Gnomeville by Michael Miller Fabrics

£3.80

Gnomeville

Michael Miller Fabrics

Sweet and adorable, these Gnomes at work and play will put a smile on anyone’s face, young, old and anywhere in between!

The colourful design by Michael Miller Fabrics shows a 35 – 38cm high of the little ones in their Gnomeville glory.  The rest of the width of the fabric shows white spots on a bright red background.  The pattern repeat is approximately 60cm (approximately 23.5 inches) so please bear this in mind when ordering.

Medium weight cotton fabric can be used for dressmaking, quilting, light use home decor projects, bags and more!

Ready to order but unfamiliar with fat quarters and long quarters?  No probs!  All you need to know is explained here.

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Oh fellow Thread Heads we are so happy to have found some of this fab Michael Miller design!  We *love* Gnomeville!  Is it a bit strange that we really like that you can see teeth on some of these little guys?  But that’s part of what makes this fabric so special!  It’s the details!

We’ve seen some adorable springtime children’s clothing made with this fabric, as well as a truly fantastic skirt for grown ups, too!  You could also make some great ‘I Spy’ quilts, children’s toys, PE kit bags and a pouffes for a little one’s bedroom or playroom with this design!  This is such an engaging print for children!  Also, it could make a really fun tote bag for an adult who is still a child at heart!

Manufacturer’s washing instructions:  Machine wash warm with like colours.  Do not dry clean.  Do not bleach.  Tumble dry low.  Remove promptly.  Use warm iron if necessary.

Thread Head Fabrics recommends you pre-wash your fabrics before starting your sewing projects as cotton fabric will shrink slightly when washed.

Measurement

Fat Quarter, Long Quarter

Fabric Manufacturer

Michael Miller

Fabric Theme

Babies, Brights, Children

Fabric Colour

Green, Red, White

Fabric Width

112 cm/ 44″

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