Recent Fabric Arrivals
These are the highlights of recent arrivals:
Click on the photos below for close-ups of these great fabrics!
All the Trimmings
by Maywood Studio
What fabulous holiday cheer! Letters to Santa, candy cane stripes, Christmas trees, and more. So much fun, and so many ideas. Any of these prints would make great stockings or gift bags.
We love these classic red-and-white prints from Makower. Need a new tree skirt? These would be fabulous! How about a cheery table runner?
Merry Starts Here
The prints Judy chose from this line are meant to complement other lines and fabrics we have at the shop. All of these can also be used for other, non-holiday projects. The designs are pretty contemporary!
Merry & Bright
from Sue Zipkin
Not one print in this group screams "holiday", making all of them very versatile. This line is a bit more artistic, so use these prints when you're looking for a more sophisticated look.
Black is a hot color in holiday lines this year - it appears many of the designers agree that using black highlights all the other colors they're working with. This group is just stunning! We love the hills and dales in the tree print (bottom in photo). To Grandmother's house we go!
There's not much blue in this year's holiday lines. Here's what we've got - some fun prints to brighten a stocking, and a great text print with a classic phrase (one we don't want to hear until late November!).
Here's this year's modern take on the holidays. This line is versatile enough for anyone to include in their Christmas sewing. Snowflakes, trees, and leaves & berries. Who doesn't love these?
Various cardinal prints
This year, Hoffman has upped their game with the cardinal prints! Of course they're using metallic highlights, but now they're using gorgeous background colors like gray and navy. Oh, the things we can make!
from Deb Strain
This line of fabric is another one with versatility. The prints are great for the holidays, but also very useful for making quilts you want to display all winter. The red plaid used to fill out the animals (bottom right in photo) is reminiscent of snowy cabins in the mountains.
by Henry Glass
We really enjoy fabric lines that incorporate nature, but with some realistic colors and images. This is a line like that. Judy used the border print (top left in photo) to make an adorable 60-degree runner that we have hanging in the shop. How about using this line to make a throw for your favorite child to snuggle under on Christmas Eve?