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Entries in ccotton voile (2)

Just (about) in...Solids Sale!

by Gina

A little bit ago we let you know we were transitioning over to a new brand of solids, to the American Made Brand. We are thrilled that the entire color range (minus the 8 or so that we’ve already received) are on their way to us! So, it’s time to mark down the Moda Bella solids we have on hand. All Bella solids will be 30% off until it all finds a new home. Come and get some, and prepare to welcome the U.S. made from start to finish, new solids we’ll have!

And, the latest goodies that have arrived in the past week:

From top to bottom: Cheery, fun colors from Amy Butler’s latest group “Glow.” Linen blends from Robert Kaufman (excellent for all sorts of apparel projects) and a couple more silky soft cotton voile prints from Westminster. And, we’re fully stocked with dish toweling—easy peasy table runner for your next garden harvest dinner party!

See you soon.

Just in: Marcia Derse, Anna Maria Horner voile and Lucky Penny

by Gina

Three new pretty, pretty pieces from oh so talented Marcia Derse arrived this past week.  They go nicely with the few pieces we already had.  Her style is so unique and textural.  I appreciate their simple elegance, natural hues and graphic designs. 

Silky soft, a pleasure to work with, easy to care for, cotton voiles by Anna Maria Horner are here!  New designs from her Field Study line.  Great for some holiday dress making.  Their light weight nature tends to make them more of a warm weather staple, but coupled with a sweater or long sleeve T and leggings (that you made yourself? even better!) and you’re good to go!

I remember ordering this line, Lucky Penny by Alison Glass for Andover, back in the spring and laying out the large pieces of paper with the samples on the floor of the showroom so I could get a good look at them.  Some of the prints are so large, that was the best way to see them.  This group is so fun and gorgeous.  The large scale prints work great for stretched pieces for wall art, quiltbacks, curtains and can be quite interesting in clothing.  I love the rich, warm, jewel tones of this line.