Hancock had some rayon challis prints, nothing spectacular but it made me notice I hardly ever see this fabric anymore. In high school, most of my sewing was with challis and I loved it for long skirts with just a bit of structure and lots of flow. In the fall, there were always some incredible prints in fall colors. I wore a lot of rust, brown, and cream back then.
Also did you know that Hancock carries an entire John Deere collection of cotton, fleece, and flannel prints? Um, yeah.
Gray-Red, Larkspur brushed plaids - English Accent collection
Grey-Brown, Purple-Black, and Black-Grey-Blue brushed plaids British Frenzy collection
At Jo-Ann's I fell in love again. They have two new collection of plaids, houndstooths, and tartans called British Frenzy and English Accent that are just lovely. I would want skirts, shawls (and I don't even wear shawls!) jackets, and maybe if I were feeling frisky, a pair of plaid cigarette pants.
Oh my, what the wardrobe I would have if I ever had the money, time, or motivation. Some day, some day...
Images: My own photo (from high school), Jo-Ann Fabrics