- Gifts & Accessories
Bookish fabric collection designed by Sharon Holland for Art Gallery Fabrics encapsulates the delightful moments of drinking a hot cup of tea, reading a good book, and curling up in a cozy quilt. This collection tells a tale of classic romance and modern whimsy in dusty-colored book covers of rose, burgundy, teal, peach, and gold. Be sure to grab our coordinates bundle for this collection too!
Snuggly flannel quarter yard bundle for this Scraptastic Saturday! A little Holiday Homies mixed with some Mammoth Flannel! Each bundle equates to approximately 3 yards of fabric.
Are you looking for modern, bold fabrics that stand out from the rest? Then you NEED to take a look at this new collection called Madison One designed by William Reue for FreeSpirit Fabrics! An inaugural collection for William, Madison One is inspired by his paintings of an elegantly slender residential tower visible from his architecture studio overlooking Madison Square Park in New York City. Bold, rich, and saturated with color, the designs seek to capture the complexity of light’s interaction with facets of the building’s geometry at different times of day. So unique, gorgeous, and flying off the shelves already.
Heirloom fabric collection designed by Alexia Abegg for Ruby Star Society was inspired by small-scale calico prints she found in vintage quilts. Alexia scaled down many of her block print designs and created single color prints that would be perfect for quilts. Alexia used a warm and inviting sunrise color palette for this collection. This season she also added six new colorways of her Add It Up basic print. These new colors blend well with Heirloom but can also stand alone. Alexia also designed a cotton linen canvas print in three color ways. We hope you really enjoy working with Heirloom.
Love Always, AM fabric collection designed by Anna Maria Horner for FreeSpirit Fabrics is a love letter from Anna Maria to you. Love Always, AM, is a signature collection that focuses on some of the juiciest florals and designs that I have ever created! She did not hold back on the bold or the colorful, and Anna Maria recolored here and there to offer a deep and rich palette. She joined giant blooms with small hand drawn details and Anna Maria balanced undulating natural florals with calm, rhythmic designs for a steady flow of beauty. We hope you cherish this special dip into her design library, and we can’t wait to see where the inspiration takes you!