January 29, 2010

KWID is in the House!

I stopped by Debois Textiles this morning to pick up the letter for their auction item for the Groundhog Day Party tomorrow night. They’re generously donating 20 yards of your choice of fabric from their collection. I will be accepting e-mail bids!

Naturally, I had my camera with me and took the opportunity to take some pictures of the newest fabrics that they have on display.

First up was a selection of KWID/Kelly Wearstler linens in some of her most popular patterns, including the best seller, Imperial Trellis, in several colourways.DeBois 12-29 007 DeBois 12-29 008 DeBois 12-29 009 I also found this gorgeous Barbara Barry linen.

DeBois 12-29 020 Debois Textiles 1-23 (86) I can’t remember the name of this one, but I love the colour combinations. DeBois 12-29 015 These make me realize that summer is just a few months away!

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If you are heading to DeBois on Saturday, pop me an e-mail and maybe I will be there at the same time! I would love to have the chance to meet you.

Also, I’ve put in a new tag called fabrics, so you can see all of the posts I’ve done in the past few weeks about this amazing fabric resource.


  1. Meg ever since you wrote that post over a week ago about your incredible fabric finds I've been thinking (dreaming actually) about them. I was hunting for some killer drapery fabric & having one heck of a time. What a tremendous donation and wishing you great success with the auction and your Groundhog Day Party festivities tomorrow!! x

  2. awesome post. her stuff is amazing! love the pics.....

  3. ooooooooooh fabrics! *drool* have a wonderful weekend!

  4. I'm working tomorrow, but think another trip to Baltimore is due. Thank you again for sharing such a great resource.

  5. Such gorgeous fabric! Do you know if they take phone orders and ship? I'd love to have a few of those! Actually, more than a few.

  6. I am drooling over the fabrics! So wish I could be there!

  7. You are my new best friend. Probably not my husband's though! I am born and breed Baltimore and had NO idea this place existed. I shall sneak away for an hour or 4 tomorrow to take a peek. I am getting ready to do some redecorating of my living room and new fabrics are needed!

  8. JL... I can tell you're not too far away! Same Zip! You will LOVE this place and it won't break the budget. I've not seen anything more than $10/yard.

  9. Lee... You can call them, but since there's so much fabric there, they have a hard time putting their hands to exactly what people want.

  10. I think I need to find a cheap flight, carry an empty bag, wear three layers of clothing and get to Baltimore.

    These fabrics are just too much for the Fabric Whore to stand!

    Just wonderful...

  11. Wowsah, M - those are goooorgeous.


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