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Bungalow is a soft and sweet collection that reminds us “love begins at home.” Art deco motifs in the bungalow style are tossed throughout the lively prints – with pineapples, ginkgo leaves, floral bouquets, basket weave and tile prints. The palette of soft yellow, green, aqua, and grey has accents of red and berry which blend nicely to create fresh color combinations for all your projects!
Imagine growing your own vegetables and canning them, cleaning and cooking without modern appliances, and sewing clothes for your seven children. Feed Sacks: True Blue pays homage to the women who did all that and still took the time to stitch rickrack on a dishtowel, embroider a sweet bunny on the bodice of a baby romper, and use up every last scrap to create a quilt of warmth and beauty.
Natalie of Hungry Hippie Sews says her patterns are all about assiting the adventurous beginner or intermediate sewer. Nothing too intense. No focus on absolute perfection. (Gross.) "I want people to create with abandon and fearlessness, listening to a voice of 'happiness in creating' as we recall from childhood."
Inkwell by Jay-Cyn Designs is Birch Fabrics' ode to the classic Black and Cream palette with a little gold metallic surprise! Use any three beautiful canvas to decorate your modern home. Make yourself a full circle skirt with the only double gauze, Birds and Blossoms. Or piece a baby quilt with the eleven yummy poplin. They are also releasing eight amazing knits with 95% cotton, and 5% spandex for a recovery.