I continue to enjoy seeing the variety of projects people are making with my Notting Hill collection. So many fun quilts and other sewing projects! I thought I’d gather a bunch of them here into one place. If you’re new, you can read here about the story behind my Notting Hill collection.
I don’t always have control over when a fabric collection is released – there are so many moving parts for a fabric company/manufacturer. So I feel incredibly lucky that this collection was released at the beginning of spring. The colors and florals are perfect for spring and summer sewing.
Here’s a bunch more Notting Hill Sewing Inspiration:
Melanie Collette of Hello Melly Designs has created this gorgeous quilt pattern called Arboreta. I think it’s so cool how using the limited color palette (aquas, reds, and pinks) give the quilt it’s own feel. Quilt and Pattern info here.
Andy of a Bright Corner just released this brand new quilt pattern called Dinner Party. This pattern is perfect for using 10″ precuts (such as a Layer Cake or 10″ Stacker).
Bev from Flamingo Toes hosted a quilt along using Notting Hill and featuring her Vintage Stars quilt pattern. You can still find the Vintage Stars pattern and all of the quilt-along posts here.
Amy of Ameroonie Designs made the cutest little Notting Hill village using her Little Village stuffed fabric house pattern. I love these little houses so much! And clever Amy shows you how to make them with a sturdy base so they sit happily in a cute little row.
Amy also just released a pattern for these adorable fruit-themed mug rug mini quilts.
I’ve loved seeing a variety of spring/summer dresses made with Notting Hill. This little jumper is made by Sewing Cotton – and she also talks about mixing fabric prints when sewing for best results.
My Girlfriends’ Quilt Shoppe made this adorable birdhouse applique/quilted wall hanging with their monthly fat quarter subscription box.
Lee Anne from Podunk Pretties has created this new Spring-inspired quilt pattern called Love is in the Air.
Lee Anne also has a You Tube tutorial for making this cute custom quilt label.
And I have even had fun using Notting Hill to refresh some of my own tried and true quilt patterns. This quilt is my Lattice quilt and you can read more about it here (I still have a couple of last kits available).
To see the last round up of other Notting Hill Sewing and Quilting inspiration (photos below) click here.
Notting Hill Fabric Available at these Shops:
As mentioned before, hopefully Notting Hill is available at your favorite local quilt shop. Notting Hill is also available from these online retailers:
- Stitches N Giggles
- Simply Love Fabric
- SoJo Fabric
- Lou Lou’s Fabric Company
- Thimbleanna Fabrics
- The Fat Quarter Shop
- Fort Worth Fabric Studio
- Happy Little Stitch Shop
- Knotted Thread
- Hawthorne Supply Co.
- Gardenia Fabrics
- + a variety of shops on Etsy
In the UK :
Australia (shops that have ordered, but the fabric is still on it’s way to Australia):
If you are also stocking Notting Hill and would like to be added to the list, or are aware of a UK, Canadian, or Australian stockist, please let me know!