I am not sure if i am the only person to find this frustrating, please when you post up new patterns could you list the fabric suppliers for the sample that is pictured, often in my case the sample picture is what first attracts me, I have just spent 2 hours trying to find a brushed mohair to make the 102 jacket and can not find any at all on the net and none in my local fabric shops that are really quite good all told.
I think you do this in your magazines. it would be so helpful to people (me LOL) if this could be done. some times the photos are so lovely you want to make that actual item in that fabric, not just use the pictures as inspiration and a kick start to my huge imagination.
thank you thankyou if you can!
Thank you for this information, I’ll use it to repair my pants. Thank you
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