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  • Meadowlark

    This collection embraces the majestic glory of nature’s silent symphony… like strolling through a garden listening to the sweet sounds of the songbirds, the delicate rustle of the falling leaves, and the melodic hum of the bees, while light is dancing through the trees. The hand painted dream-like florals, whimsical birds, and soft stripes mix well with the modern damask and elegant medallions; a lovely mix and match collection perfect for any project. From a quilt for a picnic in the park to table linens for a garden party, Meadowlark will add a little whimsy and a lot of style to your next sewing project.

    Ships in March 2019

    by Dena Designs

  • Outerland

    Outerland is a whimsical collection exploring imaginary woodlands and lush landscape. Retro modern shapes and hand drawn linework create stylized imagery of forests, leaves and berries. The Daylight palette in sunny yellow and lush teal complement the softer grays and sunset pinks of the Dusk palette to create a playful journey into your own natural world.

    Ships in February 2019

    by Erin McMorris

  • Rhythm

    Ever present in my studio, melody sets the tone for the workday ahead and mood responds accordingly. As notes fill the airwaves, my creativity comes alive. I find that there is a lovely elegance to the symbiotic interconnection between music, art and design. Just as each note in a song is integral to the next, there is a beautiful harmony between each of the unique patterns in my Rhythm fabric collection. Like a dance, each works on its own yet adds to the whole… The Rhythm collection pays homage to a melody of motion and movement. A symphony in balance, it’s my hope that it will add a soulful swing to your next creative sewing project.

    Ships in January 2019

    by Shell Rummell

  • Tambourine

    My Tambourine collection welcomes you back to one of my favorite themes- folk art and handmade ornamentation. Tambourine is a diverse mix of imagery that celebrates nature, rhythm and fine details. The flora and fauna colored with moody and rich palettes go beyond the more typical cute folk look, but travel to more exotic and authentic places. In my research I was inspired as always by embroideries, kilims, and artwork but also by a few female painters from the Ukraine and Algeria that made art in the early to mid-20th century. These varied sources inspired strange beauty, joyous color and undeniable movement with prints that play between traditional and stream of consciousness. The broad variety in scale and texture of the feature and supporting prints offer endless inspiration for patchwork, as well as garments and accessories.

    Ships in January 2019

    by Anna Maria Horner


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