Wednesday, November 16

Bänder, Borten & Co. .......Destash

One of my cabinets in my tiny home office is filled to the bursting point with all sorts of haberdashery ~ binding, piping, webbing, trims and notions of all kinds and in all colours! I've been sorting through it all, discovering a few things I didn't even realize I had. I've decided to destash some of the items I will probably never use, and I'll be listing these in my fabric shoppe soon!


Wie bei allen Leuten, die viel nähen hat sich auch bei mir über die Jahre eine Menge Kurzwaren und Zubehör angesammelt. Eines meiner Schränke ist bis zum Bersten gefüllt! Beim Aussortieren habe ich einige Dinge entdeckt, von denen ich gar nicht wusste, dass ich sie habe! Aber zuviel ist zuviel, und so werde ich mich von einigen Kurzwaren trennen und diese zu einem rabattierten Preis anbieten, z.B. Schrägbänder, Gurtbänder u. ähn. Wer auf Schnäppchenjagd ist schaut einfach mal in den nächsten Tagen im Lädchen vorbei!

I could really use an organized space such as this!..Ich brauche so ein gut organisiertes Zimmer wie dieses!




What else is new? Well, I received this gorgeous fabric from Amy Butler's newest collection called Lark. It's bohemian-inspired with Asian influences. The colours really pop. This fabric is destined to be made into tunics for my Peridot line.
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Was gibt es sonst noch Neues? Ich habe einen wunderschönen Stoff aus Amy Butler's neuester Kollektion Lark erhalten. Diese Stoffe sind bohème und asiatisch inspiriert; kräftige Farben und ungewöhnliche Muster zeichnen sie aus. Eines dieser Stoffe werde ich zu Tuniken für meine Peridot Linie verarbeiten. Die US Designerin habe ich im April diesen Jahres hier kennengelernt. Ja, das bin ich mit Brille ;-)

images courtesy of Amy Butler Design
And I also received a lovely set of romantic fabrics, one of which I'm currently using to make a sweet little clutch. Hope to show you some pictures soon.
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Des Weiteren habe ich noch einige romantische Stoffe erhalten. Ich bin gerade dabei einen davon zu einer süßen Clutch zu verarbeiten. Ich hoffe ich kann euch demnächst hier Bilder davon zeigen.

Take care!        Macht es gut!

15 comments:

  1. Hi Duni! Another great photo for us! Looks like a layout for a magazine. You will be selling those beautiful haberdashery? I thought you will be making something from them together ;-) I always admire your creativity. Wishing you a great day ahead (despite the cold weather there)

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  2. Your trims and ribbons look like a box of inspiration to me. I love fabric, I was lost in a beautiful fabric shop yesterday...lost in daydreaming. That space that you shared is gorgeous.

    Karen

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  3. Someone will be lucky to get their hands on that fabulous box of destash! Love that new fabric too, Duni. I have a great little studio, to work from, however it always is a terrible mess when I am creating!

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  4. Hallo Duni!

    Das "Problem" kenne ich zu gut, nur kann ich mich im Gegenteil zu Dir von nichts trennen.

    Vielleicht wenn mal kein Platz mehr da ist ... ;-)

    LG Melanie

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  5. I really like your new fabric - your tunics will be gorgeous!

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  6. Gorgeous ribbons! I can't wait to see what you make with your new fabrics.

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  7. I have a drawer that is overflowing with bits and pieces like that! Maybe I should destash too. The fabric will make beautiful tunics!

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  8. Love those Amy Butler fabrics. Can't wait to see your destash!

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  9. Such pretty fabric! I love that room! That place would certainly inspire me!

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  10. All that fabric & trims + new Janome = loveliness!! :)

    Don't you love those new machines???!

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  11. love those colors, I cant wait to see new items :)

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  12. How can you part with those...so many pretty colors! And I love Amy's new fabrics!!!

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  13. Lovely new fabric- can't wait to see that tunic. Wouldn't we all love that space to work? Wow- eye pop! I'll look out for your destash:)

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  14. I've done that before, cleaned something out and found things I didn't know I had.
    I thought you were going to say that the second picture was your work area. I would have been very jealous...lol

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  15. My gooedness Duni! Your photos look like they were done by an A1 professional photographer. Oh and BTW I waqnt to redo my entire housein whiteafter seeing thos incredible photos in your post below :)))

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