Monday, November 3, 2014

Quilt Market: The Fabrics - Part I

First off, if you haven't entered my giveaway yet, go check it out.

Today I'll be sharing a bit more about Quilt Market. If you missed my previous posts, here they are:

Now, that we've covered that, here's a tour of the upcoming fabric lines now that I'm back from Quilt Market in Houston, TX. Here comes a sneak peek of collections that will be hitting stores near you in the coming months.

You may remember Carolyn Friedlander's Architextures and Botanics lines. 

Her upcoming collection for Robert Kaufman, Doe, was unveiled at Market.

She also has a new book.
Birch fabrics has a new Charlie Harper line coming out.
Showing onesies instead of swatches certainly ups the adorable quotient.
American Made Brand's collection has reached 50 luscious colors.

Alison Glass has a batik collection, titled Handcrafted, that will make you see batiks in an entirely new way. She also has additional Sunprints that make an excellent basics with personality.

Cascade is a soothing collection by Jessica Levitt for Windham.

Iza Pearl, another Windham designer, showcased her Sunshine Serenade collection.

Jen Kingwell, the Australian whose patterns include Gypsy Wife and Green Tea and Sweet Beans, unveiled her Moda Gardenvale line. It has thirties repro ambiance with a modern vibe, and is unabashedly scrappy.
You can expect to see patterns and kits especially for the new line too.
Moda designers made a great showing.

This Ombre Lonestar by V & Co. is stunning.

I'll be back soon with more material temptation.

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  1. I am really excited about Doe and Cascade! :)

  2. Te American Made solids booth looks fantastic. I think that's my favourite in your pics.