I am SO excited to introduce you to Cottoneer today! This fabulous California-based fabric shop is my newest sponsor, and it's a match made in heaven. They have a well-curated collection of my favorite fabric brands all presented with impeccable taste. Come see!
Cottoneer sells the collection as yardage or in two types of bundles. My favorite is their Primarily bundle, which mixes Spectacle with other modern quilting fabrics. I love how she added a range of simple, single-hued helpful fabrics to create a more spacious feel with the fabric range.
In fact, I think the best way to show the breadth of their beautiful fabrics is to share this collage of custom bundles. Yum! I see Rifle Paper Fabrics and Anna Maria Horner Loominous, Carolyn Friedlander and Art Gallery, Nani Iro and Outback Wife!
If you pop over to Cottoneer for a looks-see, you'll notice right away the preponderance of pretty pictures. Here's what the husband-wife team behind Cottoneer, have to say about it:
The store also stocks a selection of tools and notions. I think it's no accident that they are such pretty notions, with modern rainbow hues. In fact, I'm sensing a rainbow theme. Yes, indeed, a store after my own heart!
You're in luck because lots of fabrics are on sale now between 10-20% off, including most of the bundles I linked to and ALL organic fabric through Sunday, April 22nd.
Plus, Stitched in Color readers can save an additional $5 off an order of $50 or more with code "stitchedincolor".
Follow Cottoneer on Instagram for more fabric eye candy and heads up on future sales. Plus, any Cottoneer follower can enter to win a giveaway for a $50 shopping spree through Stitched in Color! To enter, add your comment to this Instagram photo now through midnight, April 22nd. Winner will be contacted via Instagram instant message on Monday, April 23rd.
If I could win, I would snap up a bundle of Ombre Confetti Dots. Every time I see these fabrics pop up, they absolutely charm me. It seems like they mix easily with everything! I think, like the metallic illuminated graph I've been using lately, they would be great for garments too.
I also have my eye on that bamboo point turner. Mine is sad, cracked plastic. I wonder if it would work for pressing machine paper piecing seams too?
Hmmm... mother's day is not far off.