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Sleeping Porch is the new collection of cotton lawns by Heather Ross featuring super saturated colours and Heather’s whimsical illustrations. Sleeping Porch is inspired by a single well-loved room in Heather’s house in the Catskill Mountains in New York.
These gorgeous fabrics are just right for dressmaking and quilting! You can find more stunning quilting inspiration like the image above in Heather’s quilt look book and find Sleeping Porch in the shop here.
Sarah York is the newest designer for Cloud9! Sarah’s work is inspired by the bounty of nature, ornament, colour, travel, textiles, and folk patterns. She likes to work in a painterly, hand-done style, finding beauty in the imperfect and unique. Frolic is her first fabric collection and it is printed on soft, lightweight organic cotton batiste that is just right for dressmaking! Find Frolic in the shop here and Frolic sewing inspiration here.
Kettle-dyed Maxima from Manos del Uruguay comes in the most saturated colours and is squishy soft! This worsted-weight yarn knits up like a dream in scarves, hats, jumpers and more. You can find Maxima in the shop here and find knitting and crochet inspiration for on Pinterest, Instagram and Ravelry!
The Fielder Dress and Top by Merchant & Mills is based on a traditional sweatshirt, featuring three quarter length raglan sleeves and inseam side pockets. Designed for woven fabrics, especially washed linen, and a ribbed knit at the neckline and sleeve cuffs. Find Fielder in the shop here.
Modern calligraphy is perfect for all! Its relaxed approach enhances your natural hand writing style to create a unique and beautiful lettering form that is totally individual. Led by Suzie Dicker, founder of luxury stationery brand A L’aise, this beginner’s workshop will guide you through making your first stroke to writing beautiful quotes that will be lovely enough to hang on your wall at home! Whether you are a bride-to-be wanting to learn so you can address your wedding invitation envelopes, or you are the creative sort wanting to learn a new skill; this class is the one for you! Our next class is Tuesday, 24 January, 6:30pm – 9pm at our West Hampstead shop and you can sign up here.