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May 9, 2017   /   byHawthorne Threads  / Categories :  Feeds
Norwegian Wood fabric

Drawstring Bag from Birch Grove featuring our Norwegian Wood fabric

Do you have so many spring projects buzzing around in your head you don't know where to begin? This make from Birch Grove might put a nice bee in your bonnet! This simple drawstring bag featuring our Norwegian Wood fabric is a simple yet satisfying selfish sewing project, mother's day gift, or end-of-year teacher gift.

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Meriwether from Amy Gibson

Meriwether Fabric Poster
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We will have this quilt kit available soon - sign up to receive notificcation as soon as it becomes available!

Meriwtheris designer Amy Gibson of Stichery Dickory Dock’s first collection with Windham Fabrics. This bright, floral fabric is perfect for making unique, modern quilt blocks using Amy’s book, The Quilt Block Cookbook. Amy’s secret to all that she does? She isn’t sure, but suspects it probably lies somewhere between an incredibly supportive husband, faith, and good coffee.
See the Meriwether Lookbook for more sewing inspiration!

We have yardage and Fat Quarter Bundles, as well as the Briar and Bramble Quilt Kit coming soon!

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Loverly Quilt Pattern available from Amy Gibson

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Pillowcase Tutorial

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Encyclopedia Terrestria from Andover

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Fabric Bucket Tutorial from Design Sponge

These botanical beauties in Andover's Encyclopedia Terrestria are reminiscent of nineteenth-century
pen and ink floral illustrations. The subtle grays against a soft cream background further enhance the feeling of looking through an old book. The fabrics are digitally printed in order to achieve the extra fine detail.

Encyclopedia Terrestria Quilt

Free Quilt pattern from Andover

Enjoy these fabrics in quilts or add them to your spring neutral wardrobe that can easily transition into summer. We like the Peony Dress and Zinnia Skirt from Colette. And for more scholarly prints, mix and match your Terrestria designs with Encyclopedia Galactica, now on sale for $7.50/yd!

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Peony Dress Pattern from Colette available in our Shop

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Zinnia Skirt Pattern from Colette available in our Shop

Encyclopedia Galactica Fabric Poster

On Sale for $7.50/yd!

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Sewing with AGF Fusions & Capsules!

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Have you been following along with master of sewing ceremonies Mister Domestic? If you missed the party, it's not to late to join in the fun. Head over to the AGF Blog for a gorgeous roundup of 10 beautiful sewing projects made by your fellow makers. Each one showcases one or more of the Capsules and Fusions groups from Art Gallery, all shown below and available in our shop.

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Capsules Lower the Volume Fabric
Mad Plaid Fabric Poster
Abloom Fusion Fabric Poster
Capsules Take Shape Fabric Poster
Art Gallery Fabric Joyful Fusion

Be sure to click on each of the projects in this gorgeous round-up as each one links to an in depth blog post from the very talented maker.

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Have you Pre-Ordered Yet?

Floral Retrospective Fabric poster
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Anna Maria Horner tells us what It is "to revitalize some of my all-time favorite floral prints in their best-selling original form, and some with all new colorations sure to inspire a fresh look for timeless art! Floral Retrospective is a concise 16-piece collection, which sits beautifully alongside so many other styles of fabrics from vintage to modern, and everything in between. Once upon a time, these prints lived in separate collections; however mixing as one collection is what I love most about designing fabric and quilting."

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Peeks from Anna - Floral Retrospective looks great with Loominous Yarn Dyes!

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New Giveaway!

Koi Garden Fabric

For this week's giveaway we are offering up a Fat Quarter Bundle of the new Koi Garden collection from Laura Gunn.

Congratulations to rickandcarols, our winner of a a Fat Quarter Bundle of thew new Charleston collection from Amy Sinibaldi! Please send us a quick message to let us know where we should send this winning prize!

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Thank you so much for reading along with us, and for your continued support of our little shop!

Warmest regards,
Lindsay and Charlie

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