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  • Baja

    Ever colourful, this latest collection from Scion draws on the brand’s playful and energetic qualities. Inspired by the festival cool vibe of Southern California, Scion Baja presents an air of ethnic sophistication alongside urban style. Spike the Hedgehog makes a guest appearance amidst tropical tones and bold motifs. Clean lines and Scandi influences are prevalent, as strong geometric designs and rich pops of color bring a contemporary feel. Full of personality, Scion Baja is an uplifting collection designed to add elements of fun to any living space.

    Ships in September 2019

    by Scion

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  • Color Fusion

    Color fusion is the merging, melding and blending between the colors of the fabrics, the designs and the thread combined. Each process that one goes through to complete a quilt is part of the color fusion. See everything around you in shapes and colors. Your color palette expresses your individual personality and outlook on life. Color is like an instrument. Color instructs us to open our eyes and hearts to a wider vision. Beautiful colors are the language of a radiant life. The design should be fairly simple. Choose fabrics that are unexpected. The thread strongly affects the entire look of the quilt. The simplest of designs can be transformed into true works of art. The world is a color fusion of people.

    Ships in June 2019

    by Laura Heine

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  • Kaffe Fassett Collective Spring 2019

    Ships in August 2019

    by Kaffe Fassett Collective

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  • Long Distance

    Long Distance is inspired by some of my favorite motifs and craft traditions across cultures. It brings together Japanese printmaking processes alongside references to hand-painted French wallpaper and tiny delicate florals. Traditional elements are updated by a shift in scale and a contemporary color palette. Adding figures to these motifs creates a conversation across time and place, rooting these prints in the present. I love the variety of prints in this collection. Some feel bright and happy, like tiny celebrations on fabric, while others seem to whisper subtly to one another. Long Distance is life on fabric; it’s light and airy, dark and sophisticated, a collection of moments gathered together over countries and lifetimes.

    Ships in June 2019

    by Courtney Cerruti for Anna Maria's Conservatory

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  • Marabella

    Two years ago, my husband, kids and I moved back to the West Coast to my home state of Washington and, while I’d been drawing inspiration from all that the East Coast had to offer, suddenly I was surrounded by new and unique forms of nature. Even though this had been my home growing up, as an artist I was now seeing things with a fresh and more inquisitive perspective; the smallest of details being more interesting than they ever were when I was young. As a result, this collection pays homage to the unique beauty of this region that I love so much. I feel very fortunate that my daily views include the stunning waters of the Puget Sound. It is a beautiful and familiar reminder of why I love the Pacific Northwest so much! I have a passion for beach combing; and our favorite beach to walk is Point No Point where the water hugs the rounded shore and the beach is covered with driftwood, rocks, seaweed and various other marine treasures. The floral and fauna in this collection are direct reflections of the incredible things we’ve found during our adventures both on the beach and in the gorgeous woods of the Pacific Northwest.

    Ships in June 2019

    by Amy Reber

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  • Neddy's Meadow

    The "Neddy’s Meadow" Collection from Snow Leopard Designs is inspired by a lovely white stallion called Neddy, who I have been grooming, feeding and befriended for a number of years. Neddy and I rapidly became the best of friend. Quilters from around the world follow his adventures on social media and love his humor, naughtiness and nature-loving spirit. The designs in this collection are intended to reflect both the plants and other creatures that inhabit the Surrey countryside by Neddy`s riverside paddock. The main design, "Neddy Horses," shows a group of different breeds of playful horses in the spring time -- from dappled grey to the beautifully spotted Leopard Appaloosa. The other major design in the group is "Roosters,” which portrays some of the birds that inhabit the farm where Neddy lives. Different textures can be found from the large roosters to the small chicks, working perfectly as an abstract multi-directional fabric for an explosion of color and a variety of uses. In the springtime, the paddock and the surrounding fields are rich with flowering “Spring Blossoms,” dropping their petals into the nearby River Mole in the gentle breeze resulting in floating blooms on the water below. Multitudes of Crocuses break through the damp earth, spreading joy to horse and human alike! As the summer heat builds the "Meadow Grass" (a perfect near solid) become laden with seed, which, if they are not eaten by Neddy, are also scattered by the wind. Slowly as summer passes and the autumn mists start to rise off the river, the hedgerows become full of juicy “Blackberries” for Neddy to happily graze. I hope this collection brings you a bit more of the story about the horse that I love and his happy world. Neddy and his world will inspire your projects in the same way he, and his warm heart, has inspired me to produce an abundance of designs.

    Ships in September 2019

    by Snow Leopard Designs

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  • Nouveau

    This season, Jane Sassaman takes her queue from the exotic florals and formal motifs of the Art Nouveau era. Her refreshing interpretation adds a modern twist, of course, with contemporary colors, dynamic graphics and perhaps a dash of mystery. These radiant designs are ideal for paper piecing millefiori, kaleidoscope and mosaic style quilts. Plus, Jane’s personality prints are also wonderful focus fabrics for piecing and decorative projects of all kinds. Sew some seeds of creativity and let Nouveau lead you down the path to inspiration.

    Ships in September 2019

    by Jane Sassaman

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  • Second Nature

    Second Nature is a very intentional approach to design by only employing two colors per fabric, but as a whole, creating an enticing spectrum in various scales. While reduced in color numbers, the appeal of the prints is as provoking when they stand alone as it is when they are used alongside the other collections in Conservatory. The opportunity to focus on form with this collection was a breath of fresh air, and a joyful play with my hand-drawn graphics. I’m certain that including these beauties in your patchwork, garments, accessories and home goods will become Second Nature.

    Ships in July 2019

    by Anna Maria Horner for Anna Maria's Conservatory

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  • Step by Step

    To draw by hand – this is the medium of choice for me when I design my fabrics. Watercolors, crayon and soft tip colored pencils, especially German made LYRA and STABILO, are my favorite drawing tools. I know, my artistic choice will require the mill to put forth extra effort when reproducing my designs, but this is my medium and how I would like to continue as long as I design fabric. I always want to include flower motifs in my collection, which are found as a few pretty and gentle flowers. I also love graphic types of motifs, also in this collection. Designs that I draw, as I like, become printed fabrics delivered to the quilters. I do think it is such a happy thing to do as a job and I made this collection in thanks for that joy.

    Ships in August 2019

    by Keiko Goke

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  • Vibrant Blooms

    The inspiration for this collection started with the idea of how flowers connect us. There are so many ways florals remind us of precious moments in our lives. Flowers commemorate first dates, anniversaries, sympathy, friendship, compassion and thoughtfulness while preciously bookmarking our experiences. We celebrate love and kindness by giving them; we press flowers into pages of books to remember them; we tend gardens to nurture them and we walk within farmers markets in search of them. Flowers allow us a gentle and beautiful way to express ourselves. While painting this series I wanted to share my joy of bright, beautiful flowers with you. I hope these colourful, fine fabrics inspire you to make something new and special.

    Ships in July 2019

    by Shannon Newlin

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  • Vintage Collection

    Celebrating iconic and well-loved designs from their historic archive, Sanderson launches the Vintage Collection. Dating back to the last century, these archetypal designs have been recreated in fresh new colorways. Nostalgic yet vibrant; a contemporary way to bring classic florals into the home. ROSE & PEONY 1927 Designed in 1927, Rose & Peony began life as a wallpaper design with 16 colors (a mark of luxury in wallpaper design). It was produced by surface roller printing at the original Sanderson wallpaper factory in Chiswick, England. In 1930 the design was first printed as a fabric and the pattern has been a Sanderson favorite ever since. Available in 2 colorways: Vintage Rose and Indigo / Linen CHELSEA 1960 Chelsea was first created by then head designer, Kenneth Vivian Truman in 1959 to celebrate Sanderson’s centenary year in 1960. Chelsea has been known to occupy Sanderson’s textile print machines for six months at a time, such is its popularity. It is the most iconic of all Sanderson florals and Truman is credited for creating ‘the Sanderson look.’ Chelsea is the foundation on which all classic, Sanderson floral patterns are built. Available in 2 colorways: Vintage Rose and Indigo/Linen. STAPLETON PARK 1986 Stapleton Park was created by Pat Etheridge, a Sanderson in-house studio designer since the mid-1960s. This awe-inspiring pattern encapsulates the characteristics of an English country house chintz. Stapleton Park remains one of Sanderson’s best loved patterns and continues to decorate homes throughout the world. Available in 2 colorways: Indigo/Linen and Vintage Rose SORILLA Sorilla was first produced in the 1950s. This vintage floral originated from France and was re-designed in the Sanderson studio under the leadership of Mr. Truman, who was one of the foremost designers of his day. The design has been re-established for the twenty-first century. Available in 2 colorways: Indigo/Linen and Vintage Rose

    Ships in September 2019

    by Sanderson

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