My Experiences Dying Fabric (or, When Fabric Stores Go Empty And You Have To Take Matters Into Your Own Hands)

I don’t know how things are in your city or town right now, but here in Waco, the availability of decorator fabrics is dwindling. We only have two places to purchase decorator fabrics in this city — Joann Fabrics and Hobby Lobby. Well, we’re pretty much down to one now. The decorator fabric section in Joann Fabrics is almost completely bare, and the store here has gotten rid of its entire section of special order decorator fabric swatches, which used to be a pretty big selection. So we’re down to Hobby Lobby for decorator fabrics, and they never, ever carry fabrics in colors that go in my house. So my options at this point seem to be (1) spend hours online shopping for just the right colors, ordering swatches, and waiting for those to arrive, or (2) dye fabric to the colors I need. Since option 2 gives me faster results (and I have plenty of extra fabric in my stash), I decided to try to dye the fabrics I need for the new pillow covers in the sitting room. I was able to reuse two of the pillow covers I already had on the benches in that room because […]

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