The fun prints might just be what we need this Holiday Season. If fabric can give us a lift and a smile then it’s a good thing. Take a look at some of our early arrivals for this holiday.
We have all discovered in the past year and a half that “things can change”. This might be a good time to take a look at those traditional Christmas colors and change it up a bit. This is Moda’s new collection, Starflower Christmas, from Create Joy Project.
Not quite sure what to do with these non-traditional Christmas prints. Why not try an apron. Need a pattern? Check out two of our favorite apron patterns.
Both aprons are one size fits most. For the Easy-On Apron, just purchase 2 yards and you are set. for the All Day Apron, purchase 1 1/4yds of fabric for the apron and fabric for the contrasting trim, ties and ruffles.Read More
We absolutely love working with the Aboriginal prints from M & S Textiles. We never seem to tire of them and how they work with batiks and even Kaffe Prints.
We have been out of stock on so many prints that we want to show you just some of the ones that are now available again.
If you aren’t sure exactly how to use these great prints, you might want to try one of our kits. We currently have these in stock.
Just want to add to your stash? Check out these bundles.
Want to see more? Visit our website and you can see the 154 bolts we have available. Just click on Aboriginal Prints and you can see what we have to offer. Just a warning…they are very addicting!! You can easily become a collector.Read More
When it’s time for school, it’s time to think of teacher’s gifts. What a darling fabric to make a small tote or pencil holder for your favorite teacher.
This fabric showcases the things you might find on a shelf along with books.
We loved the plants, and pictures, but could especially relate to the coffee cups and cats.
Use this fabric to make something special for your favorite teacher — past or present.
The coordinates of tossed books and wavy lines would certainly work not only with this fabric but other collections as well. These are just some great blenders.
Stephanie Sliwinski from Fancy That Design House & Co is a new designer for Moda Fabrics. Her first collection is Songbook which presents a panel with six inspirational designs. It also includes some delightful coordinates. Although she is new to fabric design you might recognize her style from wall art that her company has produced since 2012.
If you want a close look at each of the designs in the panel, use the arrows to scroll see all six designs in detail. (Love the computer when I can figure out how something cool works!!)
Check out the coordinates to go with this panel. These fabrics are great on their own.