Sunday, May 23, 2010

Sunday Stash #52

And that's 1 whole year of Sunday Stash!

Cloud9 -Beyond the Sea
By Michelle Bencsko


Cloud9 fabrics are 100% certified organic; printed and dyed with low impact materials.  The colors are vibrant, the prints detailed and original. 


Beyond the Sea - Anemone - is a new favorite! Without any doubt I need more of this particular print, what a wonderful quilt backing it would make.

The entire Beyond the Sea range is available at FabricWorm and at Modern Organic Fabrics (on Etsy).

Happy Stashing!

11 comments:

  1. Great stash feature. The sandpipers in particular, but this line in general, are on my "i really want to buy them, but I'm trying to be good" list

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  2. I *just* got some Anenome and Sand Piper in the mail this morning and I agree with you about Anenome! The colors are just so pretty and the print so detailed.

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  3. Congrats on 1 year of stashing...you have inspired me to buy many fabrics!!! xo

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  4. Oh I love that it's organic. Great picks.

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  5. This is a beautiful line of fabrics - Michelle Engel Bencsko is a wonderful designer. I especially like Sandpipers.

    P.S. I want to thank you for recommending "The Gentle Art of Quiltmaking" - I bought it, and it is such a great book. I've been inspired by many of Jane's designs and have so many ideas already!

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  6. HRH, Cloud9 is also being sold here in the UK which a lot of really fab designer fabrics are not - I have to say I'm sorely tempted by the grey windmills maybe to mix with some Hope Valley.

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  7. Fab isn't it?! Can't wait to get more than my little swatch set!

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  8. Blue/teal generally is not my color, but I love this one!

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  9. I love this line so much. I haven't gotten any yet because, well, I'm having a hard time with the organic price, but I just might have to break down and get some soon. Those sand pipers just kill me!

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  10. How scrumptious! I love the anemone too. I wonder if it's too late to insert some in to an already-finished quilt? ;)

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  11. I love Anemone too and just got my first piece. I know it will be he first of many. It is so beautiful and can go with so many other colors and patterns.

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