Where did you get that fabric?

It’s the #1 question our readers ask! Our #1 answer: Fabricworm. We may have been a bit remiss in the past about sharing with you fabric sources, so here is a recap of some of my faves and links to the fabrics! Go get ’em!

Fabric Silhouette Garlands: Paula Prass Summer Soiree Chevron
Quick & Pretty Make-up Bag: Joel Dewberry Lodge Lattice in Golden Rod (outside) and Joel Dewberry Antler Damask in Tarragon (lining)
10-Minute Onesie DressAmy Butler Sweet Jasmine in Navy
Smocked Sundress with Pom Poms: Anna Maria Horner Little Folks Voile Diamond Mine in Citrus
Business Card Holder:  Anna Maria Horner Oilcloth Forest Hills in Berry
DIY Burp ClothAlexander Henry Canyon Flutter in Pink
Crayon BagAlexander Henry Good Earth Poppies in Bright
DIY Strap CoverHeather Ross Far Far Away Unicorns in Blush
Swaddle Blanket:  Patty Young Flora & Fauna Hummingbirds in White

We love our sponsor’s shop Fabricworm so much we hunted her down and asked her to be a part of Prudent Baby, and lucky for us (and you) she signed on!  Let us know what your faves are, or any fabrics you are trying to hunt down, and we’ll see what we can do!




Thanks for the Fabricworm link. I'm a new sewer and I have been wondering how you guys build up your fabric collections. So far, I only buy fabric if I have a project in mind for it. Otherwise, even if I like a fabric-I have no idea how much to buy! Any advice?


Hannah – if you are totally in love with a fabric buy at least one yard. if i like a fabric for baby or something around the house i buy at least one yard, if i like it for clothing for me, I get two.


Jaime…. Will you please teach me how to properly sew if and when we move to LA??? I want to be able to make all of these fabulous creations for little Jolee!


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