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Want a shot at one of these? They are passing them out left and right at Quilt Market, and since you are on the Quilt Market tour bus, perhaps one will find it’s way into your studio!
One of the obvious favorite lines from Quilt Market is little apples by Aneela Hoey of ‘Comfortstitching’. The colors of this line are much more intense than the Sherbet Pips colors and they will be just perfect for summer and fall! Aneela’s booth was too cute for words, so I’ll let a picture do the talking:
Moda was going for a ‘country fair’ theme and I think it really worked! The little apples fabrics really stood out due to the intensity of the aquas and greens and her booth was always crowded.
I loved this little pillow. All of the embroidery in Aneela’s booth must have taken forever, and each piece was so exquisite. Aneela shared her booth with a new designer from across the pond ‘Cabbages and Roses’. They are a mother daughter team and their new line Northcote will be out around the same time as Aneela’s fabric hits the shelves. The fabric is made of light, airy florals and there was a Union Jack quilt made out of it that I could love forever. Unfortunately, I was so in love with this dress, I forgot to take any other pictures!
Needless to say, it is made up of some amazing florals. Dear Cabbages and Roses, I am sure this dress will fit me. Pretty please? <3 a crafty fox
So there you have it. Gorgeous fabrics from Britain. It seems like such great things are happening in the fabric world and so many more choices are being offered.
Now, if you would like a chance to win the little apples mini charm pack (and free pillow pattern designed by Aneela including an embroidery pattern!) here is what you do:
Leave me a comment. It is that easy. I don’t like hoops to jump through, and I am guessing you really just want to put this in your pocket and head to the cosmo cricket booth where they are handing out more mini charm packs (hint!). Leave me a comment saying something nice about someone else, on the blogosphere or not. (preferably not about me, that would just be awkward). I’d love links to what you are talking about, but it isn’t required at all.
Thanks for reading and I can’t wait to share this line with you!
ETA: Please pretty please leave me some way to get in touch with you! I’ll close this giveaway friday night-ish