FabricsOne of the fabrics I received is a really nice green organic jersey with little bmx bikes on it. The fabric is by Nosh and was given to me by Joyfits. Joyfits is a Dutch online fabric shop specialised in jersey. Marloes has something for everyone whether you like solids, stripes, dots or prints.
Nosh jersey I received from Joyfits, there are also goodies sponsored by Nosh itself, like the ribbed knit used for the armcuffs (and a mustard jersey, but I'm saving that one for another project). I've sewn with Nosh jersey before and I really like the quality, it makes sewing with knits easy! This ribbed knit was new to me. I must admit I never found a ribbed knit with a good stretch recovery, so I was a bit sceptical at first, but this Nosh ribbed knit worked really well. I definitely need to get more.
The blue knit I used for the stripe and the lining of the hood is from Mon Depot, a Belgian fabric The blue jersey of the hood is from Mon Depot, a Belgian fabric store. I've purchased this jersey there before.
Titchy Threads. Regular readers already know how much I love this pattern. Laura is also one of the Paris sponsors, I picked the cloud 9 swimming shorts and tank pattern, so I'll be tackling the challenge of sewing swimwear soon!
* I received these fabrics as a gift from our Paris Sew Social sponors. However all opinions are as always honest and my own.