|Sponsored| More than maybe anything else, our editorial team loves playing with fabulous fabrics and dreaming up what they could become. A great project starts with quality fabric; even better if that fabric is created in a sustainable way, like the selection of natural fabrics available from Sew Vintagely.
For this sneak peek, join Amanda Carestio, editor of Sew News and Creative Machine Embroidery magazines and co-host of Sew & Tell podcast, and Ginger Tatic, video producer for Sew Daily and co-host of Quilt & Tell podcast for some spring fabric inspiration.
Sneak Peek: Sew Vintagely’s Picks for Sustainable Spring Fabrics
Hemp cotton shirting, so-soft Tencel knit, vintage washed linen: these are just three of the amazing fabrics we got to play with from Sew Vintagely. Amanda worked up a sample of the Signature Box Top by THIRD BORN. Then, Ginger shows off her version of the Sew News Penrose Peasant Blouse. It was so much fun seeing what these fabrics could do!
From everyday wardrobe basics, such as linen, to special fabrics like colorful Swiss dot, Sew Vintagely has your wardrobe and fabric needs covered for spring. These fabrics were a joy to work with — and their durable nature means they’ll last for years to come.
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That concludes this month’s sneak peek installment. We hope you enjoyed learning about these fabulous sustainable fabrics from Sew Vintagely!