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Judith’s Fancy

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...

Dear Stella Oceans & Foxes

Good morning, afternoon, or evening, depending on your current location! I just want to tell you how much I fell in love with these two differently themed but similarly colored lines - Dark and Stormy and Luna  from Dear Stella. I love them a LOT !   :) They MOSTLY go together with Luna being mostly Night and Sky prints, but of course this adorable little fox would be Shark Bait for the sharks filling up the one Dark and Stormy print. Maybe the fox is a ship mascot...

Linen and Lawn

Today's post is about another line of fabric - a cotton lawn with mostly tiny prints. Does it feel like the 1970's again with a broader range of color and range to you like it does to me? There is an abundance of little floral prints out there in regular quilting cottons and cotton lawns that remind me very much of the 70's.  I really like this Linen and Lawn line by Sue Daley. I met Sue in May at Quilt Market -- Super Delightful...

Quiltmania Summer Camp

Hey there peeps, I stopped and made a couple of trees from  my Painted Forest pattern and shared a video on Instagram as part of Quiltmania's Summer Camp project. The peeps at Free Spirit sent me a bunch of Fat Quarters of Anna Maria Horner's  Floral Retrospective and Loominous to play with as well as some 10" squares of Denyse Schmidt's Washington Depot. It was very fun mixing these together. Be sure to stop by over at the Quiltmania Post here for a few more pictures and to...