Science Fair is the latest collection of science fabric from Robert Kaufman. Look at all of the scientists on this pattern!
Fabric Name- Science Fair SRK-18000-5 YELLOW (I call it Famous Scientists.)
Material- 100% cotton fabric
Background color- Yellow
Description: 19 scientists are featured on this black and yellow fabric. Each scientist is accompanied by the year they were born, and an icon representing some of their most important work. If you’d like to know a little bit more about each of the scientists on this fabric, read on.
Thomas Edison 1847 Lightbulb- He is known for electric power generation, and the invention of the light bulb.
Isaac Newton 1643 Telescope- built the first reflecting telescope, discovered the laws of motion and laws of gravity.
Richard Feynman 1918- shown with the Feynman diagram in quantum electrodynamics. He was a theoretical physicist.
Marie Curie 1867 Radioactive Symbol- A physicist and chemist who researched radioactivity. Continue reading “Famous Scientists Fabric”
Celebrating National Chemistry Week with Science Fair 2 fabric by Robert Kaufman.
National Chemistry Week is October 21 to October 27, 2018.
I am so excited to share this amazing new science fabric with you! The series is called Science Fair 2 by Robert Kaufman. The official name for this pattern is SRK-17929-205 MULTI, but I like to call it Chemistry Lab.
This multi-colored fabric contains scenes from a chemistry lab on a gray background. A flame heats a beaker on a ring stand, while liquids in flasks are distilled into other beakers. Single beakers, flasks and small tubes are scattered throughout the pattern. Colors include red, orange, yellow, lime green and sky blue.
I hope you enjoy this fabric and have fun during National Chemistry Week!
A unicorn themed birthday party.
This week I was honored to sew party favor bags for a sweet little girl’s first birthday! Her mom and dad were throwing a unicorn-themed party. I had the perfect fabric for them: Happy Little Unicorns by Robert Kaufman.
It’s a pink fabric with three different unicorns. One is standing up with a bird on it’s back, the second is laying down, and the third is jumping over a rainbow. There are flowers, rainbows and stars filling in the background.
The unicorns were spread out on this pattern. I had to carefully cut the unicorns out so that each bag had a unicorn centered on the front. It took some extra time, but it was well worth the effort. The parents were thrilled with the bags. They are putting a small framed picture of their daughter inside to thank their guests for coming to celebrate their special day.
I wish that little girl a lifetime filled with happiness.