bring it on

We don’t have the superbuzzy blog going just yet, so you’ll have to put up with some announcements here! We just got in some really great stuff, and it’s up and for sale. We didn’t do a newsletter this time, but we’re not trying to be sneaky or anything; we’re going to try to post new items to superbuzzy intermittently rather than all at once. We hope that takes some pressure off of our customers and also off of us!
So, there’s some great midweight fabric that’s ideal for skirts, jackets, tablecloths, tote bags, you name it!

How great are these elephants? I got some in orange, and I’m thinking about making a Japanese-style apron! Oh, wait, elephants on an apron=who’s the big elephant in the apron? Who cares, the elephants are cute!
And how about these trees. They come in a number of different colorways:

Any house hunters out there?

And late last week we added some nice cotton, folky fabrics. Kelly blogged about them here. Here’s just one example:
Cool border on the edges!
We’ve got more coming, including more bags from Shinzi Katoh, so stay tuned!

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9 Responses to bring it on

  1. chickengirl says:

    As I drool over these fabrics…I wanted to thank you SO MUCH for the tote bag tutorial. I made the bag last night and I was soooo excited! Your instructions were clear and easy to follow. Now I need go get more fabrics…let the addiction begin. 🙂

  2. Michelle says:

    The elephant print reminds me of the Babar books. All of them are lovely patterns, all the posibilities . . .

  3. justJENN says:

    God, I want all of these.

  4. Marianne says:

    Hey, I have a superbuzzy suggestion…and maybe this is in the works for the future. How about a “sampler’s club” or “fat quarter club” by subscription? People could subscribe and have a monthly fee debited from their CC, and receive a lovely mixture of Japanese fabrics in the mail each month…whether 6″ squares or fat quarters, or ?
    Just a thought! 🙂 from a customer who likes a little of everything.

  5. sara says:

    Ack! Stop it…I need to stop buying fabric!
    Btw, do you know when you might be getting the fairytale fabrics back in (especially the one with the hedgehogs)? I missed them the first time around but really, really like them!

  6. Betsy says:

    Me-Me-Me-Me I want elephants on an apron!!!! I love aprons, the more vintage the better. So do my little girls! Please post when and if you do make the elephants!

  7. Susan says:

    I love the fat quarters idea! I just got back from a trip to Japan where I visited a friend who lives in a smallish town, and he lives across from a crafts store! Since then I’ve gotten into making those Japanesey looking little quilted bags and coin purses and things, and quarters would be so perfect! I originally wanted to post, though, because you mentioned wanting to make a Japanese style apron from the elephant fabric. I love those aprons and want one too, but I just found out from my friend there that there’s a whole subculture of people who think it’s sexy for the girl to dress in just the apron, kind of like the Asian version of a French maid’s costume. Weird, right? I can’t say what I’d get out of that.

  8. LaurieTX says:

    I just adore these fabby’s! The elephants would be so cute on a little rug rat. 🙂
    How’s your finger?

  9. Cheryl Chapin says:

    Hi, I have a line of baby clothes and am interested in your fabric.. please email me.

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