Happy #FabricFriday friends! Got any good plans for the weekend ahead? Mine started yesterday with a lovely wedding accompanied by glorious weather!
On the fabric front today I'm sharing my surprisingly big collection of double gauze. I say 'surprisingly big' because double gauze ain't cheap, but I've acquired it over time thanks to various sales and discount codes.
In case you don't already know, double gauze is two layers of gauze woven together. It comes in the coolest colours/prints and is the softest, snuggliest fabric ever. One of my favourite places to shop for double gauze is Miss Matatabi, but the postal charges from Japan can be pretty steep. UK shops with a decent selection include The Eternal Maker, The Village Haberdashery and M is for Make.
Due to the pricey nature of double gauze, most of my pieces are 1.5 metres or less...ideal for tops and blouses. All these years later, I'm still adamant that I'm going to copy Handmade Jane's Alma Blouse, and I also have the Datura Blouse, the Afternoon Blouse and the Scout Tee in mind.
What breezy top and blouse patterns would you recommend please?