Friday, May 27, 2016

Take a tour of our booth - part 2!

Welcome back! 
We're continuing the virtual tour of our Quilt Market booth today. 
If you missed part 1 of our booth tour, find it here

You'll notice each of these vignettes includes two lengths of our Painter's Palette Solids. With 80+ colors, we've got one to match just about everything. We selected a couple to show off with each of our fabric lines in case you're looking for solid coordinates. 

 The Cityscapes collection: 
Neutral landscape and sketched city prints

The Montego Bay collection, showcased in the Paisley Paradise quilt by Maria Pate:
Paisleys, florals, and a lattice print in blues or pinks
See this quilt design in a second colorway and download the free quilt pattern here.
 The Vintage 30's Ruby's Treasures collection 
by Barbara J. Eikmeier in conjunction with McKim Studios:
Classic 30's prints + preprinted embroidery panels
Find the free quilt pattern for Barb's Ruby's Treasures quilt (hanging) here.
Sweet bonnets from the new "Designs Worth Doing" club. 
(More on exciting new club this soon!)

More from Vintage 30's Ruby's Treasures: a quilt featuring the printed embroidery blocks, an apron, a bag and a sundress, plus an updated Sunbonnet Sue (small projects are all from Designs Worth Doing). 

Barb showing off her fabrics!

The Opposites Attract collection:
Black, white and red all over. Love the two bags and the tuffet as well! 
Find the free pattern for the Opposites Attract quilt by Pine Tree Country Quilts here.

The Spring Romance collection: 
Soft pastels and florals create a romantic mood
Find the free quilt pattern for the Spring Romance quilt by Morning Glory Designs here.

The Dryad collection by Shannon Brinkley:
We love this modern line!
Find the free quilt pattern for theDrifting Leaves quilt by Shannon Brinkley here

The Leather collection:
This is our designated Row by Row Experience line: great tonal texture in 40+ colors!
Read more about the Home Sweet Home concept quilt here.

See the other half of our Quilt Market booth tour here


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  2. Everything is so beautiful but I must know-where do I get the pattern for the gorgeous tuffet? I am in LOVE especially with the red, black and white one!

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