Our Weekly Newsletter

June 5, 2017   /   byHawthorne Threads  / Categories :  Feeds

We're wrapping up our summer fabric lineup and we're nearly ready to move from the coastal Atlantic Outer Banks collection to the Pacific! We'd like you to say Aloha to our homage to Hawaii, due out later this month.


Glamperlicious from Samantha Walker

June is national camping month Glamperlicious is here to inspire your next project to take along with you to the great outdoors. Whether you're roughing it or glamping, this new collection from Samantha Walker for Riley Blake offers a whimsical choice with plenty of retro style. We have yardage and Fat Quarter Bundles!

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Tutorial from Polka Dot Chair


See our Blog post for this round up of camping inspired sewing projects!


New Basics from Dear Stella!

New Dear Stella Basics

We have new colors for some of Dear Stella's most popular basics! Enjoy Scallop Dot, Triangle Dot, and Dress Stripe in a lovely array of shades. Basics are great for quilts - the Envelopes Quilt pattern from Carolyn Friedlander would be particularly fun. And if you're looking for a lightweight jacket, Try the Tamarac from Grainline Studio.

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grainline studio  tamarack jacket sewing pattern

New Hawthorne Threads Basic

We love seeing our fabrics pop up in so many gorgeous nurseries! We know how much you all love mixing and matching our Fawn collection with our various In House Basics including Arrows, Birches, Fawn Silhouette, Flock Silhouette, Plumes, Vanes, and more, so we think you'll be excited to add the Deer Silhouette to the mix.

These are available in both High and Low Volume options for all of our 60+ In House colors!

Deer Silhouette Tulip

Deer Silhouette coordidnates for the Fawn in Tulip palette

Deer Silhouette Aspen

Deer Silhouette coordidnates for the Fawn in Aspen palette


Last Call for Menagerie Pre-Orders!

Menagerie Fabric

Last Call for Menagerie pre-orders!
Rifle Paper Company's upcoming collection features lots of jungle inspired art, along with other well-loved Rifle imagery. The collection includes a wonderful variety, including a brand new cotton/rayon lawn, which has the handling ease of cotton and the flowy drape of rayon

This new line is sure to go quickly so if you've got your eye on it, order now before it goes on backorder!

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Menagerie from Rifle Paper Co


New Giveaway!

For this week's giveaway we are offering up a Fat Quarter Bundle of Tattooed from Libs Elliot.

Congratulations to Hkjarret, our winner of a Fat Quarter Bundle of the new Stay Gold collection from Aneela Hoey for Cloud 9 Organic. Please send us a quick message to let us know where we should send this winning prize!


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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