100 useful things to do with melin tregwynt fabric
18 March, 2009
I thought I would show you some more of the amazing things that people have made using our fabric.
These jackets, waistcoat and cap were made from our spice multicheck blanket fabric by a Japanese company called ThisisFew for their Melin Tregwynt 2008 Winter Collection. I’m sure that the winters are very cold in Hokkaido but this combination would keep you very warm indeed. The model on the right looks as if he’s realised the early September may be too soon to wear this outfit.
Looking at the clothes above, I was reminded of a photograph one of our visitors to Pembrokeshire sent us of an alternative use for purchase he’d made earlier that day. The picture is taken at Strumble Head about three miles away from Melin Tregwynt.
Despite the obvious sunshine it was winter and very cold and blustery so he took our teacosy out of its bag and used it to keep his head warm.
I’ve lost his contact details, so if anybody recognises this resourceful gentleman, please let me have a name so I can let him know that his fashion flair and inspiration has not gone unrecognised.
Again on the subject of things that other people have made from our fabric, these are some very sweet lavender scented hearts made by Clems Daughter and despite the missing apostrophe I think it’s a really nice site. We make hearts ourselves but I like the delicacy and the string bows add a nice touch.