Ebay Fabric Obsessions

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Is anyone else sick of all the playoff/bowl games that have been on TV over the past few weeks? I honestly don't mind watching the occasional football game with teams that I actually know and care about, but to watch game after game (after game) is not my idea of a good time.  So whilst the husband was alternately cheering and cursing at the TV, I made good use of my time by doing a little cyber fabric stalking, ebay style.  Have you tumbled down this rabbit hole yet? If you haven't,  you're missing out on some good stuff.

Like Brunschwig &Fils "Kyoto"  Completely lovely, super affordable, and there's enough to make a few pillows.


Or "Chinese Peony" from JP& G Baker, priced at just under $30 per yard. It's a polished cotton chintz in a gorgeous mint green.



Are you on the blue & white bandwagon? Here's a fabulous print you won't see all over town.


I love this one.  Don't judge.  

Or what about Cowtan & Tout's Bloomsbury. Ultra-feminine and old school, but everything in moderation right?


Trust me, this is only the beginning.  And while we're on the subject of shopping, guess who's going to Scott's Antique Market??  Super excited!!!  I haven't been to Scott's in about 4 years so I'm really looking forward to the entire experience.  It's always so fun!  Look for lots of pictures on my Instagram feed.  

Happy shopping everyone!

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14 comments:

Kim said...

Beautiful fabric options!! No judging!! Have a ball at Scott's ... cannot wait to see what you find!! xo

sharon smith said...

Great! Another new rabbit hole to stumble down. Just what I need. Actually, I do need it. Who wouldn't like to score on some great fabric for pillows? And you don't have to drive! (That's a big thing here in LA), or park no less. I'm in....
Sharon

Fran said...

So funny you posted about this, b/c I've been on an ebay high lately. The other day I just purchased 1.5 yards of Colefax and Fowler bowood in the grey/green color way!! Love it!!

Patty Day @Pattys Epiphanies said...

Have fun at Scotts! It's an EVENT!
I never would have thought of ebay for fabric! Interesting.

My Interior Life said...

I love a little feminine fabric here and there. Love these. And I am SOOO jealous you're going to Scott's. It's been way too long since I've been. You're lucky you're so close to Atlanta!

Rebecca { MyDarlingHouse} said...

I can get sucked in to ebay for hours! I like to tell myself I'm "working" when I do it, like market research :) Love that blue and white fabric!

Heather Peterson said...

soooo pretty!
There has recently been a vintage chintz explosion at my local fabric discount warehouse. I've been meaning to post them forever!

Carrie @ Cosy Carolina Interiors said...

This is the year I learn to sew so although I have not yet tumbled down that rabbit hole, I think I'd like to do it soon. :)

stephanie at Stephanie Kraus Designs said...

I never look on ebay for fabric. lesson learned. am going right now.xo love your finds:)

Carol@6WilsonBlog.com said...

Can you imagine I never think to do that? Thanks for the reminder

Teresa Hatfield ~ Splendid Sass said...

Great fabrics, Kim! Love the hot pink!
Hope that your trip was fun to Scott's. I saw a few things. You did good.
Teresa
xoxo

SHERRY HART said...

You always find such great vintage fabrics! Excited you went to Scott's…I was there on Thursday for a few hours but it is Mart week so that is where I spent Friday and Sat. Can't decide where to go today:)

Elizabeth @ The Little Black Door said...

I want them all. Floral, I can't get enough of floral.

Holly said...

I need to start checking out ebay for fabric - these are all so pretty. I also saw your link at the bottom to your post from last year with the 5 1/4 yards of that beautiful fabric. Did you ever find out the manufacturer of that one? It's so pretty.