FabriFlair with Amy Barickman
Have you seen Amy Barickman’s new Indygo Junction Fabriflair™ kits? These dimensional paper piecing projects are a perfect for sharing your favorite fabric collections. Check out this fun video that will tell you all about these material amusements created with needle and thread.
Watch the FabriFlair Video here:- https://youtu.be/0o-whHRDI2U
Fabriflair™ kits offer unique, clever, and practical projects to showcase favorite fabrics, embroidery and fiber art for quilters and sewers alike. There are currently six kits in the series to create stars, spheres, bowls, ornaments and a needle case.
The kit comes with pre-cut, rigid mat board templates that you cover with fabric and piece them together into decorative and functional forms. This is English paper piecing with a twist. It’s dimensional so no need to remove “papers” or “templates”. The kits were designed with pre-cuts in mind so they are perfect to pair with your favorite RJR collections – strips, squares or fat-quarter bundles. What a fun way to display all the beautiful coordinates in a collection!
Here is the Large Brio Sphere & Bowl kit created in Amy’s Vintage Made Modern – Stitcher’s Garden collection.
These kits look great in prints or solid. Here is the Large Radiant Star created in our RJR solids that was featured in the video above.
A perfect portable project for on-the-go! Personalize a Brio Sphere or Radiant Star with your team colors.
Ideal for gift giving! Pictured in solids with beaded embellishments. Also think Christmas ornaments as Fabriflair Trilliant Star is the perfect project to use treasured family fabrics .
Amy’s new line Vintage Made Modern – Kyoto is shown here in the Radiant Star and Brio Sphere.
Here is a Brio Sphere bowl in process. Note that Amy has fussy cut the interior shapes to repeat the pattern in the fabric.
Visit the Cotton + Steel blog post for more Fabriflair™ inspiration.
Visit IndygoJunction.com to purchase your favorite Fabriflair™ kit today! Use code FFSG5 to take 10% off your Fabriflair™ order! There is also a giveaway going on on the Indygo Junction blog, which you can check out here.
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