Most everyone seems to have a favorite season. If yours happens to be Fall – help yourself to a cornucopia of ideas, patterns, fabrics, and kits celebrating crisp cool mornings, the reds, golds, and purples dotting the landscape, and the richness of harvest.
Holly Taylor’s “Country Charm” collection for Moda offers leafy, earthy toned prints richly suited to one of our very favorite patterns, “Divided by 3” by Mountain Peek Creations. That said, these seven pieces work equally well in any Doug Leko of Antler Quilt Design quilt pattern.
Speaking of Doug Leko, his book Tabletastic!, as well as The Big Book of Table Toppers by That Patchwork Place, serve up a fabulous variety of runners and toppers into which smaller prints …pumpkins, sunflowers, checks…playfully fit. May we suggest “Rustic Fall” by Painted Sky Studio for Benartex?
Speaking of pumpkins -nothin’ says lovin’ like somethin’ from the oven. The blocks on the panel from “Rustic Fall” scream “potholders!” Add a silicone trivet and ta-da! The potholder is more fun to make than a pumpkin pie!
Speaking of food – apples, pumpkins, sunflowers (think seeds), a basket to put them all in… Let’s just wrap up this post with patchwork patterns by Shabby Fabrics. These table runners gobble up your stash of scraps. Don’t have scraps? We have KITS! As for the basket, why not use a “Maple Sugar” jelly roll and the Cut Loose pattern “Two Bobbin Bowl?”
Yum. Fall is tasty.
Where does bacon come from? Milk comes from WHERE? Why do chickens lay eggs? How many bushels of wheat, corn, soybeans per acre this harvest? When did lactose become a concern? What is the best cut of beef? Who knows this stuff anyway? Whether you're a child or an...
A plethora of fabric companies, a multitude of designers, over 2000 bolts...welcome to the Color Wall. From the basic collections of Contempo's "Color Weave", Moda's "Spotted" and "Grunge," Riley Blake's "Shabby," Robert Kaufman's "Chalk and Charcoal" and "Quilter's...
"Witches, pumpkin heads, black cats, scary spooks and black hats; oh, it's Halloween"...know that song? If you do, let us know, too! What we do know, however, is that the pattern "Witch's Night Out" by it's sew emma is, dare we say, frightfully fun. (Yes, it's a...
Know how you find the perfect fitting Tee (as in t-shirt but more stylish) so you purchase one in every color? You'll see the idea behind the pattern Jason Yenter uses to showcase his dragons, planets, dinosaurs, and unicorns. Easy to construct, the quilt pattern...
We carry the full line of Greta Lynn’s “Violet Twighlight” for KANVAS Studio. It’s purples and blues can stand alone on its own merit, which is why we LOVE – LOVE – LOVE this collection in the patterns “Elvira” by GE Designs and “Crossroads” by Running Doe Quilts for Villa Rosa Designs.
Tim’s unique fabric collection is perfect for 2020. It’s a design that combines all of the todays with a piece of yesterday and everything in between!
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