Made in Antwerp! (+give-away)

May 29, 2017   /   bystraightgrainblog@gmail.com  / Categories :  Feeds

Right around my corner lives Véronique, designer behind the beautiful fabric brand Chat Chocolat. Last week, I made a Hoppe jumpsuit in a fabric from her newest collection, Let’s circle around.

I have never come across a softer fabric than this jersey (produced by Editex). The quality is nothing short of spectacular.

And it’s so pretty too. I love the salmon color, and the fine, gold details. I just had to make a matching bandana too (with this free pattern).

Véronique’s fabrics and the Hoppe pattern turned out to be a perfect match. And so, we’re giving away some packages: a Hoppe pattern + Chat Chocolat jersey fabric of your choice to make a Hoppe.

Visit us on Instagram and Facebook to find out how to win.

Good luck to all of you!

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