Here's a few ideas we sewed up in Verbena. The Kabuki Tee by Paper Theory pattern was definitely on my mind when designing this print. I cut out a size 14 from one panel of Verbena. I like how the sleeves include a bit of the print. Verbena in Mineral on Pewter Linen Other ideas for garments you could make with Verbena: The Cheryl Half Apron, Pona Jacket by Helen's Closet, Cornell Shirt by Elbe Textiles, Haori Jacket by Wiksten, The Gyo Top by Merchant and Mills. A pillow cover is a fast and easy project to add a new textile to your home. With one Verbena panel (54"x54") you have enough fabric to make any number of cushions. Here's a tutorial for sewing your own cover without a zipper. Verbena in Juniper on Sage Linen A simple window curtain shows off this minimal print beautifully. We used a tension rod for a window in our narrow hallway. Verbena is also a great print for a shower curtain. Verbena in Artichoke on Ivory Linen Now that you're envisioning what to make with Verbena, don't forget it's easy to customize! Head to the order form and you can easily pick colors and base cloth options, as well as various lengths. (Need a refresher on how to custom order fabrics? Check out this post.) To shop in stock yardage, head to the Verbena collection.