Highlights January 3 2021 Recent Newsletter Highlights

Warehouse District from Robert Kaufman

This collection is from one of our favorite designers, Leslie Jenison Tucker. She lives in San Antonio so we consider her a local girl. We have carried all of her collections and are thrilled she is now designing with the quality of Robert Kaufman Fabrics.

Since we love garment construction, it’s great to see cotton lawns included in this collection. The fabric is so soft and comfortable to wear, but still a natural fiber.

We used one of our “old faithful” patterns which is the Gallery Tunic to make this top. It’s such a flattering and comfortable garment to wear.

Take a look at the cotton lawns in the collection to make plans for your next garment.

If you haven’t had a chance to work with Warehouse District quilting cotton from Robert Kaufman, you will want to take a look at these great fabrics.

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Highlights January 3 2021 Recent Newsletter Highlights

Moody Bloom from Create Joy Project for Moda

The designer behind this great collection is Laura Muir. She lives in Utah and has done a previous collection for Moda. We know you will enjoy these bright fresh fabrics to start our new year.

We have been delighted to see that Moda has added additional weights and fiber contents using these great prints. They have even added a knit!

You will find the cotton/linen weight to be perfect for pillows, bags and other accessories. We love their knit because it includes rayon which gives it a nice drape.

You might enjoy seeing Laura’s previous collection for Moda, Brightly Blooming. These fabrics certainly work well together.

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Highlights January 3 2021 Recent Newsletter Highlights

Kasada from Crystal Manning for Moda Fabrics

A little research and I found one common meaning of “kasada” is adventure. Crystal says this line was inspired by her love of flowers, cheerful colors with a vintage vibe.

Hope you will enjoy it too.

These three pictures show the area in our shop that Kasada made it’s debut. We love to mix a variety of fabrics that work together. This room has that “adventurous” feel. We would love to have you visit the shop, but if that’s not in the cards right away, we hope you will enjoy these pictures.

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