Are you familiar with JoliJou? If not, let me introduce you. JoliJou is the brand name of German designer Andrea Muller. She has a darling, whimsical style – you can check out her website here. The cute vintage dishes print is from her shop. (The site is in German, but Google Translate can solve that problem easily if German is not your native language.)
Andrea’s new fabric collection also features cute retro dishes – her collection is called Vintage Kitchen, produced by Riley Blake.
The colors are bright and cheerful- I’m especially smitten with that gold print with the retro dishes
I mixed the Vintage Kitchen dishes with basics solids and dots from Riley Blake.
I’ve been making more blocks from Lori Holt’s Bloom Along. You can read more about these free block patterns here.
Here’s what I’ve got so far. I was going to make a mini quilt with just these blocks, but instead, I’ve decided to keep going.
I’m thinking of making a few more blocks based on JoliJou’s cute prints.
Andrea of JoliJou also has matching ribbon trim to go with the fabrics. You can see more of the trims and projects here on her blog.
I’m excited to create more with this happy pile of fabric. I’ve been a sucker for vintage dishes for a while now and I love this print on my wall. (I’m also loving this free download of the Being Creative quote from Stately Type.)
You can find an abundance of adorable projects made with these cute fabrics as part of the Vintage Kitchen blog tour. Click to see other darling projects here from a bunch of designers – some amazing new-to-me folks.