Entries in Anna Maria Horner (6)
by Gina, photos by Heather
As I’ve said before, I feel like a thousand times, I am a big fan of Anna Maria Horner’s designs. I love her large scale prints. These prints are on a light-medium weight cotton linen blend and are gorgeous. I’m thinking new living room curtains, or a really amazing quilt back. The colors are astounding. These bolts need to be opened up for sure, so you can really take in the design.
Lotta Jansdotter’s newest group, Glimma just arrived. We have both medium weight cotton prints and canvas (the stack off to the right in the back). She’s done it again, with clean, modern, easy to use designs. Some new totes for going to the pool this summer just may be in order!
Pretty, pretty indigo and white from Dear Stella’s Ravena line. Crisp, clean, feels like spring. Another group just in from DS is Va Bene! Fun Italian images: maps, scooters and tomatoes.
Sweet new organic cotton prints from Birch are here—Yay Day! Animals parading, confetti dots, soft, but not too muted of colors. I particularly like the garland around the doe’s neck. Very sweet.
And some amazing color combos from Kaffe Fassett and Brandon Mably. Enjoy!
It may be quicker to let you know what isn’t new right now! Not really, but we do have so many new things. It’s a bit crazy. Let’s get started, shall we?
We’ll start off with the non-fabric newbies. A fresh box of ribbons! Including some designed by Amy Butler and Anna Maria Horner. Lovely, lovely.
The latest, and very cute, patterns from Sew Liberated.
Our new outdoor fabric selection. We’re pretty excited to offer this!
New canvas and medium weight cottons from Premier Prints.
Gorgeous light weight cotton and cotton/silk. So soft and elegant.
More and more knits! The middle one has hot pink flocked stars…oh yeah.
Cotton, linen, hemp blend and more cotton.
Spring House from Moda.
Cameras and raffle tickets in 2wenty Thr3e also from Moda.
Whew, there you have it. A glimpse of just some of the new goodies that await you. A huge thank you to Hannah and Heather for help with the pictures.
And, don’t forget there’s just a few more days to our March Madness promotion!
Oh yeah, start shopping Supportlanders! Starting midnight tonight, your Supportland points magically double for 24 short hours. We just changed our reward to a free pattern of your choice for 95 points. And, to show off some of the choices…
Just two of the many women’s dress patterns we stock. The Diane Kimono Dress on the right is a new sample the talented April made up during our retreat. It looks beautiful in our cotton voile.
Two great kids’ clothing patterns to enjoy. The Anna Maria Horner one, All Set, is a great deal with five different items included! And, the Juliette, by Violette Field Threads is a new pattern for us. We picked up a number of girls’ designs from this designer, so be sure to flip through the kids’ pattern bin to see the others!
If it’s quilt making you desire, we’ve got you covered there too! New to the store, Lunden Designs’ Northern Exposure, features a basic block, looking fabulously woodsy done up with the line mentioned here. And, well, how can you resist big, bright flowers in the middle of February in Oregon?
And, a couple of bag patterns to round out the choices. We’ve carried other great designs by Jen Giddens and have been quite happy with them. In fact, April made up one of her other bags on the retreat as well, you can see it in the store. And, Miss Hannah made up the modern, chic Daily News Bag a little bit ago and it’s currently in the store too. Come check ‘em out and pick out your next project!