I'm trying to talk myself out of or into tackling 30 yards of fabric that was delivered yesterday. It's some I ordered from fabric.com to make window treatments for my studio. I stumbled across this site a couple of years ago when I was looking for fabric to make a dozen napkins for a holiday meal. Their prices and selection are both better than anything I can find here, plus after $35 shipping is free, so are returns, and no tax is charged for my state. And...instead of getting 36-inch yards, they measure fabric at 37 inches. On my 30 yard order, I received nearly a whole yard at no cost. Yeah!!!!
I'm excited about it and I'm not sure I should start such a huge project right now. But....the fabric is awesomely beautiful and I love it and can't wait to see it up on the windows. When I saw it, I just fell in love with it and, best of all, it was only $3.50 per yard. It's a Robert Allen, which I knew would be good quality and I wasn't disappointed. The colors, for real, are a little more subdued. Not quite as vivid as in the link.
Click on this link
, then click on "enlarge image" to see the fabric. It's full of super colors and it will be nice and cheerful during the dreary months.
One window span is over 10' and there are two others that are about 4' each. That much area can eat up fabric fast and I ordered extra so I can make matching covers for my sewing machine and other equipment.
Once I get everything finished, Glenn won't be able to get me out of there.
Oops! I think I've talked myself into the project. Well, maybe a sewing machine cover or three.