I have a collection of crosshatch fabric.
Maybe it's my fine arts background, or maybe it's my love of good basics, or probably both, but either way, I love this fabric.
I often prefer to us these almost solid fabrics, instead of a true solid. To keep things lively, but not too busy. I use it for PeterPan collars, lining, hair flowers, pockets and waist bands.
But there are other lines of similar crosshatch fabric.
Architextures by Carolyn Friedlander for Robert Kaufman is also crosshatch, but on the diagonal, which is lovely. Right now a half yard set is on sale at Fabricworm.
Timeless Treasures makes a line called Sketch that is similar. They also make a diagonal version called Hatch.
The best way to find lots is to do a search for crosshatch fabric on Etsy.
Having a small collection of this on hand is useful for doll clothing, quilting or sewing gifts. Below you can see a few ways I have used it just in the past week.