What to sew: birch and monaluna

The booths at the Spring Quilt Market in Portland that we visited a couple of weeks ago were so beautiful that we want to show you some of the exhibits a bit closer. They are a great source of inspiration and might give you some ideas of how the fabrics can look like when used to sew clothes and home decor. Many of the organic birch fabrics and monaluna fabrics that you see in the pictures below we already carry in our shop, e.g. the cute birch animal parade fabric used for the children’s blouse or the orange birch butterfly fabric used for the shorts. Others will still arrive in the next couple of weeks.

An adorable children's blouse and shorts made with birch fabrics

An adorable children’s blouse and shorts made with birch fabrics

A super cute children's tepee made with birch fabrics

A super cute children’s tepee made with birch fabrics

We love this two-piece in mint green made with birch fabric

We love this two-piece in mint green made with birch fabrics

Adorable birch girls' dresses

Adorable birch dresses for girls

A dress made with monaluna fabrics based on a monaluna sewing pattern

A dress made with monaluna fabrics based on a monaluna sewing pattern

Pretty monaluna handbag

Pretty monaluna handbag

Very colourful tuinica made with monaluna fabrics

Very colourful tunica made with monaluna fabrics

A wonderful monaluna dress

A wonderful monaluna dress

monaluna pillows

monaluna pillows

The monaluna fabrics used to decorate this children's bed look awesome

The monaluna fabrics used to decorate this children’s bed look awesome

Super pretty monaluna dress

Super pretty monaluna dress

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