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Moody Monday: Fairyville by Heather Rosas

January 27th, 2014 by Camelot Fabrics

Hi everyone!

 

 

 

Happy Monday! How was everyone’s weekend? The weather here was pretty mild, but the snow started to come down last night and it is officially a blizzard out there. We definitely have had our share of a winter wonderland here now. Very cold, very windy, and very white! :) Oh – have you entered our Iconic Giveaway yet? Let us know what you think is the most iconic, hopeless romantic moment to enter!

 

To start off this week, we’ve got our Moody Monday for you all. Today we are sharing with your our Fairyville by Heather Rosas moodboard. We could use a little sprinkle of magic dust from the weather fairy!

 

Our Fairyville collection is absolutely adorable – a super sweet, frilly, and girly fabric collection full of magic and imagination. This collection features little fairies living in their tree and apple houses, amongst their animal friends. Oh, how darling right?

 

The colors are pastel and soft – a mix of delightful greens, pinks, and yellows – making the collection very pretty and airy. It would be the perfect collection for a girl-themed, whimsical room or for the loveliest dress for your fairy-in-training! Check out the full collection here. As well, check out our new Fat Quarter Bundles on our website, which includes our Fairyville collection! :)

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One trend that will be especially big this coming Spring 2014 is anything whimsical, whether it be bold floral prints or fluttery tulle skirts, that we drew from inspiration for this week’s Moody Monday. A collection that we were gravitated towards was Mary Katrantzou’s Spring 2014 Collection. There was a beautiful mix of earthy & extravagant patterns and silhouettes from this collection, but we especially adored the splashes of floral color, ruffles, and contemporary silhouettes.

 

Each of the dresses gave a very ethereal and pretty feel, while still being modern in its fit and style. If a fairy were living here in modern times, these dresses would definitely be what she would wear. Yes, we believe!! You can check out all the fantastical dresses here. Thank you so much for reading today’s post, and we hope you have been inspired :)

 

 

 

Happy Sewing!

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