Today for fabric Friday I thought I'd feature some some domestic fabric that I'm in love with as opposed to showing Japanese made fabric, vintage fabric, or just off beat fabric that I find and that most people can't get.
There is a new line of fabric called 1933 by Chloe's Closet for Moda. I recently acquired 3 of the prints in this line, my favorites of the line. This yellow is adorable and reminds me of the Japanese made reproduction fabrics.
This is my favorite in the 1933 line. This small red print is incredibly cute and even cuter in person.
This red with tiny tiny cherries is also very sweet and goes with so many of the fabrics I already have.
I really like fruit prints and strawberry prints are my favorite of the fruits. This Robert Kaufman fabric has been out for a while, but again reminds me of some of the harder to find Japanese prints. Look how cute that little flower/blossom is. This just reminds me of picking strawberries at a farm near Morgantown, PA with my mom each summer when I was a kid.
This is a strange sized precut from Windham. The cuts here are 5" instead of the traditional jelly roll 2 1/2" so really you can get 2 jelly rolls out of this if you cut it in half. I love the tiny prints in this line.
Here is the line as shown at Fat Quarter Shop. We are having a family girl retreat in September and we are going to make the quilt from the Jelly Roll Quilt-A-Long because it is a great quilt for any level from beginner to advanced. I'm going to half this roll with my sister, Polly, if she wants to use it. We both like tiny prints and this one is really sweet. I may change my mind, you know how that goes. But I do really think this would make a great jelly roll quilt.
Have a great Mother's Day weekend everyone. I hope weather is cooperative. Mothers teach us all we know.