Posts Tagged‘summer fabrics’

Your favorite fabrics from the latest collections in the new panel of Revival masks

revival mask panel

We launched a new mask panel that will surprise you. The REVIVAL mask panel is a flashback to our past collections, a small memory of the prints that you have liked the most during these 3 years. Includes 20 prints with various illustrations of animals such as crabs, foxes, lions, surikatas, cats, dogs, fish, and many more. Full of color and creativity to easily make masks for the whole family. They are ready to cut, sew, and brand new. With free patterns in different sizes and downloadable instructions HERE for the two patterns of the panel (darts and square pleats mask).…

Fall in love with the new fabrics we have included this season: vichy and muslin!

new fabrics

This season as we told you is loaded with new features, we present two new fabrics: Vichy and mousseline. Fall in love with these two amazing fabrics to the touch and sight! They add to our current catalog, where you can find the fresh and natural poplin, the comfortable jersey, the cozy summer sweat, the resistant canvas, and the waterproof fabrics. In total 7 natural fabrics, all of them with the STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® Certificate and a width of 145-150 cm. Get to know each of the new fabrics, their colors, and their fun designs thoroughly. NEW FABRICS Below…

Meet our first sewing pattern magazine Katia Fabrics spring / summer 2020: 30 patterns to make baby and children’s clothes and accessories

We are very excited to introduce you to our first Katia Fabrics sewing pattern magazine, inspired by the new AQUA Collection for the Spring Summer 2020 season. In this first edition, we have included 30 practical models to make baby and children’s clothes and accessories. Dress up the ones you love most with a unique and different style. Inside you find cool and comfortable clothes for the hottest seasons of the year, all of them made with our Katia Fabrics, designed by Katia’s team. To keep up to date with all the news and learn with our sewing tutorials, we…

New collection Katia Fabrics Spring Summer 2020: Discover AQUA the new sewing magazine and the 58 refreshing print fabrics

Get ready, the new Katia Fabrics Spring Summer 2020 collection is now available on the web. And it comes loaded with news that you will love. In the coming weeks, we will show you in more detail each of the fabrics and sewing patterns of this season. We are excited to introduce you to our first Katia Fabrics pattern magazine with 30 models of clothing and accessories for sizes from 12 months to 12 years. Within our current catalog of fabrics, we incorporate 2 new fabrics: Muslin and Vichy. The cushion panels were a success last season and this could…

Your sewing projects: Get inspired with our Creative room V

fabrics summer sweat bomber

Here at Katia Fabrics there is a lot of excitement. We have already launched our third collection and every day there are more and more people who want to sew. In fact, on social networks we find new sewing projects made with our fabrics and sewing patterns every day. There is a lot of creativity out there, and it takes shape thanks to these special fabrics, a sewing machine and your personal touch. We present Creative room V, a platform where you can check out a selection of the sewing projects you have made over the past few months. You…

3 summer fabric trends for sewing kid’s clothing. Dresses, dungarees and onesies are this season’s favourites

girl dress in jersey

The good weather is just around the corner! And today we are going to show you the summer fabric trends and key garments that the little ones will be wearing throughout the new spring summer 2019 season. Furthermore, in our new collection there is no shortage of vibrant, joyful, and above all, fun colours. When it comes to children’s clothing, one priority to keep in mind is comfort, so kids can have fun and play comfortably. The coolest and most comfortable materials and textures in our fabric collections are the jerseys and the sweat fabrics, thanks to their elasticity. But…