M&M Cottons, Farm Fresh Chickens, and more

Yes, you read correctly, chickens!

We have had a couple of fabric deliveries already this year, which you may have spotted on our social media channels. Plus printed cottons, and yarn dyed cottons.

M&M Block-printed Spots

Organic Indian Spot Cotton Olive

Indian hand blocked printed fabrics, that are 100% cotton and are a lovely weight for a a range of garments. Available in Indigo, Olive (above), and Raspberry.

M&M Alaskan and Indigo Snow

Alaskan Snow

A summer weight 100% cotton ikat weave from India, suitable for breezy tops, dresses and loose fitting trousers. Available in black & white (Alaskan; above), and indigo blue and white (Indigo.)

Pattern Suggestions

The snow, and spots, fabrics would work well in

M&M Louisiana European Linen

A beautiful large check washed linen in pinks, teal and raspberry red. Serendipitously all these colours blend beautifully with our Lithuanian washed linens. Let your imagination loose for this fabric, although there is only a limited quantity available.

Printed Cottons

Farm Fresh Chickens – Turquoise

We’ve had sloths, cats, and owls on fabric in the past—now we have chooks!! Farm Fresh Chickens (above) comes with a coordinating fabric, Farm Fresh Flower Buds. Hmm, now what could you do with these?

If you want something bright and cheery, try Colour of Character Rainbows. If you prefer a more neutral palette, try Little Whispers Kitties (yes cats again!) or Little Whispers Stars.

Yarn Dyed Fabrics

Arcadian Check Yarn Dyed Ivory

We are big fans of yarn dyed fabrics—where the yarn is dyed before the fabric is woven. Another bunch of these have hit the floor recently. There are two checks—beige/brown and blue/brown—both of which would be perfect for shirts, skirts and tops. Plus two dobby woven cottons—blue and ivory (above)—, that have small spots on one side and the yarn floats on the reverse.

Winter Fabrics

We are currently considering more colours of boiled wool for the coming winter. If you have any suggestions for colours please let us know. You can send us a message, call us, or drop in—happy to receive all your suggestions, though it may not be possible to act on all of them.