Two questions; 1. Where did you get it from, because it is divine, and ...2. What are you going to do with it?:)
i love it too. that would have been too hard to resist.
oh! too cute, ali!(kirstencan.typepad.com)
OMG I luvre that fabric!! Rasp already asked but I'll ask again- where and what!??!?!!
Oh, definitely worth it.
Small shop in Bath (on Walcot Street) whose name escapes me and does not have a website.Now what am I going to do with it? That's the biggie. A runner with part of it. And the rest? Probably just stroke it from time to time.
Oh, very cool fabric. I would have bought it too.
Hi Ali!!! OH MY!!! Completely IRRESISTABLE indeed!!! I wouldn't have passed it up either!!! A runner would be grand... and maybe a pillow??? Definitely use it to it's potential... what a fabulous find!!! Thanks for sharing!Lala :o)
Oh you lucky little Ali. Yes, maybe even worth an iron.
The pattern is so obscure, it would probably make a very good New EU flag! Are you sure you've photographed it the right way round?
Oooh lovely ... my mouth is watering at that gorgeous fabric.:-) x
ah fortune, schmortune.It's all relative. I mean, THAT is some very cool stuff!
Such cute fabric - can't wait to see the pics when it is made up (and ironed!).Cathy
Oh isn't that beautiful. What are you going to do with it. Can I have it when you have finished?!!
Heaven! Off to order the Father Christmas book...:-)
iron?.. what is this iron? newfangled machinery? or perhaps a traveling contraption?
Love the fabric!! Where did you find it? Is it available in the USemail@example.com
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