A profusion of spring flowers, seed packets, and buzzing bees are colored in the soft yellow, white and gray of Pepper & Flax, and a pretty shade of blue, just for fun.
There are many ways to get from Point-A to Point-B so On The Go celebrates all these modes of transportation.
Inspired by well-known quotes from my favorite women authors, Dwell In Possibility is meant to spark hope, comfort, and beauty. With its rich and sophisticated colors, detailed illustrations, and accents of gold ink.
A place of refuge...whether it's a field of flourishing blooms or a single stem in a vase, the 3 Sisters' Sanctuary is filled with flowers. The bouquets are fanciful and eclectic, a mix of bold and dainty, and they create a feeling of harmony with shades of Blush and Rose, Crystal and Tranquil aqua.
Detectable in sheltered spots hidden in the woods are the dark green, heart-shaped leaves of sweet violets. The scent is fragrant, and has long been prized for it has soft, powdery sweetness. In poems and love songs, violets have come to symbolize everlasting love, faith and innocence.
Small-scale florals mix with polka dots, geometrics and there might even be a few puppies. Simply great feedsack fabrics have endured for almost a century because of their versatility.
To Chez Moi, Lulu is the name of a magical garden filled with lush flowers that rival its many beautiful birds. Vivid shades of Geranium and Clementine radiate against Navy and Linen to create a collection that is pulsing with energy, and just a bit exotic.
Peppers and tomatoes in shades of red, gold and green, mix with colorful stripes and tossed confetti to make a collection with the flavor of salsa.
Made up of rosy red, crisp linen-white, blossom pink, soft green, and grounded with an earthy cobblestone grey, the collection fits right in for spring or summer. And Christmas.
"Spring Chicken" is the inspiration for this collection. Per Sweetwater, "In reality, the collection is more about Spring than it is about the chicken - although the chicken is pretty cute. From the light , bright colors to the adorable flower and the perfect gingham, this collection will be a welcome breath of fresh air after the long winter!"
Prints in traditional bright red and green remind us of vintage wrapping paper and holiday cards. Merry and Bright will warm the wintry nights, and bring back special memories. With Santa’s stamp of approval, this collection is ready for sewing!
Meow!!! Black cats and spiders, a full moon and a pumpkin. Add a retro-inspired color palette with funky florals, candy corn, cool polka dots and plaids, and it’s Halloween with the UrbanChiks. Quilts, home décor and accessories haven’t been this much fun in years.
Our Happy Days collection is inspired by the bright colors and flowers of a spring garden. New blooms, gardens planted, and warmer days bring a chance to enjoy the outdoors and find happiness in nature.
Within this collection there is a vibrancy of cranberries highlighted, and softened, by the warmth of clotted cream, and both are energized by a bit of smoky taupe. The result is something familiar, yet distinctively original. The color palette captures the spirit of Christmas well.
You'll discover florals, petals and leaves in muted tones with unexpected pops of colors woven into the group. Like the hymns, I hope the pieces created from Songbook are passed on for generations to come.
Don't we all love a good story? With this new collection, you will be able to tell some great stories. The panel brings us back to our childhood, and perhaps to grandchildren, and all the stages in between. In this Story Time collection by American Jane you will find: Daises, Checks (both big and small, and dotted ones too, lattice.
Tropical birds, playful monkeys and wild jungle cats are just a few of the things you'll find alongside a few super-fun tree frogs.
Throw open the windows and take in the new season. Birds are bouncing, trees are budding, and nature is awakening. The Lady Bird Collection represents the harmony of spring and summer with landscapes painted in florals, and birds singing their song.
Inspired by the recognition of how creating space in our lives to be makers helps us to discover ourselves, and who we really are. The artwork for Make Time was inspired directly from my love of textiles, and of making.