Today, these retro-inspired prints catch my eye:
|Mimosa, Flower Sugar, Houndstooth, Cotton Dots, Chevron|
Brambleberry Ridge. They have fat quarter sets in each of five soft shades: lilac, violet, mint, bark and coral.
If I was starting a baby quilt anew, I would be sorely tempted to start with this collection. I love that it has so many simple one-color prints that would play well with other fabrics. And flocks of birds! And those sweet deer! But my very favorite is this doily-inspired print. So pretty.
At Shabby Fabrics you can shop fabrics by color too. Seems like I can always use more grays in my stash.
Do you like to buy kits for table runners, quilts and wall hangings? Shabby Fabrics has quite a selection of ready-to-sew kits and laser cut shapes. This springy Surfside Quilt Kit is on sale now!
Some kits even have accompanying how to videos, like the Magic Pillowcase kit series! In fact, Shabby Fabrics has a few instructional videos, including an 8-part series on how to applique. I've been using applique lately to make my clamshells and my heart quilt. Maybe check out their videos if you've been wanting more info on how to get started!
To celebrate their new sponsorship, Shabby Fabrics is giving away a Jelly Roll of Color Theory by V & Co. for Moda Fabrics! To enter to win, add your comment here by Wednesday at noon, eastern time. International entries welcome!
Our lucky winner is #5, miss Linda. I'll be in touch with you!