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Current Fabric Favorites

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Hi there!  Today I wanted to share with you some of my current fabric favorites.  Quilting cottons are in a constant rotation with many designers creating 2 lines per year.  It’s so hard to keep up sometimes!  I love to stay on trend and get the latest and greatest fabric that everyone is fawning over but it can be tricky to keep up.  Especially when you have favorite designers who you just love everything they do and want to support them!  Fall Quilt market is coming up in October and many spring lines get debuted a few months before they are available.  It’s so fun to follow on social media and see how these designers build their booths and see their vision come to life!

Anyway, here are some of my current fabric favorites from recently released fabric lines.  Some I have purchased and some not!  I try not to purchase fabric without a specific project in mind (although sometimes I just can’t resist).

Mustang by Melody Miller for Cotton and Steel


I’m a big fan of this line.  I even featured it in my Pencil Pouch Tutorial Video.

Far Far Away by Heather Ross for Windham Fabrics


I love Heather Ross and her whimsical illustrative fabrics.

Winged by Bonnie Christine for Art Gallery Fabrics


I took a course with Bonnie on CreativeLive on Adobe Illustrator and became a fan.  I have several cuts of her Sweet as Honey line, but non of this though.

Pretty Potent by Anna Maria Horner for Westminster


Ever since Craft South back in June, I’m a huge Anna fan.  She is a pretty special lady and I really see her when I see her fabrics.

Moonshine by Tula Pink for Westminster


In general I like Tula.  Some of her lines are hit or miss for me, but I think there are some great fabrics in this collection.

Gramercy by Leah Duncan for Art Gallery Fabrics


I am a new Leah Duncan fan.  I used her Meadow line in THIS video, but this is her new collection and there are some great fabrics in here.

What are some of your current fabric collections?



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