Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Fabric Review: Anna Maria Horner's Little Folks




First of all, I must say that I've never seen or touched cotton voile as soft and as silky as Anna Maria Horner's Little Folks collection!! And I thought I saw my share of voiles - obviously not. I haven't started any projects with the material but I do have a couple in plan. I love the fact that the voile isn't as sheer as most of the cotton voile I've seen. It's probably due to the rich colours used. This is the first time that I adore all colour palettes of the collection! I also love that the voile is 100% cotton and can be washed easily, without the need to send it for dry cleaning. It's breathable, it's beautiful and there's just nothing bad to say about it! Oh, except the fact that it's really pricey (at RRP $15USD/yard). But you get soft, silky, gorgeous fabric that absolutely glides against your skin. Dreamyyyyy..... If I had a baby girl, I'd love to make a little baju kurung with these lush voiles. I would definitely recommend you to add some to your stash!! For more insight on this wonderful collection, check out Anna Maria's blog. Now I'm anxiously waiting for her latest Innocent Crush. Lush!!




4 comments:

Mommy AdaMia said...

amal, i have both those fabric! the yellow one made into matchy clothes for myself and mia (tacky, i know, but i love it), and the pink sitting on my pile, waiting to be sewn.

i guess great (crafty) minds do think alike!

craft art journal said...

I can't believe you have the same fabric!! Matchy is definitely not tacky with amh's little folks. ;) Your projects are wonderful and I guess great minds do think alike :)

espi said...

Gorgeous prints!

craft art journal said...

Yes, espi, I totally agree! :)

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