Volksfaden Fabric Inspiration

I've been dying to get my hands on some fabric for Spring and though I have no clue what I'll do with any of it I went on a bit of a spree a few days ago online at Volksfaden. This is a web-based shopped owned by an American living in Berlin and so that is where I usually go for fabrics when I'm looking for ones from American designers. I guess I needed a little fabric fix from the mothership. Here are the ones I had to have... they made me feel so Spring-y. And I'm on the whole chevron bandwagon with the rest of the blog world, so of course I needed to add a few of those to the pile. Here's a glimpse of what was inside of my little magic package that arrived in the mail today. Spring in a box!

Bring Spring!

I'm sure I missed some, but you can have a look around the Volksfaden site to find some favorites of your own. If you live in Germany, or the EU, this is a great way to get fabric from the states I think as shipping can get quite expensive if you're ordering a lot from outside of the EU.

Bring Spring!

8 prints in blues, greens and yellows. So fresh and ready to be transformed in pillows. I'm been dying to get rolling on some of my Amy Butler patterns.

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These remind me of the coast and I imagine how nice they'd look on a covered balcony or patio.

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I like these patterns because together, they remind me of a sweet little baby. Many of my friends are pregnant or have little ones and when I added just a few cute accents to the mix I noticed how perfect these patterns really would be in a baby's room.

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The wavy pattern is so versatile, it goes great with almost all of the patterns that I purchased.

Bring Spring!

I dream of someday owning a new pale blue or white Fiat. I'm just crazy for them. I love the vintage ones too, but I think a new one would be better for weekends up on the coast. My neighbor has a pale blue fiat and I have had my nose to the window more than once inspecting the interior. :) Last year I bought myself a toy Fiat that I display in my cabinet as a reminder of my dream. And aren't these sweet prints so playful, I just adore the mini trees and the kids with the umbrellas.

(images: holly becker for decor8)