Link Tuesday

by Erin on March 29, 2011

Some links, for Tuesday:

Wonderful article by Moya Stone about Stonemountain and Daughter Fabrics in Berkeley. (If you're local to the Bay you should add Moya to your RSS list …)

Orange Bunny Fabric. Thanks to Allison for the link. Wait, why are you still reading this? Didn't you read the words ORANGE BUNNY FABRIC?

Oh, so you don't like bunnies? (That's un-possible.) Maybe you like bicycles? Okay, here's some Michael Miller bicycle fabric.  

This cape. I like it. (Thanks to Michelle for the link!) I also love this category.

Cool new Kickstarter project for a program that turns drawings into dresses! We live IN THE FUTURE, people. (Pledge $25 and get your own Continuum pattern & instrux.) [Thanks to Paul S. for the link.]

Wear the Shift — makes the same dress style in multiple fabrics for women of all sizes. I think I'm in love — thanks to Luci for the link!

This is either the apotheosis of wackaloon, or brilliant comedy. Not sure which.

{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

Renee March 29, 2011 at 6:11 am

The gleeve appears to be the modern day version of the sneed from Dr. Suess’s The Lorax. Thanks for the link!


Renee March 29, 2011 at 6:30 am

Oops, that was a thneed, not a sneed. Sorry, I looked furiously, but couldn’t find our copy of The Lorax. Cheers!


salwar kameez March 29, 2011 at 1:11 pm

i am a fashion designer and i liked your unusual and impressive dress collection.


trashmaster46 March 29, 2011 at 5:42 pm

I’m not so sure about orange bunnies, but I rather like the pandas.


LuciMcKean March 29, 2011 at 7:13 pm

Erin, I *knew* you’d dig WearTheShift!

A whole bunch of my friends of all different shapes and sizes have ordered their dresses, mostly made from vintage- or vintage-style fabrics, and I’m looking forward to seeing all the incarnations … and eventually getting one custom-made for me, too! Geez, the opportunity to have a dress that fits *exactly*? How cool is that?!


Shay April 2, 2011 at 5:36 pm

I vote for apotheosis because how often do we get to use that word?


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