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Thursday, December 20, 2012

New fabric! Simply Color by V & Co for Moda and Hello Sunshine by Riley Blake

The Ombre solids were the main focal point in this line. So many ideas come to mind for quilts or apparel since ombre is a very wonderful way to play with color and the different shades just add that much more depth to your design. There is real beauty in simple designs and when you incorporate different shades of the same color in one project there is a subtle radiance that can make a very simple project look breathtaking. Throw in a love of vintage textiles and you get vintage and simple modern encompassed in one line!
There are some fantastic free pattern/tutorials over at Moda Bake Shop. Here are a few of my favorites using fabrics from Simply Color!

The quilt above is called Skittles Quilt. It uses 4 yds and a Charm Pack for the quilt top. Love it!

This is the Simply Woven quilt. Requires 2 Jelly Rolls plus yardage to make this colorful quilt.

Now a non-quilt project perfect for gift giving - Simply Colorful Coasters. These cuties use 1/3 yd of a solid of your choice and a Charm Pack.

Another super quick project - Herringbone Hot Pads. I love these! All that is required is a Charm Pack, 1 yd of fabric, some batting and a bit of insulating.

Since her 1930 debut, Nancy Drew has solved over 500 cases and sold over 200 million books in 25 languages! It's no mystery that our favorite girl detective has timeless appeal among generations of fans. For the past 8 decades as an American icon, Nancy continues to touch the lives of millions worldwide through books, movies, video games, graphic novels, stationery, pajamas, posters, board games, and now- Fabric! Fans will delight in the classic Nancy Drew imagery while trying to solve the next big mystery...What to make first?!
Get a Clue with Nancy Drew 1341-15 Black Shadow Nancy Drew Dot

Black Shadow Nancy Drew Dot

Get a Clue with Nancy Drew 1346-11 Ghost White Magnifying Glass
Get a Clue with Nancy Drew 1342-11 Multi Bookcase by Moda
Free tutorial here for this 66" x 90" quilt

Hello Sunshine


Well hello sunshine! This newest quilt fabric collection by Lori Whitlock for Riley Blake is adorable. Birds, bright and fun florals, polka dots, stripes and plaids are included in shades of yellow, red, green, pink and blue. You cannot go wrong with this one. We have the full collection available in yardage along with coordinating solids.
Oh and the kit? It is fabulous! Kit includes pattern and fabric for the 58" x 58" quilt top and binding.

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Wednesday, October 3, 2012

The Ghastlie Family Reunion Halloween Fabric




In Ghastlie Manor on Ghastlie Street there's a Ghastlie family there to meet. Mathilda Ghastlie with husband too extend a Ghastlie hand to you. It's a Ghastlie day for a Ghastlie walk, under Ghastlie trees on a Ghastlie block. A Ghastlie time for Ghastlie things like Ghastlie pets with Ghastlie wings!


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This Ghastlie fabric is fantabulous!  There are multiple scenes within each print.  The Ghastlie Family Reunion sheeting print features Mathilda Ghastlie getting her hand kissed. Mathilda is approximately 10 1/2 inches tall.

A Ghastlie Family Reunion in Natural

Ghastlie collage with Sebastian Ghastlie

 

Ghastlie collage featuring the Ghastlie Gallery

Monday, March 5, 2012

New Birch Organic Fabric!

We've just received an awesome shipment of organic fabric from Birch Fabrics.  Birch fabric is made from 100% organic cotton and low impact dyes (no harmful metals or lead).   Birch fabrics are certified by the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS).

Ellie Fam - Mod Basics

Cute elephants in yellow, grey, teal, coral, orange, aqua and green.

Mod Basics - Ellie Fam fabric by Birch Fabrics

Birdie Spokes - Mod Basics

This birdie spoke fabric has been very popular!

Mod Basics - Birdie Spokes by Birch Fabrics

Dottie Cream - Mod Basics


Cream dots on backgrounds of yellow, grey, teal, coral, aqua and green.

Mod Basics - Dottie Cream by Birch Fabrics.

Solids - Mod Basics

Mod Basics - Organic Solids by Birch Fabrics

Can't you just imagine the possibilities of creative goodness that can be made with these fabrics?  My favorite color is the coral - what is yours?