9.19.2013

A few fabric shops . . .

I wanted to introduce you to a few shops who have been so kind in supporting me as I prepare to release my first paper pieced pattern.   I am always amazed at people's generosity and support in the sewing community, and I feel so blessed.

When I sought out fabric shops for my giveaway day, I chose high quality shops with a fresh, modern perspective on design.  I feel these shops are a good representation of who I am, and I feel confident in saying that I think you will be pleased with each of these shops.  Each shop brings a little something different to the table.

The shops below are showing their support by hosting giveaways to celebrate the day my paper pieced pattern goes on sale, and I could not be more thrilled.  I hope you are excited too!  :)

My pattern will be on sale September 24th, and it is the perfect scrap buster!  I will share with you all the details on the 24th along with the giveaways, but today I wanted to shine the spot light on these fabric shops.

*I was not paid for this post, and the shops below are not aware of this post.  There are no affiliate links, and all opinions are mine.  Enjoy! :)




I am excited maze & vale is participating because I sure do love screen printed fabric.  Leslie has a keen eye for design.  Her designs are sweet, fresh, and modern.   maze & vale uses muted tones and natural fibers creating a look of its own.  I'm just itching to make a maze & vale quilt.



Find maze & vale elsewhere: EtsyFacebook, Blog, Pinterest, Instagram, Flickr





Erin, the owner of Mina Prints, also offers customers screen printed fabric.  Mina Prints offers designs in lovely, bright colors that I am sure will appeal to many people.   I love her sampling of fabrics in this mini quilt.




Find Mina Prints elsewhere: Etsy, Blog



I am happy to be working with Poppyseed Fabrics again.  They were the first company to introduce me to shop quality quilting cottons.  I made adorable trousers using Anna Maria Horner's reversible pants pattern using a few fabrics from Poppyseed Fabrics.  Kimberly is so sweet and fun.  She offers excellent customer service, fast shipping, and has a great selection of fabrics.  She carries a variety of yardage and  bundles that her shop puts together, which is awesome for those of us who have a hard time coordinating prints.  If you know what you want, you can create your own bundle too!



Find Poppyseed Fabrics elsewhere:  Facebook, Blog, Etsy circle 




Jennifer, owner of Tactile Fabrics, offers a nice selection of modern fabrics.  My orders have always arrived quickly to my doorstep, and customer service is great.  Tactile Fabrics offers custom bundles and cuts, including fat and skinny eighths!



Find Tactile Fabrics elsewhere:  Facebook,  Twitter



I was introduced to Fat Quarter Shop once I began quilting a little over a year and a half ago.  They are the largest out of the shops mentioned above, and they have a selection of fabrics ranging from modern designs to batiks.  They also carry  quilt kits and patterns too.   You get free shipping on orders over $200, and sometimes they have coupon codes too.  :)



Find Fat Quarter Shop elsewhere:  Facebook, Twitter, and on their blog.


Make sure to visit these shops to see their full selections.  I want to send a huge thank you to the shops mentioned above.  I truly appreciate your participation!

Wouldn't you love to see some of these fabrics in your hands?  I hope you'll join us in the festivities on the 24th!  :)

xx nancy

13 comments:

  1. I will be joining you for sure!! I have used most of these shops in feeding my fabric addiction :-) but had never seen/found Mina + Maze&Vale...new avenues :-)

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  2. I adore maze and vale fabrics (I managed to get one of Leslie's sample packs earlier in the year) and of course FQS. I can't wait to see your pattern!

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  3. Very well done. Some of these shops are new to me. Thanks for the links.

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  4. A quilt for sure! With some matching pillow cases. Would be perfect for a toddler room!

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  5. A quilt for sure! With some matching pillow cases. Would be perfect for a toddler room!

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  6. I'm in a medallion-along and I think these would make great borders! Thanks for the chance!

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  7. This would make a beautiful tote bag.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  8. New follower through GFC.
    Thanks,
    Peggy
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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  9. I would make two baby quilts for my newborn twins :)

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  10. I would definitely start with a cute pillow sham for my daughter's room!

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