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London Bridge Fabric

Koko Soldiers Fabric

I must make something with this. Check it out, so cute! Found it in the Britex blog.

A journal cover is what comes to mind, or a bag.

Any other ideas?

Posted by Living Crafts on Dec 18, 2010 01:48 AM | 10 Comments

10 Responses to “London Bridge Fabric”

  1. Mary G says:

    I love, love, love your magazine … thanks so much for hosting the giveaway over at WeeFolkArts … I’d love to win a subscription.

    Also, I’d love to talk to you about submitting knitting designs ….

  2. Katrina says:

    That is cute fabric, I thought of covering a little stool with it when I saw it. I also wanted to thank you for the generous giveaway at wee folk art.

  3. Chelsie says:

    Thank you for giving away your magazine on Wee Folk Art…I would love to be able to receive your magazine for some fresh new ideas.

  4. mags says:

    A journal cover would be great, or maybe a pillow with some red and white, or black and white polka dot bias tape trim!?( I’m a huge fan of bias tape!) or a small zippered pouch!? Have fun with it. I’m going to check out Britex now…..

  5. Oh, that is really cute fabric. I love Britex! Only one of my favorite places on earth.

  6. Shannon V says:

    Saw this same material on an Etsy store – they had made a zipper pouch out of it. Very cute.

  7. Sarah-Louise says:

    I love this print! I see this as a little drawstring backpack for travel.

  8. Thank you for keeping us updated. I really appreciate it Thank you.

  9. Lyon Hotels says:

    I am totally agree with your oppinion.I am going to point out to my girlftriend and ask what she thinks

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