Aleph, bet, gimmel. This fabric design features the 22 letters of the Hebrew aleph-bet and three Jewish symbols: a dove, a Star of David, and a hamsa for good fortune.
When I started offering pre-printed fabric panels of this design in the SewJewish Etsy shop I announced it in the newsletter, but only when those panels sold out this week did I realize that I had never written a post to tell blog readers about them and how to order their own.
So, this post is to let everyone know that they can order these fabric designs directly from Spoonflower. It’s as easy as A-B-C, or Aleph, Bet, Gimmel.
You can choose from a wide variety of different fabric types:
- Woven cotton – Makes a perfect quilt topper for a baby or toddler quilt.
- Canvas or denim – For these heavier fabrics, a hem around the edges is all you need to make a throw.
- Fleece or minky – Finish the edges for a soft, cuddly throw.
- Gauze – For a set of baby wipe cloths in colorful Hebrew letters.
The full panel is a yard wide, so when you order be sure to choose a yard of fabric or a multiple full yards and not a fat quarter or half yard when selecting the size.
As I write, Spoonflower now has more than a dozen fabric types to choose from. To see the full range visit Spoonflower for one of the two color combinations: