still have some of Rifle Paper Co‘s other collection Les Fleurs Rayon left in stock including this stunning Birch Floral in Navy (This lovely cami top is by @somethingsewsweetofficial).

Les Fleurs Rayon

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Survey time! Cotton and Steel Spring 2017 collections

It’s that time again! Cotton and Steel have just revealed the Spring 2017 collections and we can’t wait to hear what you think! Help us decide what to stock and you can earn 25 Stash Points for each survey you complete by end of day on 20 May.

Menagerie, designed by Rifle Paper Co., features some of Rifle’s latest jungle inspired art, along with lots of other well-loved Rifle imagery. There are lots of metallics and a ton of substrates in this collection, including our brand new cotton/rayon lawn, which has the handling ease of cotton and the flowy drape of rayon.

Menagerie by Rifle Paper Co.

Rashida Coleman-Hale‘s next collection, Lagoon, is inspired by an imaginary jungle of lush foliage filled with fun characters like mischievous lemurs and tiny tigers.

Lagoon by Rashida Coleman-Hale

Sienna by Alexia Abegg is inspired by the colours and imagery of the high desert. It features the hand painting and stamping that Alexia’s fabrics are known for. It also includes a lot of garment-friendly substrates, including our brand new cotton/rayon lawn, which has the handling ease of cotton and the flowy drape of rayon.

Sienna by Alexia Abegg

Kim Kight is a vintage fabric expert, and her collection Snap to Grid is inspired by the ’80’s! It’s a mix of super fun and happy basics prints that have endless possibilities, with lots of black and white, electric blue, splashes of neon pink and neon yellow.

Snap to grid by Kim Kight

Magic Forest by Sarah Watts is filled with Sarah’s whimsical illustrations of magic furry friends and glowing flowers you might find in an enchanted woods.

Magic Forest by Sarah Watts

Beauty Shop by Sarah Watts and Melody Miller

New Cotton and Steel Basics

Spring 2017 Cotton and Steel Basics





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Wonderland vignettes in our West Hampstead Shop!

Today Kym is taking over the blog to share all of the gorgeous samples we have in the shop using fabric from the Wonderland fabric collection from Rifle Paper Co. for Cotton and Steel! We got some great snaps of these garments and quilts, but in the shop they really tell the Alice in Wonderland story so we hope you’ll come in to see them all in person. It’s so much fun in here!

When I heard that we were about to receive the stunning Wonderland collection from Rifle Paper Co. for Cotton and Steel I was so excited and my head started buzzing with ideas! I have always loved the Alice in Wonderland story and it was a dream come true to have the opportunity to create a shop full of themed displays.

Our new shop is the perfect setting for our cute vignettes and I had great fun creating a little scenes in each area. Annie and I popped out onto one of the pretty roof gardens behind our shop for the photoshoot. We hope you like our new backdrops.

The Tea Party

Is there a more perfect dress for afternoon tea than the Colette Rue Dress in a beautiful Garden Party print fabric?

I just love the v shaped bodice (you can just about see it on the below image) and pleated skirt. Such an elegant shape! This dress is also fully lined in Kona Cotton Solids Indigo.

Just like in our blue, orange and ivory vignette we re-covered this Ikea Ekenäset Armchair in a new fabric. This time the Wonderland Canvas in Light Blue Metallic was the obvious option as it is so gorgeous and I just love how it has turned out! A big thanks to @electricsmoke for helping me out with the staple gun when putting it together!

Last time we didn’t share the back of the chair with you but here it is! It has two YKK 22inch Standard zips mimicking the original Ikea upholstery underneath.

I had a lovely couple of afternoons at local ceramic painting shop Art for Fun because you simply can’t have a tea party without a teapot! I painted this one in a Cheshire Cat theme with matching tea cup. The little Doormouse asleep inside is knitted up in Cascade 220 in Walnut Heather and this pattern from Ravelry.

Mad Tea Party

I spotted this tutorial online to make a Mad Hatter’s Hat and @chefgreg took up the challenge. Isn’t it fab! It is amazing what you can create with cardboard, paper and the all important Mod Podge!

Mad Hatter Hat

Alice and the White Rabbit

The first window you come to in the shop is the home of the White Rabbit! He is looking very smart in the Oliver + S Art Museum Vest in Magic Forest in Neutral and Cotton + Steel Basics – Netorious in Black Cat. I love how well these fabrics go together. The fastenings are Black Kam Snaps!

His bow tie is in Kona Cotton Solids Black and made using this tutorial. I created his fluffy tail using a ball of Rico Essentials Soft Merino Aran in Natural and the really fun Multipom pom pom maker! The shorts are Oliver + S Sketchbook Shorts in Robert Kaufman‘s Manchester in Charcoal and the shirt is our usual go-to white button down Oliver + S Sketchbook Shirt.

In this vignette we also have Alice looking very pretty in her Megan Neilsen Darling Ranges Dress stitched up in Caterpillar Dots in Cobalt Metallic.

Darling Ranges Dress

Darling Ranges Dress

I had a great time making the self covered buttons with Cotton + Steel BasicsNetorious in Goldilocks and Silver. They are so easy to make!

Darling Ranges Buttons

Quilt Garden

On our quilt swings in the shop we have two fabulous quilts! The first has been stitched by Caroline in a fabulous Backgammon design. The pattern is the Melody Miller Playful Quilt and can be downloaded from the Cotton + Steel website.

It is so cool how she has used the selvedge in the piecing!

And of course not forgetting her trademark paw print signature.

Our second beautiful quilt was stitched by our teacher and friend Jenny Haynes. She has taken inspiration from a Double Drunkard’s Path block quilt block to create this striking design which is called ‘Five Impossible Things’.

The background print is Magic Forest in Midnight Metallic and I just love how the gold shines!

Jenny has created a no binding effect on the quilt edges which gives it a really clean modern finish.

The back of quilt is a great neutral contrast to the front and really shows off her exquisite quilting!

Painting the Roses

Our Queen of Hearts is wearing the simply stunning By Hand London Flora Dress in the Painted Roses in Orange Rayon. (This print also comes in a stylish black colourway). The rayon has such a lovely feel to it and do not fear, it is not as slippery to work with as you might think! I just used some finer needles to compliment when stitching, Schmetz Universal Needles – Size 60/8 worked great.

The full circle skirt on this pattern creates such a lovely silhouette and she looks so chic in our window!

Our little girl is wearing the super cute Merchant and Mills The Skipper Dress. How sweet is she! Fabric is Follow Suit in Orange Metallic.

I couldn’t resist making some paper roses from our paper flower making supplies. The Queen of hearts is not going to be happy with me… we had better get painting those roses red!

Painted flowers ladder

Paper Flowers

I hope you enjoyed reading all about our Wonderland displays. We would love to see what you have all made with the collection. Tag your makes with #thevillagehaberdashery. Happy Sewing!

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April Baby Quilt Club reveal!

We couldn’t resist doing a red, white and blue nautical bundle for our Baby Quilt Club members with all of the fun sea-worthy fabric in the shop at the moment! We love this trend and we were able to incorporate lots of different collections into the mix. If you love this bundle you can find limited edition extras here!

April 2017 Baby Quilt Club bundle from The Village Haberdashery

Clockwise from the top this bundle includes:

By the Sea Main in Navy by Dani Mogstad (Riley Blake)
Kona Cotton Solids – Copen (Robert Kaufman)
IntermixDot Weave in Indigo (Blank Quilting)
Kona Cotton Solids – Dusty Blue (Robert Kaufman)
Kujira & StarSchool in Salt Water by Rashida Coleman-Hale (Cotton and Steel)
Kona Cotton Solids – Iron (Robert Kaufman)
Little RubyBliss Dot in Red by Bonnie & Camille (Moda)
Kona Cotton Solids – Cardinal (Robert Kaufman)
Cotton and Steel Basics Paper Bandana, Add it Up in Bone by Alexia Abegg (Cotton and Steel)
Kona Cotton Solids – Snow (Robert Kaufman)
SS BluebirdYou’re My Anchor in Natural (Cotton and Steel)
Kona Cotton Solids – Indigo (Robert Kaufman

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New at The Village Haberdashery!

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Wonderland by Rifle Paper Co.

We could not be more delighted by the arrival of Wonderland by Rifle Paper Co. for Cotton and Steel! A few years ago, Anna Rifle Bond was asked by Puffin Books to illustrate the 150th anniversary edition of the classic novel Alice in Wonderland.

Wonderland by Cotton and Steel

The Wonderland collection brings her nearly 80 hand paintings to Cotton and Steel fabrics, including quilting cottons, lawns, cotton/linen canvases and rayons.

Painted Roses in Orange Rayon from Wonderland by Rifle Paper Co.

In this beautiful collection, Alice falls into the rabbit hole to a world of tea parties and enchanted forests, meeting a well-known cast of characters along the way. Find Wonderland in the shop here.

SS Bluebird by Cotton and Steel

The follow up to last year’s Bluebird line, SS Bluebird is a collaborative collection that puts a nautical spin and fun red accents into the mix of blue-hued designs. We just adore the prints we’re stocking – the letters, the apples, the anchor-heart print. They are all so much fun! Find SS Bluebird in the shop here.

SS Bluebird by Cotton and Steel

Black and White 2017 by Cotton and Steel

This year’s collaborative Black and White collection features neon pink accents and some of our favourite designs – retro roller skates, pink-cheeked cats and curious bears! Find Black and White 2017 in the shop here.

Black and White 207 by Cotton and Steel

Cotton and Steel Basics restocked

We have restocked our favourite Cotton and Steel Basics – Netorious and Sprinkle – and added the new Add It Up basic! These handy fabrics coordinate with the Cotton and Steel collections and are perfect for quilt projects. Find all of our Cotton and Steel Basics in the shop here.

Add it Up by Cotton and Steel

Sleep Tight by Sarah Watts

Sleep Tight is a gender-neutral collection inspired by what babies might dream about, and it features lots of cute animals and pops of fun colours. We’re especially fond of this large scale panel, which can be used for whole cloth quilts (the one below is from the Sleep Tight booth at fall Quilt Market) and soft toys! Find Sleep Tight in the shop here.

Sleep Tight by Sarah Watts

Brush Lettering Workshop with Emma Block

We are thrilled that Emma Block will be teaching her contemporary brush lettering workshop at our West Hampstead shop in 19 April! This class will focus on developing skills and learning techniques allowing you to grow in confidence and start to develop your own brush lettering style. We’ll start with exercises to practice making shapes, creating lines of different thicknesses and using different brushstrokes. You’ll then practice writing the alphabet, words and phrases with plenty of help and guidance on hand. You will be given a complete set of materials which you can take away after class, including guide sheets, a brush and a pot of indian ink. Plus you’ll learn how to photograph your brush lettering using just your iPhone to create a unique piece of digital artwork! Find out more and sign up here.

Brush Lettering Workshop with Emma Block


This week use code KONASALE10 to save 10% on Kona Cotton Solids. You must buy a half metre minimum per colour to receive the discount. Offer good until 28 March. Start shopping here!

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Be part of our upcoming Wonderland display!

Calling all Knitters and Crocheters!

To celebrate the arrival of the much anticipated Wonderland collection by Rifle Paper Company for Cotton and Steel (coming so soon!) we are planning a big Alice in Wonderland themed display for our West Hampstead shop and we need your help!
Wonderland by Rifle Paper Co.

We would love you to get your knitting needles and crochet hooks out and stitch us some tea party treats! We are looking for miniature cakes, biscuits, cookies, and tea cups, juice bottles…. you get the idea!

Crochet Cake Sachets Inseparable Cake

The only criteria is that they should be no bigger than 4 inches by 4 inches. Pick any colours you like – this is a great project for using up up your bits of left over yarn!

There are some great free patterns out there and you can find links to some good ones below. Or, of course, you can make up your own! Here are a few ideas to get you started:

  • For crocheters check out the totally adorable Crochet Cake Sachets by Normalynn Hood. The images that follow are from this collection!
  • For knitters we love Jean Greenhouse’s Tea Party Treats!

Crochet Cake Sachets Mini Cakes

Please drop off your finished goodies at our shop in West Hampstead or pop them in the post to us by 31 March (our new postal address is The Village Haberdashery, Unit 6, Hardy Building, Heritage Lane, NW6 2BR). We aim to reveal our displays at the beginning of April so we would love to receive your work before then if possible. But don’t panic – we can still add items to it if you don’t finish in time!

Crochet Cake Sachets Cat

Afterwards we will donate them all to The Children’s Society shop on West End Lane.

Have fun! And if you have any questions, contact us.

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The colour of the month for March is orange!

This month our Colour of the Month Club members receive orange bundles! Is there anything more delicious than these? Such a fun selection of happy, mouth-watering shades from bright orange to peach in tiny dots, checks and florals!

Colour of the Month Club Designer Stash Builders Bundle

Clockwise from top, this bundle includes:

Checkers1/2″ Gingham in Coral (Cotton and Steel)
Saturday MorningCinnabar in Red by BasicGrey (Moda)
Honeycomb DotOrange (Riley Blake)
Farm FunWire in Pumpkin by Stacy Iset Hsu (Moda)
Hop, Skip and a JumpDitsy Daisy in Tangerine by American Jane (Moda)
Remix – Ovals in Tangerine by Ann Kelle (Robert Kaufman)
Rhoda RuthStarlight in Orange by Elizabeth Hartman (Robert Kaufman)
Sew and SewApron Strings in Orange Fizz by Chloe’s Closet (Moda)
Desert BloomBlossom in Coral by Sherri and Chelsi (Moda)
ArchitexturesCrosshatch in Creamsicle by Carolyn Friedlander (Robert Kaufman)

Colour of the Month Kona Cotton Solids Bundle

Clockwise from top our Kona Cotton Solids  selection is Goldfish, School Bus, Orange, Kumquat, Torch, Nectarine, Flame, Tangerine, Carrot, Persimmon.

Want a hand-picked bundle of fabric delivered to your letterbox each month? Join one of our monthly clubs!

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A close up on our blue, orange and ivory vignette!

This vignette is my absolute favourite and it’s right in the front of our West Hampstead shop when you walk in, with a gorgeous antique mirror behind it looking like it belongs in everybody’s dream home! Again, it was one of those ideas that brewed for months while we waited to figure out when on earth we were going to get to move in. I knew we needed an upholstered chair in the shop, with a chunky knitted throw on top, and these pieces came together better than I could have dreamed!

Blue, red and white vignette at The Village Haberdashery

This chair is just so gorgeous! I love it so much. The plan is to upholster it in new fabric about every six weeks but it’s going to be so hard to let it go! It is an Ikea Ekenäset Armchair and the fabric is Daisy Fields in Blue from Trinket Canvas by Melody Miller for Cotton and Steel. The only thing that makes me feel better is that it is destined to be covered in Wonderland Canvas by Rifle Paper Co. next!

Chair upholstered in Trinket Canvas by Melody Miller

This chunky throw is the Montauk Blanket by Loopy Mango knitted up in Big Loop Merino in Ivory. It’s so great to have it on display because it really demonstrates what a show stopper this yarn is. We have kits for this blanket and they knit up in just a few hours!

Loopy Mango Big Loop Montauk Blanket

Our lady is wearing a Fancy Tiger Crafts Fen Dress in Checkers Gingham in 1″ Gingham in Navy from Cotton and Steel. It was super windy the day we had to take these pictures so we didn’t get the best shots, but this dress is so cute, so soft, and just going to be a dream to wear one day (by me, I hope!)

Fancy Tiger Crafts Fen in Checkers by Cotton and Steel

Finally we added a lampshade! These are a quick and fun make using one of our kits and this one is made up in Check It in Tangerine (sold out, sorry!) from Euclid by Carolyn Friedlander for Robert Kaufman.

Lampshade in Euclid by Carolyn Friedlander

Apart from the blanket on loan from Loopy Mango, the samples were all made by Kym!

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