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Do you love star quilts as much as we do? Then you’ll love this HST star baby quilt by Alissa of Gold Shoe Girl.
It features fabrics from Everything but the Kitchen Sink http://bit.ly/1PCtAnI. Take a look at the straight line and loopy loop quilting. A-mazing!!!
Learn more on her blog www.goldshoegirl.com.
Congratulations to Connie Cain as our winner for the Fat Quarter bundle of Malam Batik fabrics, designed by Jinny Beyer. Please private message us here at quiltwithlove [at] rjrfabrics [dot] com with your non PO Box shipping address and we’ll get the fat quarters shipped right on out to you. Thank you again for participating!
A visit to Istanbul left me with lasting impressions begging to be interpreted into a fabric collection. The Sultan’s Garden is reminiscent of a magical time; the time of the sultans, an era of ornate palaces, bazaars piled high with silk carpets, intricate mosaic patterns covering harem walls, and glimpses of swirling colored fabrics hidden behind marble screens. The elements in the line are adapted from the iconic imagery I extracted from the Turkish culture, then added a bit of my aesthetic, and infused into my patterns. The focal is a tulip, a symbol of the Ottoman Renaissance. Amulet is inspired by the ‘evil eye’ a popular good-luck charm made to ward off jealous eyes.
The Sultan’s Garden is offered in two colorful palettes. Sunny apricot and watery turquoise hues define one color combination. A second color story features berry inspired lavenders set on a backdrop of subdued natural greens.
Leave a comment below about a trip that inspired a quilt project for a chance to win fabric cuts of Mary McGuire’s latest fabric collection, Sultan’s Garden, hitting stores now!
We would like to wish everyone a happy Labor Day from all of us here at RJR Fabrics! We will be closed on Monday, September 7th, 2015 in observance of our National Holiday. We hope that everyone enjoys a safe holiday, three day weekend in honor of the hard work and effort of all those in the American labor movement. Thank you from all of us here at RJR Fabrics. How will you be celebrating your Labor Day Weekend?
Congratulations to our winner, Katy M for the Apple Hill Farm fat quarter bundle!
Thank you all for participating in our giveaway! Katy M, please private message me at quiltwithlove [@] rjrfabrics [dot] com your non PO Box shipping address and I will ship the bundle on out to you!
Lynette Anderson got into quilting when she worked on her baby quilt for her first born. She has the quilt still and used it as an inspiration for her new pattern, which will be available on her website soon. She has recently reworked her design to incorporate fabrics from her fabrics lines with RJR; Bread and Butter and Pocket Full of Daisies. I love the crib size baby quilt, the stitchery is lovely.
SKU’s used are: Floral 2002-003, Stripe 2007-001, and Grey 2407-001.
Share with us your first quilt design and #quilwithlove story to be entered in to win a fat quarter bundle of some of her Bread and Butter collection.
Second entry is if you sign-up for Lynette Anderson’s newsletter and leave a comment here.
Amazing mini by Alissa of Gold Shoe Girl featuring our upcoming Everything but the Kitchen Sink due out this fall! Visit her blog to see how the project came together plus a chance to win a FQ bundle of the fabrics she used.
This fun pattern, Woodland and Stuft Napper, is a fun sleeper for any child sleepover.
With schools starting now or at least very soon, Sue has some fun backpack patterns. The start of Kindergarten couldn’t be more exciting.
Rachael’s home near Wanaka in New Zealand’s South Island is neighbored by a farm, which is what inspired the mother-daughter duo to choose apples as their theme for their next line. Christine’s daily foraging for wild apples with her grandchildren inspired her to infuse the line with apple trees and apples, and she spared no design.
The quilt is a kit project, designed by Kids Quilts, Fun On The Farm (9653-38) – designed for boys and girls alike. Fun on the Farm captures the spirit of Apple Hill Farm in vibrant colors and crisp white borders. This crib quilt is easy to finish and perfect for a beginning quilter wanting to learn raw edge appliqué. It finishes at 44 by 53 inches.