Monday, December 11, 2017

Bird Architects By Charley Harper is Here!!! | Plus, 25% Off All Sewing Patterns

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Bird Architects is here! The super soft organic poplin prints are buttery with amazing detail which perfectly displays the beautiful artwork of Charley Harper. These birds will fly into your hearts and onto your sewing projects!
Bird Architects is the fifth collaboration between Charley Harper + Birch Fabrics. In this newest grouping of Charley Harper’s birds, we find the builders, the birds who create, and the birds who are natural masters of architecture. You’ll notice they brought back some of our favorite past birds like Bank Swallow, and Barn Swallow, but in exciting new colorings! Charley Harper’s “American Bird Architects” were first published in Ford Times (November 1959 edition).
Colette Pattern Penny in Horned Grebe Poplin available in our pattern section.
Zinnia Skirt By Colette Patterns in Ruby-Throated Hummingbird Poplin
Sencha Blouse Pattern By Colette Patterns in Eastern Meadowlark Poplin
Large Architects Main - 108" Wide Width
Also starring in this collection is a 108" wide width, and larger scale Large Architects Main! Great for backings, bedding, and more. You will love this size for your home.
NEW - 58/60" Wide Barkcloth
For the first time ever, new organic Barkcloth! Bird Architects Main will be printed on quilt weight poplin, and barkcloth good for your retro-vintage style. You must give this texture a try in your next home decor project or quilt.
Barn Swallow Graphite Bucket Bag
Quilted Pillow by @schrodingerlynx

Free Cincinnati Quilt Pattern & Quilt Kits Coming Soon!

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