Entries in Alexander Henry (13)
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First up are the girls on bikes with a bird print.The next photo depicts birds and Butterflies. The third photo more birds and a neat coordinating prints all by Art Gallery.
Whales and Viking Ships By Alexander Henry.
A great group by Dear Stella shown below.
This Group is by Alexander Henry and the last photo is from this same group….
this border print had to be opened to be seen!
Stay Cool! Happy Sewing!
I have had a rule of not reordering prints for the last, oh say, 9 years. I try to push myself to reconsider rules I’ve set and see if they should still apply. I’m tossing this one out, somewhat. I’d still say for about 95% of the prints that come through the door at Bolt, they have one go at it. After all, there are always new things ready to take their place. That said, there have been some things that have been swept right on out of here so quickly, and people have asked about the, and well, they’re just great fabrics. And, they continue to be available, that’s a necessary part of the equation. So, let’s revisit some old friends, shall we?
From top to bottom: a cotton lawn from Alexander Henry (you’ve seen the Josephine sample in the store), a gorgeous ikat from Moda, and the ledger print by Carolyn Friedlander for Robert Kaufman.
How can anyone resist the glittery sugar skulls and other skeleton prints so well done by the folks at Alexander Henry?
Don’t worry, we still continue to have all sorts of brand spankin’ new things coming through the door all the time! This week we’re excited to have a nice selection from Art Gallery, with their silkier-than-others cotton.
One of the groups of fabrics I’m most excited about are the gorgeous traditional ikat sarees from India. These are incredible textiles, simple as that. (They are also pretty challenging to photograph…)
Well last week we received some great new things the day after putting up the last Just In post, of course! So, this week I thought I would include the fact that we received just about the complete line of Shape of Spring, organic cotton prints by Eloise Renouf for Cloud 9. You can see it here. It’s pretty, pretty!
It’s back! The blocky ikat in those great, bright colors that you’ve been asking for is back in stock. It’s the one I used for the whole cloth quilt that has been hanging on the wall lately. We still have more of the three other colors of it too. A couple of classic ticking stripes too!
New, gorgeous Nani Iro prints (the top pic is double gauze, lower pic is sateen) and another Echino cotton/linen dot. These dots make the perfect bag lining, in my opinion.
The latest installment of “The Ghastlies” from the folks at Alexander Henry. Pretty amusing.
And, a little bit of science…See you soon!