Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Flea Market Fancy ~ Legacy Reprint 2012

Flea Market Fancy. So this is where it all started.
Way back then, when my children were still - children - in primary school the release of Flea Market Fancy by Denyse Schmidt sparked an interest in fabric and quilting.  I was surrounded by crafty family and friends (and their fabric stashes and projects) but crafty was just not my thing.  I had dabbled a little, but not with commitment.


And then Flea Market Fancy came along.  The bold colors and simple designs drew me in completely.  Katie Jump Rope also be Denyse Schmidt followed thereafter, and I was committed.  I am a Fabricaholic.  There, I said it.


By popular demand Flea Market Fancy ~ Legacy Reprint is back!  Legacy reprint is a selection of 21 prints from the original range. The hues are refreshed, and the collection includes new colorways of several designs, including two additional grey prints, which I adore!


As much as I like to work on just one quilt project at a time I have had to cut into my Flea Market Fancy fabric stash (and these are still just blocks which goes some way to explaining the mismatched seams).


Flea Market Fancy - Legacy Reprint is only just starting to hit the stores, and selling quickly.  Keep your eye out or sign up for notifications here:

Rita

22 comments:

  1. What a beautiful design already, Rita! How lucky your stores already have FMF. It's fun to see.

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  2. We won't be getting this in the US until March!

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  3. I need to visit Emma! Is the quilt pattern one of yours too Rita?

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  4. I can't wait until mine arrives :) Your quilt is going to be just amazing - as usual!!!

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  5. Can't wait, I already got my preorder in a few months ago. Oh the possibilities with this fabric. I too share a similar story with this line. It drew me back into sewing.

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  6. I guess I can stop hoarding mine from the first time it was released!

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  7. Beautiful post celebrating a beautiful line Rita! I'm sure these sentiments will be echoed in the blogosphere...

    -Lindsay

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  8. Yummy fabric. Cute blocks Rita....how do you make those little cuties?

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  9. I love your fabrics. What is the block called? I love how it brings all those fabulous fabrics together.

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  10. I was at Emma's (Ballarat Patchwork) the day they arrived (Friday 17/2) but as they had not been put on the system, I couldn't purchase any. Imagine my horror to find that over the next couple of days my favourite print had already sold out! Next time I might just camp out until it is available for sale. Just goes to show how popular this collection is.

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  11. Yummy yummy! Loving the blocks, I have been looking for the right blocks for a red and white quilt, love to know if one you made or if you know a tutorial on this block...Kx

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  12. Just went crazy at ballarat patchwork....credit card doesnt like me right now :S

    Beautiful blocks, any chance of a tutorial?

    H

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  13. How much of a certain fabric do you buy if you don't have a particular project in mind.

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  14. This was the line that started my love of quilting too! However it was well after the initial release. I am going to try to get my hands on some but being a student I just don't know if that will happen. Until then I will continue to drool :).

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  15. really - its back? Have heard so much about this fabric line....don't need it but might just have to get my hands on this one!

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  16. I've pre-ordered mine. I sure hope we get notice soon that it is in stock at FQ shop

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  17. This is stunning...I love the block and might borrow it (or something like it!). I've got my FMF all pre-ordered because I was late to the party last time. Can't wait to get it!

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  18. Love Love Love the colours in this. am going to have to get some...Not that i should or need anymore..lol

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  19. I love this. So fresh with the white! Your quilts are inspirational. I have been following you but never commented before.
    sharon
    yankeequilter@gmail.com

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