Gone. All gone. Every fabric in this post has found a new home with a lovely Sunday School teacher of 9-yr-olds, who not only teaches her charges about kindness, love, and appreciation for their many blessings -- she bakes for them, too!! She recently rose to the challenge of creating worms in dirt cookies. (gummy worms stuck in a no-bake fudge cookie). an accomplished sewist who has recently gotten interested in late 20th Century fashions, she will give these a good home.
I shall be out of town this weekend, and so, there won't be any additions until Monday night. That gives you all 3 days to ponder which lots of fabric(s) you want.
Here are today's offerings:
Here are 2 pink polyester crepes, that each measure 1 yd X 44in. The Tea Rose is a lightweight crepe, suitable for lining, or a blouse. The pale pink is a tad heavier.
On the left is a Royal Blue polyester satin-weave. It is 2.5 yd X 60 in. With it is a lovely Rayon Challis. Wonderful fabric, just not my colour. It measures 3.125 yd X 58in.
Here is a nylon tricot suitable for nightwear, but then, could you get to sleep with this much bright colour staring you in the face??? I decided that I couldn't, so if someone wants it -- please help someone else and earn it. Look closely -- there are bright green frogs hiding amongst the flowers in 4 yd X 45in.
Lastly, (for the non) is a brown and yellow geometric poly print that is marked "Klopman Mills - 1970". It measures 3 yd X 45 in. I am offering it with a vintage polyester double-knit twill in Ivory that measures 7.5 yd X 45 in. This piece has some stains on it, but when I rubbed the worst one with mild soap and water, it came right out. I am confident that a good agitation in your washer will get all the stains out. You can't kill this stuff. Apparently.