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Gingham is a timeless fabric that has been popular since it's creation. And it's easy to see why! It looks great in whatever design it's used, it's washable and it's durable. Gingham originally included solids and stripes, but for most of us today, gingham is synonymous with checks. And, one of the appeals of gingham today is the range of check sizes available. Depending on your pattern and the look you're going for, you can choose small, medium or large gingham checks. It's fun to see the difference in the same Everyday Tank pattern with the two different sizes of gingham prints. They both work so well!


The small gingham in this tank is from Amy's new line of fabric, Stitcher's Garden for RJR Fabrics.  A medium size check from Cotton & Steel creates a classic summer look for the second Indygo Junctions Everyday Tank featured here. They both would be so lovely with a sweater to span seasons too!


coral-everyday-tank     orange-every-day-tank



This large check,  also from Cotton & Steel and worn by Amy in Michigan with her son, creates a dramatic feel with a timeless print. The modern silhouette of  Indygo Junction's Essential Shift Dress suits this fabric perfectly.




And Indygo Junction's Alphabet Applique lends itself to featuring these prints in a more vintage heirloom way


alphabet-applique   windmill-gingham 


And the tiny gingham is the perfect fabric for these Patchwork Pincushions.




The Fabriflair Brio Sphere and bowl gets a gingham makeover with Stitcher's Garden.




Want more gingham?




Amy's new Stitcher's Garden line of fabric from RJR Fabrics has gingham in several colorways and a few sizes too. You can look for it online and ask for it in independent fabrics stores. If you'd like to read more about the history of gingham, jump over to my Vintage Made Modern Gingham post on AmyBarickman! Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save

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AmyB on

We are excited to say our new patterns come in sizes from XS to 3X!

Jenobeba Hoover (Jenny) on

Have you ever thought of plus size patterns. I love your stuff but I don’t wear your sizes

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