The Magic of Fabric

by Brigitte Farrell

I’ve been a fabric junkie for as long as I can remember. When I was a kid, my Mom and I spent endless hours wandering the local fabric stores touching and draping the fabrics to see how they hung. We didn’t have much money, so we frequented the sale table and bought anything fabulous, even if we weren’t sure what we were going to make with it.

This year I’ve gone back to my roots of wandering fabric markets. In the past 3 months, I’ve rambled the halls of textile sourcing shows, mills and factories from the US to China to Paris.  I love the elegant drape and smooth finish of our Faceplant Bamboo® jammies but how much champagne can one girl drink? I mean, surely, there are OTHER fabulous fabric options out there, right? It turns out, when it comes to fabric, you have to MAKE the magic. In my travels this spring, I think I’ve found the elements, now we’re working on putting them together. Stay tuned my fellow fabric fanatics…. There’s magic coming your way in a few months.


1 comment


  • Astyork

    Brigitte, your passion for fabric shines through in your delightful blog post. It’s heartwarming to hear about your childhood experiences exploring fabric stores with your mom, and how you embraced the beauty of fabrics despite budget constraints.

    Your recent adventures in textile sourcing shows and factories across the globe sound like an exciting journey. Your quest for “other fabulous fabric options” is intriguing, and it’s clear that you’re on the cusp of something special. The dedication and enthusiasm you express are contagious, and I can’t wait to see the magic you’re conjuring in the world of fabrics. Here’s to the upcoming enchantment you’re bringing to fellow fabric enthusiasts. Looking forward to the next update!


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