Little Roots Fabrics Round 11

If you haven't heard, Little Roots Fabrics will be closing up shop in a few months. I'm so sad to see them go, but I understand that this decision was tough but necessary due to health issues. That means if you see a print you really love, or even a past print, now is the time to order. There will be a big reprint round coming soon so everyone has a chance to stock up on any past prints that they need.

Round 11 is at preorder now and closes on April 21st. Order at

This round is full of fun prints.This one was my favorite! These Cameras are so cool! I love vintage cameras and have been collecting them for some time.

There are so many gorgeous earth tomes in this print, that it was so hard to decide on a coordinate. I found this lovely mustard sweater knit in my stash and loved how it looked with the Camera print.

This sweater knit came from Sincerely Rylee. They have great mystery boxes and I highly recommend them. I love using sweater knit and this is one of my favorite sewing patterns for it - the Shwin Carolina Tee.

The photo below is really an outtake. While I was outside in my front yard (my backyard is currently occupied by a pair of Mallard ducks), two squirrels decided to chase each other and one nearly ran into me. I saw them coming and went "Aaaaack!" as they ran close and I apparently hit the remote at the same time.

Since there were so many great colors in this print and I really couldn't choose just one, I decided to just make two tops.

For this one, I decided to use a rust colored lightweight cotton/poly jersey knit. I love how the Camera print really pops with the darker color.

For this top I used the Duck Butt Designs Offside Raglan and modified the body to be a-line.

Here's a look at the other great prints offered this round.

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The preorder is open through April 21. Order at

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