Friday, January 16, 2015

Fabric Roundup Friday | January 16, 2015


It's Friday and that means we are getting all of the new collection together in one place for the weekly roundup! This week at Shabby Fabrics we have been very busy preparing for Road to California! This quilters conference and showcase is HUGE and we are so happy to be going back for our fourth year this year. You can come see us at booth 129-133!

Anyways, back to the important stuff: the fabric! Even though we have been hectically prepping for the show we have added some beautiful new collections to Our Shop this week!


First, we have Fresh Lilacs by Debbie Beaves for Maywood Studio Fabrics. This collection will make you feel like you are walking along a lilac hedgerow! It is so beautiful and features florals and vines in gorgeous shades of purple and green.

Next up this week is a collection called Catalina by Marti Michell for Maywood Studio Fabrics. The flowers in this collection are in tropical shades of orange, yellow, and pink. The bright floral prints are balanced wonderfully with fabrics that feature vines and other accent fabrics in shades of green and pink.

The next new collection for the week is Sunrise Studio Holly Holderman for LakeHouse Dry Goods. This collection is so bright and happy. It features simple hexagon flowers and scallops in bright blues, greens, pinks, and purples.

The last collection of the week is a BIG one! Color Theory by V & Co. for Moda Fabrics is modern and bold. This collection has six  color schemes that we are offering in six different fat quarter sets. The featured colors are grey, lime, hot pink, navy, teal, and mustard. To see each one a little closer and take a look at the FQ sets, jelly roll, charm pack, and layer cake head over to Our Shop! Here is a collage of all of the fabrics we are offering from this collection:


Full List of Featured Collections:
Color Theory by V & Co. for Moda Fabrics

What is your favorite collection of the week? Let us know in the comments!

1 comment:

  1. I really like Color Theory, the patterns are really interesting and the colours nice and bright!

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