New Spring Fabric Arrivals from February

Lauren's round up of new fabrics beauties!

It's been an exciting month for new fabric arrivals here at g&g as we have started to receive more of our spring/summer fabrics as well as getting some old favourites back in stock.

So whether you are still looking for quick and easy cosy makes or starting to plan for warmer weather there is lots of inspiration to be had! Check out my latest Youtube video below for a round up of all the fabrics, close up clips so you can really get an idea of the texture and feel of the fabric, along with suggestions for how to sew with them!

All of the fabric I mentioned are linked below, or you can check out the very latest new fabrics in the Just Arrived section linked above.

Back in Stock

These super snuggly fleece back organic sweatshirtings are the thickest we have and are great for the cosiest jumpers, sweaters, hoodies and jogging bottoms!

The lovely mint viscose blended knit fabric has made a surprise return after we thought it had sold out for the season. It makes a really lovely jumper or cardigan - so cosy and warm feeling.

New colourways

We had added lovely new colours to popular ranges of fabric that we carry. The Tencel Modal jersey is so soft and silky feeling. It's very floppy with great drape so best suited to looser style garments.

The viscose linen was a huge winner last summer as it is so versatile for many projects from trousers, dresses, jumpsuits, tops and blouses. The higher viscose content gives it lovely drape and swish and the linen adds that lovely natural slub like texture.

The new rainbow of Mind the maker Thelma quilted water repellant fabric has really captured us here at g&g! The softer tones are so gorgeous and with the matching bias binding you can make a garment with a really professional finish. Use them for coat, jackets, gilets/body warmers or even hats!

Viscose Linen Prints

These pretty printed viscose linens compliment our range of plain viscose linens really well. They are super versatile too as they don't need to be lined and have a gorgeous drape, perfect for dressmaking.

Striped Cotton Linen Blends

These have become a classic summer staple here at g&g as they were really popular last summer. The cotton and linen mix offers more structure compared to the viscose linen so they are easier to work with.

Plain Tencel Linens

This is a new fibre combination with a mix of Tencel and Linen. The super soft fluid handle of the Tencel and the slightly slubbed texture of the linen is a great pairing for a classic fabric.

Embroidered cottons

These embroidered cottons are very delicate and pretty. Feature the border in your garment of the Sunflower fabric - it could be a hem or perhaps a ruffle. The cross stitch style cotton is really a really intricate all over design that would look great as a simple top or blouse.

Viscose Prints

The colours in these beautiful viscose prints will for sure have you dreaming of warm sunny days!

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