What better way to mark International Literacy Day than with fabric? Here is a small sampling of the more than 20 pages that resulted from a quick search for “words” and “text” on FabSearch.net. There’s plenty more–cotton with coffee-themed words, sewing-themed words, Dr. Suess text and newspaper print.
1. Gray Tangled Threads by Red Rooster, at Craft Town Fabrics 2. Save the Planet by Fabri Quilt, at Completely Quilted 3. Limeade Sunkissed by Sweetwater at Sweet Pea Fabrics4.Teacake Flourishes by Holly Holderman for Lakehouse Dry Goods at The Quilted B. 5. American Heroes Collection by Robert Kaufmann at Fabrics Galore 6. Hasbro Scrabble Tile panel at The Stitch Sanctuary
How have you used text-based fabric? In a quilt or a messenger bag? We want to give you the chance to get creative, so we’re giving away texty fabric! Tell us how you use fabrics with words in your projects –and include a link to a photo if you have one you’ve already made– in the comments below and you could win a layer cake of Moda‘s brand new circa 1934 by Cosmo Cricket. Adorned with nostalgic black, red and cream letters and numbers, along with a variety of prints, you’ll have plenty of fabric to make something fun.
What would you do with it? Tell us by Sunday, we’ll choose a random winner on Monday, September 13.