This weekend I checked out a small, independent fabric store in London, ON called Hyggeligt Fabrics. The store is tucked into a covered lane way where the shelves of vibrant fabrics glow through the window drawing you in. It’s a small space but they carry an amazing range of fabrics including Kaffe Fassett, Liberty, and designs from Moda and Cloud 9. The fabric is sold in lots of different ways, there are kits, jelly rolls, fat quarter bundles, off the bolt or smaller pieces packaged in irresistible shiny cellophane sleeves. After much deliberation I bought some cotton voile from Anna Maria Horner’s, Little Folks line that makes up into a scarf. This is not a shop you can rush through, it takes time to peruse and take in the multitude of colours and patterns and how they could work in different projects. The staff were really helpful in making suggestions and recommendations. I haven’t done much sewing lately but this place has definitely inspired me to A) finish my Kaffe Fasset quilt and B) to actually start one of the Amy Butler patterns I seem to be collecting.