Juliet Crepe Product Review (Sponsored Post)


I’m back today on the MinervaCrafts blog with a review for their John Kaldor Juliet crepe fabric. With 20 colours to chose, I had plenty to chose for my make.

To test the fabric, I chose to make the Solina jumpsuit from Breaking the Pattern book for the Named Patterns designers. It was fun making it, although the fabric is not the easiest to work with.

IMG_0582For more details and pictures of my thoughts about working with this fabric, please check out my post on the Minerva blog here.

I even had a little bit of fabric leftover to make a modified version of True Bias Ogden Cami. +3Vdl24aTfmzJgnlrkNBJw_thumb_1d50.jpg

Disclaimer: I was sent the supplies free of charge in exchange for an honest review. The opinions in the post are my own and not influenced in any way by MinervaCrafts and/or the manufacturers.

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