Two of my most hated foods: mustard and olives. Two of my favorite fabrics we’ve sent out for Fabric for Pirates (which are the last two we’ve sent): mustard and olive. I find that to be the most hysterical thing ever.
It’s the 15th of the month, y’all! Let’s talk about what we sent out for this month’s Fabric for Pirates!
We sent out such a delicious fabric this month, perfectly in sync with the fall season that’s heading our way.
Fabric info: Oversized Waffle
Material: 64% Polyester, 34% Rayon, 2% Spandex
If you’re ever wondering how you can turn yourself into a redheaded fall goddess, this. This is fabric is how. It’s so flipping amazing that I can’t even handle myself right now.
Just as a fair warning: if you have a puppy at home who is still a jerk even though she’s 2 and likes to jump on you…watch yourself (and your temper) while you’re wearing this amazing sweater at home around her. Because claws can grab between the loose weave so quickly it’s ridiculous. Maybe someone needs to come make my dog act right, haha.
In case you didn’t know enough about the Fabric for Pirates subscription yet — here you go
Sign up! Receive! Sew! We all love fabric, sewing and color… our goal is to deliver some amazing fabrics to you — of which you can turn around and make some amazing things for yourself, your loved ones, or your shop. Each month, you will receive 2-yards of knit fabrics (on varying bases) in the mail. Most of the time it will be a continuous 2-yard length, but we might surprise you with some coordinating prints from time to time too. The Fabric for Pirates subscription price is $30 and includes shipping.
You’ll get a fun surprise goodie included that we think most sewist would love along with videos, tips, and inspiration on what your fabric could be! One last treat in your monthly subscription is an exclusive discount code for you to use on any P4P pattern. So if your new fabric is begging for a new pattern you’ll have a coupon code to use! **Payments process on the 1st of every month.
I paired this month’s fabric with the Sweater Weather pattern from Patterns for Pirates. I know, I know. Shocking, right?
It felt like a reunion when I slipped my new sweater on. Seriously this pattern holds my heart in ways that it shouldn’t. Because I’m aware it’s just a sewing pattern. But it feels like we are connected in a beautiful moment of oversized sleeve, split hem goodness.
The Sweater Weather pattern is like “why are you so obsessed with me?” and I’m just like “hush, hush…just let it happen.”