I’m presently in the midst of a closet purge and I was planning to share that process with you today. However, in the midst of filming there was a little mishap. While I sort the issue out, I decided it might be fun to show off some fabrics I have my eye on and some ideas I’ve been brainstorming for my webdrobe.
Black Cobweb Venice Lace Trim
I am very excited for this lace. I want to trim everything with it, starting with this Victorian-inspired jacket. It might not be so much for my every day closet, but I think it will compliment beautifully.
Blue Spider Web mesh 2-Way Stretch Fabric
This fabric has such a pretty sheen to it. I’m excited to work it into the skirt of the Victorian jacket above as an overlay.
Spiders & Cobwebs Pinstripe Cotton Fabric
I have been eyeing this pinstripe fabric for quite some time. As you’ve seen before, I am a sucker for pinstripes. Can you blame me?
Spider Web Power Mesh 4-Way Stretch Fabric
I want to make all kind of things out of this fun mesh fabric, but I think it would be especially fun layering with orange tulle and turning into a poufy twirly extra full circle skirt.
Embroidered Spider Lace Applique
I have wanted an excuse to play with appliques. I have stumbled across some really beautiful ones. Don’t you think this one would look adorable on the shoulders of a leather jacker?
Bullet Textured Spider Web Knit Fabric
I’m still not set on what exactly I’d use this for. I feel like it would make a perfect summer top with long sleeves to protect from the sun. The fabric looks really breathable, which would keep from overheating with the longer sleeve.
Spider Web Garden Cotton Fabric
I feel like this fabric screams tiki vibes. Tiki vibes translate to casual lounging. Which in turn equals…caftan!
Thin Translucency TPU Fabric
I’m very excited about this project. Inspired by our visit to Winchester Mystery House in April, I want to make a dress based on Sarah’s gorgeous cobweb windows.
What would you use these fabrics and trimmings towards?