there are 4 options on ebay at the moment I searched for sheer black dot fabric (or if you paste the link below in it should take you to the page
http://shop.ebay.com/items/?_nkw=sh ... odkw=black+dot+organza&_osacat=0
I'm looking for white / ivory sheer fabric with a dot for my flower girl dresses and haveing the same prob!! let me know how you get on, good luck
i need help fixing a burn hole by a cig can u help me please.
Editor's Note: Get some iron on patching material, the thin kind. Cut out around the burnt part in a circle and cut a circle out of some material near a seam or out of the hem. Place the material in the hole and make sure that it is positioned properly. With an iron, iron on the patching material on the back.
Another way is to take matching thread and weave it over the hole, back and forth and then back and forth the other direction so it matches the weave of the fabric.
I'm reading you copied all the numbers and letters from the url and hand typed them here if I'm understanding you right. Here's an easier way for those less computer skilled.
Once you get to the page you want, to go the URL line or address as it's called and click on the end of the line till it's greyed out, then hold down Ctrl/c, this will copy it to your clipboard, then go back to where you want to paste it and hit Ctrl/v and it will make an exact copy of that URL anywhere you want.
Gluck finding your fabric!
Hi, Bev and other sewing friends!
I am the owner of the Memoryworks on-line store. Yes, I do have a great piece of 1950's nylon tulle in white with pink flocked polka-dots...very retro!! The piece is in excellent shape and measures 45 in wide by 3 1/2 yards long. The price is as descrbed.. I hope to hear from you...Cheers, Rose
I remember being a desperate teenager who used to sew my dresses. If it was me I would experiment with a plain tulle and creating the polk a dots myself with different methods like stamping them on with fabric paint or making a template and spray painting the dots on. I hope you get something to work. I look back on those situations fondly because they really taught me how to be creative!
Here are a couple of sources: http://www.joann.com this is a fabric store in the USA. Look under Prom 2005 for "caviar black organza". Ebay is also an excellent place to look for fabrics. Good luck and have fun sewing!
I see what you mean about how hard it was! THought I'd just pop around and find you something and after 2 1/2 hours I only found one. This is the link http://www.memoryworks.ca/detail.ph ... ESSID=6a4033ed1b6b592d576d9917bf11bc (wow that was a mouthful) I tried to nail it to the exact detail screen so you wouldn't have to search around. If I wrote it down wrong, which is entirely possible with all those letters and #'s, then go to the main page of memoryworks and go to tulle.
Here's the quick run down - it's Sheer white tulle with flocked pink polka dots, it's a vintage fabric in excellent condition. No holes, tears, stains, odors. $36 USD. The item is located in Canada and would ship from there. It measures 45" x 3 1/2 yards.
Well I hope this is what you were looking for. GIve my best to your daughter and tell her I said to be safe and enjoy herself.
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