Sunday, June 25, 2017

Sunday Stash #390 Essex Yarn Dyed Homespun ~ Robert Kaufman Fabrics

Essex Yarn Dyed Homespun ~ Robert Kaufman Fabrics | © Red Pepper Quilts 2017
Essex Yarn Dyed Homespun 
by Robert Kaufman Fabrics
55% linen 45% cotton.
44 inches wide.

Essex Yarn Dyed Homespun is a brand new release from Robert Kaufman Fabrics. The fabric base is the same linen and cotton blend as the original Essex Yarn Dyed fabric range, however the Homespun range has a defined weave, more like a traditional shot cotton, adding both texture and interest. 

Essex Yarn Dyed Homespun ~ Robert Kaufman Fabrics | © Red Pepper Quilts 2017
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Oh my goodness! Look at that texture! The fabric is also lighter in weight and has more drape than the original Essex range. It is lightly textured but soft, and perfect for dressmaking, soft furnishing, and of course, quilting. Essex Yarn Dyed Homespun is available in a range of subtle shades ranging from black to a natural linen look.

Essex Yarn Dyed Homespun ~ Robert Kaufman Fabrics | © Red Pepper Quilts 2017
TOP: Pepper, Navy, Indigo, Charcoal, Scarlet.
BOTTOM: Silver, Limestone, Natural, Chambray

ESSEX YARN DYED HOMESPUN is available from:
I Love Fabric
Stash Fabrics
Fabric Worm 
Pink Castle Fabrics
The Fat Quarter Shop
Jones & Vandermeer
Urban Spools
Essex Yarn Dyed Homespun ~ Robert Kaufman Fabrics | © Red Pepper Quilts 2017
Colors from left to right:
Silver, Limestone, Natural, Chambray, Scarlet,
Charcoal, Indigo, Navy, Pepper
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Essex Yarn Dyed Homespun ~ Robert Kaufman Fabrics | © Red Pepper Quilts 2017
Essex Yarn Dyed Homespun
L to R: Charcoal, Indigo, Navy, Black.
Enjoy Sunday!
Rita

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1 comment:

  1. Wowie, very pretty fabrics.
    This would make a really nice light summer jacket.
    ....
    ..okay, yes, it would also work very nicely in a quilt or maybe even binding

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