Monday, April 26, 2010

$5 Floral Fabric Find

How many fs can I put in my blog title...

I thought I would kick off your week with a heck of a fabric find if you like florals...


This fabric is called "Basquiat" by Robert Allen and is the "Patina" colorway...I adore the muted palette of aquas, whites, golds and greens and I think the large flowers make the pattern feel a little more modern and less grandma. I think this fabric would make the most divine curtains...

And the best part is that you can actually nab the needed yardage for curtains because the fabric is $4.98/yard! Of course I wanted to snap up a bunch of yardage at that price but I'm trying to control myself, as I have nowhere to use it...and that has not stopped me in the past, but I'm trying to be good  and not add to my piles of fabric here at home :)

So the next best thing is to share with you...

And there is this gorgeous colorway called "Teak"....so rich...


Happy Monday!

8 comments:

  1. WOW! Love it and want it! Wish I had a place I needed it. I could easily become a fabric hoarder if I'm not careful. Good find!

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  2. Daniela, beautiful love the 1st colorway.What a buy!

    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  3. This would be so much fun on a big pillow! The first color is my favorite. Happy Monday!

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  4. wow. thats a steal! would love that on a chair. pillow etc. hope you had a great weekend sweetie.

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  5. so pretty and amazing price--I would buy lots and use the fabric as curtains!

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  6. LOVE that first one. I just ordered a swatch of it (and a bunch more from that site)! Good find!

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  7. Very pretty. That first colorway totally reminds me of a fabric Sarah Richardson would use (and base an entire room off of). Hope you had a great weekend, Daniela!

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  8. Just bought 2 yards at full price and then found this. Looks like its sold out, but what a bummer. For the price I paid I could have purchased 8 yards. Oh well, you win some you lose some. Love the print though, and yes averil, its very "sarah richardson."

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