Sewing lovers will agree that entering a fabric store is like walking into an ice cream parlor. You get a rush when you see all the different colors and textures. And how do you decide?
Couple that with entering the store with your sewing-loving daughter and you have a ready made good time.
Triple that with entering the store with your darling not-yet-two grandson and… well, you can’t linger too long making decisions.
But… I wouldn’t trade the experience for anything!
We went to Zinck’s Fabric Outlet in Ligonier, Indiana.
So here was our haul…
This super soft double brushed poly could make great leggings!
I’m planning on making a blouse out of this pretty piece.
I want to make a coat, and I found this fun fabric to test my pattern on! I love the color.
When I’ve worked out all the kinks, I’m going to use these to make a 1950s-inspired coat.
And here’s Lydia’s haul:
These two are for some comfy joggers for Cory. (And maybe matching ones for Deacon!)
You can never have too many basic fabrics – the oatmeal will become a sweater, and the other two are great to have on hand for neckbands and such.
Lydia couldn’t resist picking up some fun fabrics for her baby GIRL on the way!
These last two are very soft – they’ll become leggings and a matching top.
We had a blast exploring Zinck’s. Highly recommend!