Wednesday, August 31, 2011

New Fabrics

Wow, it's been awhile since I've posted anything.  We've been pretty busy, and I've kind of gotten behind on this.  Part of what we've been busy with is putting in new fabrics!  We have lots of new fabrics again!

First, we have this fun, woodland panel and some coordinates:

...and we have some "Wildflower Fairies" to go with some other fabrics we already had from the line:

Also just in, a line of Dear Jane:

We got lots of Bali Pops in today.  I just love the name "Bali Pop".

 New batiks:

Some new border prints that would make great striped table runners:

This is Moda's "Together" line.  We also have charm packs.

...and we have charm packs, jelly rolls, and layer cakes of "American Banner Rose" by Moda.

We also have this beautiful angel panel and several of its coordinates (which I don't seem to have taken pictures of, oddly enough).  This is also being made into kits.

These houses go with a spectacular Christmas line we already have:

...and this last line is called "Indigo".

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

More Marbling!

We taught another marbling class last week!  It was great.  Unfortunately, these first two pictures are the only two fabrics I know for sure were made by students.  Everyone did a great job!  Helen made these:

I think Mom made these:

...and these are mine:

Friday, August 19, 2011

New Fabric!

I'm a bit behind on posting all the new fabrics we've been getting in, so this will have a lot of pictures because we've gotten a lot in!

First is Robert Kaufman's "Holiday Flourish" line.  We also have layer cakes to go with this.

There's even an extra-wide backing that goes with the line:

We already had this fabric with a white background, but now we also have it in black:

We also have some great new batiks!

...and some new fairies:

We got several pieces of construction material and other novelty prints:

These bears go with a panel we already have:

These next three panels are all flannel.  We'll also be getting in some coordinates.

This one goes with the above panel, but it's plain cotton, not flannel:

P&B's "Tribute", their Quilts of Valor line:

"Railroad Ties" by Marcus:

...and, finally, a panel by Mary Engelbreit!