As professed "Fabricworms" we love fabric and quilting, and are devoted to it in all its splendor. If the fabric you start with is of high quality with vibrant colors, then the creation you make will be of the same caliber. We feature a wonderful collection of children's fabrics, featuring themes like woodland creatures, playful animals, fruits & veggies, flowers, characters, and one of my favorites, luxurious Organic Fabric!
Tastefully colored and designed, this new line hearkens back to Cathy's Swedish roots. Classic floral motifs meander among modern shapes and lines forming a collection with something for everyone.
Floral Splendor by Cathy Nordström
Sevenberry is a new favorite for us at Fabricworm! These new canvas prints are bold and beautiful and will add texture, color, and contrast to your next project. At 59" wide you could make eye-catching drapes, new throw pillows, bags, a jacket, or even frame a piece for some instant art!
Suzy Quilts is a quilt master and we just love what she stitches together! Here we have four of her quilt patterns and we think you'll find one you just have to have. Check them out and see what color variations you come up with!
Below is the Stars Hallow Quilt Kit!! Suzy says this quilt has become one of her favorite patterns due to it being Fat Quarter Friendly, fast, and traditional with a twist! Make this throw quilt and add a little color to your family room.
The Hidden Garden is the second collection from designer Miriam Bos in collaboration with Birch Fabrics. Hidden Garden is a remote clearing in your favorite garden, where you go to daydream. Childhood memories of catching crawlers and making mud pies will come soaring back to your mind’s forefront. We hope you take a hop, a leap, and a jump, through Hidden Garden.
This quilt, which Suzy says is really easy to make, is her newest beauty for Birch featuring The Hidden Garden fabrics. It's large, falling leaf aesthetic is playful just like collection and it's colors will brighten up any room! Stay tuned for all the details on this quilt in the weeks ahead.
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Have a fabulous weekend! From all your friends at Fabricworm