I have an all time favourite fabric. I've loved it for years. It's a shirt weight swiss cotton in the most wonderful red that can also read as a pink, depending on what you put it with.
I've used it in quilts, and in Townmouse ranges past. It's frightfully expensive so most of the time I've used it sparingly - to trim a neckline, for example.
I've even tried to have it replicated by a shirting fabric mill in Turkey. But they couldn't match the perfect colour.
Now I'm left with only the smallest remnants in my stash. No piece is too small to keep for a future applique, quilt block or trim.
I had just enough to make this dress for Adelaide. It's a size 0, so will fit her this coming summer. I have a little ruffled bikini bottom in the same fabric that she can wear under it to cover her nappy.