It’s always such a surprise to me when it’s time to share the monthly fabric that we sent out for our Fabric for Pirates subscription! But here we are…it’s the 15th and I get to tell you all about what I made this month! Woohoo!
We sent everyone a super soft, super stretchy, super gorgeous Rayon Viscose Crepe Slub Knit in a cobalt blue and I’m obsessed. We actually sent this same exact fabric base back in May 2021, but that time around was in a “Judy color” and this one is definitely a “Katy color”. Isn’t it stunning?
Here are the specifics:
Rayon Viscose Crepe Slub Knit
Width: 58/60″ GSM: 190.00 Material: 97% RAYON 3% SPANDEX
If you’re curious about the design I applied to my tee, it’s my own. I’ve had it in my head for a while and felt like the colors would go perfectly with this fabric. I was right, it did!
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.
No one is surprised that I used the Favorite Tee for my creation. Honestly, I had my heart set out on making a dress but Louis wanted a tee, so I sacrificed some of my fabric and changed my sewing up for my own. Worth it.
What would you have made with this stunner of a fabric?