Our Halloween costume contest winner! Sometimes there really is a humongous pink elephant in the middle of the room. Kaitlin is the bubblegum pink winner of Britex Fabrics Halloween costume contest. We love her floppy giant ears and perky proboscis.
Category Archive: Made by Folks at Britex
Never trust someone in a mysteriously veiled All Hallows Eve hat, ‘specially if they have that drop-dead pensive look; is she thinking about getting a grilled cheese sandwich for a rainy day lunch, or is there something more sinister on her mind? Kristin made this snazzy little number with Britex hat veiling, rhinestones, and a hat form from the 3rd floor, and spooky skull fabric from the 2nd floor!
Melody from Britex’s second floor made these finely festive autumn napkins for a friend. We love the attention that she took to turning the napkins mitered corners and the lush fall cotton fabric. Although we have sold out of this particular pumpkin-strewn style, similar fabrics are available in our second floor cotton department.
Kari and Jessica from Britex Fabrics created these spooky soft sculpture skulls and pumpkin heads for All Hallows Eve or Dia dos Mortos clips. They can be worn jauntily as a tiny hat or hair clip, or as a debonair boutonnière. The hat veiling adds a stylish and mysterious touch. These are available on the 3rd floor of Britex Fabrics. Please email M. Du Jour at Britex Fabrics, or stop by the store if you want to buy one of these fabulous adornments!
Here is Darlene from the 3rd floor in her candy heart dress. This sweet little number is made of a conversational heart strewn cotton print, has handy side pockets, and is wonderfully fitted. Darlene drafted the pattern herself and hand-picked the side zipper. We love how she added a rainbow scattering of bugle beads to beautify the zipper-line…this kind of detailing is what makes hand-sewn items so charming! Although we are out of the black heart fabric, Britex has bubble-gum pink heart fabric on the 2nd floor.
Please email M. Du Jour at Britex Fabrics if you want to buy this fabric.
If you wish another fabric, contact us through our fabric mail order department for detailed mail order assistance.
Here is Avery in another Britex Fabrics-inspired, and curiously debonair shirt and vest. Both are sewn from McCall’s pattern #2447. The shirt is populated with whimsical forest creatures in bright hues, and the waistcoat is made of pea green wool. This is just the thing to wear to the next way-too-gloomy poetry reading. Although we are currently out of this forest animal fabric, new wonderfully wacky cottons are always coming to Britex.
Kari, our all-around craftress on the notions floor of Britex made this brilliant sign highlighting Britex buttons, lace, sequins, and miscellanea. We love how she constructed the famous vintage neon Britex Fabrics sign, the Transamerica Pyramid made of trims, and the be-buttoned road to San Francisco, our own Baghdad by the Bay. Look for this sign on the 1st floor, and over the elevator.
Secretary made this loose top for her mother’s upcoming birthday. Her mother lives in southern Florida, and this will be perfect for those hot, humid days! We love the soft drape of this light-weight silk-linen knit fabric. This fabric is on Britex Fabric’s 2nd floor, is 50” wide, and $39.99/yard. We also offer a fabric mail order service and can ship to most countries. Please contact us through our fabric mail order department for detailed mail order assistance.
Eleanor is only 7 ½ months old, but she is already showing a dashing sense of style! Her mother, Kari, made her bespoke bib with attached sea-foam green bow-tie and matching pocket square, Maya knitted the dusty pink and cream scarf with cascading ruffles, and Kristin made her awesome nursery rhyme and gingham themed blanket. All fabric and yarn is from Britex Fabrics.
Alexa knit this bubblegum pink hat out of thick and cozy yarn from Britex’s 3rd floor. It keeps Kristin’s head warm even when the weather is spitting fog and chill. Kristin is also wearing an old-fashioned, lacy dropped-stitch cape made by her Great-grandmother Anna. Help! We want to reproduce this cape pattern; has anyone seen one like it in their knitting travels?