A road trip and Crosby, Stills, and Nash are the inspiration for this blog. So with “for-or each other” as the basis…
As fresh as the air after rain, Lisa Audit’s collection “Bohemian Blue” asks that you sit still, breathe, relax. This gentle group of four is perfect on its own, and, perfect as support for the layer cake.
The four pieces from the collection “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” offer a surprising color change-up for a winter theme. Look closely and the birds are cardinals; the flowers, poinsettias.
These two collections, because of their scale and light, medium, medium-dark, and dark hues, shine in patterns like Martina.
“Winter Frost” illustrates Sara Boccaccini Meadows’ distinct, “quirky” style. Although her inspiration for this collection may not be the fictional Three Pines of Louise Penny, it does come from “nature and the tiny details in her everyday surroundings.”
So as to fit into the theme of this blog, from this idyllic collection, three pieces have been selected and paired with a Chalk and Charcoal basic from Robert Kaufman. A pattern such as Early Dawn, with its larger-scale squares of 9 1/2″ for the main print, marries well with this grouping.
Lastly, (bearing in mind that two is the square root of four,) the four “Floral Essence” ombres shown here are exquisite in their design and rich color. In a pattern such as Bohemia, which requires only one ombre and one focal fabric, the design adds texture and movement while not overpowering the featured fabric.
These harmonious quartets will have your sewing machine humming. You’ll want to sing along.
No. of Pieces in Store
Sometimes we carry full lines of fabric and others we choose only a few pieces to sell in the store. Selections shown here are a representation of the fabrics we offer and may have sold out. Please call or stop by to check on availability.