I have been a fan of Every Print that Jennifer Paganelli has ever produced! I still remember two different spreads in in Country Living magazine and/or maybe Mary Engelbreit’s Home Companion (remember THAT great publication? I am not entirely sure that Jennifer was in there, but she SHOULD HAVE BEEN if she wasn’t! 🙂 ) where I first discovered the Sis Boom “look” and her first line of fabric full of abundant color, Girlfriends. As you are aware, I share Jennifer’s affection for pattern on pattern on pattern….on pattern….then throw in some more color and pattern ….. …. 🙂
I am particularly excited about this line because Jennifer took a big leap into a Painterly direction. Her past prints have been crisper and more “normal” line-work prints. This one is mostly her paintings recreated on fabric….. I have been watching her skill in painting grow online and have been hoping to see this work out in fabric!! There is the one print that looks more like her past lines, but of course all of these painted prints will pair very well with all of her past prints because they are in her Palette of tropical exuberance!
I am going to figure out how to work this PomPom trim and Giant RickRack into projects with Judith’s Fancy. They just GO together, right??
These little panels are all on one print and you could use them all together, but they just scream for fussy cut centers, don’t they? Definitely free-form, improv log cabins or something. Those three little pineapples are begging me to become a journal cover!
Here is a tree from my Painted Forest quilt pattern – I plan on making another Judith’s Fancy tree for an ALL Free Spirit version of Painted Forest I am working on. Watch my Instagram account for that one. And then next to the tree is the front and half of the back for a pillow cover I am working on. That will also make it’s way onto Instagram!
And this little lady, who I decided looks like a Deborah, will be come a little wall hanging to fill up some empty space in the house somewhere…..if I can find such a space…. hahahaha
Keep an eye on my Instagram feed to see more of Judith’s Fancy as I mess around with it and mix it with other fabrics —- because it is so mixolicious! What would YOU mix it with?
Keep Sewing, Keep Happy,