Today a fabric-y post. Some currently available, and some sneak peaks of up and coming collections.
This past week I've been sewing with these cheerful prints from Michael Miller called Happy Tones. (Project to be shared at a future date, but I couldn't not share these bright, sunny colors. They are a nice antidote to the end-of-winter blahs around here. My kids keep saying looking at these prints makes them crave jelly beans. (I think they're trying to give me hints, or something.)
All of these colors and prints come in one charm pack. Happy Tones pre-cuts and prints are available right now at the Fat Quarter Shop.
How about these cute, retro-inspired prints are from a new collection for Windham Fabrics called Cream and Sugar? I love the colors and prints in this line. Check out all the adorable projects made with them at the designers' blog, Ampersand Design Studio. I can pretty much guarantee it will make you want some. Cream and Sugar prints are also available at the Fat Quarter Shop.Glimma by Lotta Jansdotter, also for Windham fabrics. I am such a fan of Lotta and her scandinavian minimalism design. I especially love those trees. I'm thinking these will need to be part of a new bag, similar to my Bella bag from last spring.
A few Glimma prints will also be available in canvas. (I'm so in love with that gold stripe!) Might be the perfect bag lining. Stay tuned... And while I'm here, can I just say I think that Windham has some hot new collections and designers, as well as future collections on the way by Allison of Cluck Cluck Sew and the return of Heather Ross to quilting cottons? So excited to see both of those!
machine-piecing-hexagons tutorial, visit Kati). SO COOL.
And check out these pretty prints from Fig Tree's upcoming line, Honey Sweet. Mmmm.
And there's the latest episode of fabric geek news. The only problem with all this awesome fabric-ness, is that there are not enough hours in the day to create all the things I'd like to make with my favorite creative medium. At some point I need all the fabric companies to just take a break for a few months so that I can catch-up on everything before they start making more
tempting pretty stuff!
Speaking of fabric, if you're looking for some good deals right now you might want to check out Bloomerie's awesome March Madness sale with fabric starting at $5 a yard. Also, everything at Pink Castle Fabrics is 20% off with the code SPRING 20.