Sunday, January 27, 2013

Sunday Stash #173 - Micro Mod by Rob Bancroft

Micro Mod by Rob Bancroft for:
Micro Mod is Rob Bancroft's debut collection for Cloud 9 Fabrics.  Micro Mod is a collection of 12 fabrics featuring a set of retro-inspired geometric prints on a intimate scale; 7 small scale designs in not necessarily a masculine palette - black, grey, teal, purple, and a touch of rusty orange and mustard yellow.

Seaweed in Teal, Vertigo in Teal, Tick Tock in White, Night Vision in Teal

Seaweed in Purple, Vertigo in Purple, Tick Tock in Teal
Hey look!  Some much need purple fabrics for my stash.  

Arches in Grey, Library, Arches in Black, Night Vision in Black, and Zombie.

Micro Mod is a modern -100% Certified Organic - graphic collection that immediately appealed to my eye for clear pattern and color.  I am particularly drawn to the black/white fabrics (pictured above), which will  compliment my stash perfectly.  The purple fabrics will be my challenge prints.  I do like the color purple but  continue to struggle to use purple in my quilts.

Micro Mod by Rob Bancroft is available from:

Enjoy Sunday!
Rita

Disclosure:  This Micro Mod bundle of fabric was sent to me courtesy of Cloud 9 Fabrics without obligation - the words, photos and opinions however are all mine.  No persuasion needed.

25 comments:

  1. Lol! No persuasion needed indeed!! I love that Tick Tock print. Very retro!

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  2. I think they appear a little on the masculine side, however its nice that it is after all the flowery stuff. The guys have suffered LONG enough! LOL!
    ;-)

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  4. I like Zombie - it looks like a bicycle chain!

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  5. The fabric has a mid sixties vibe.... the decade, not the age of course. My mother sewed everything I wore and I had a blinding flashback when I gazed at the three palettes. I'm pretty sure my feet rose briefly off of the floor.
    You are an artist and I am always inspired and delighted by your quilts. Thankyou, thankyou for sharing.

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  6. It is hard to believe how patterns and colors come back into style. I love the teal.

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  7. Funny, I just bought the purples because I was low(none) to choose from

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  8. Love the fabric. Funny indeed, purple is one of my favourite colours but I tend to useo red.

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  9. What fabulous quirky prints! Love the purples!

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  10. They are very quirky, quite masculine prints, I would really struggle to know how to show them off best, I have no doubt they'll look beautiful no matter what you do with them.

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  11. Wowza (a new word taught to me by a 3 yr old) what a wonderful collection.

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  12. Very good modern basics - will keep this collection in mind, for sure!

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  13. A bit of a departure with respect to the colorway from what I usually see here, it will be interesting to see what you create with this set. I love the interesting designs of the fabrics and the colors, can't wait to purchase as many of this set as I can find!

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  14. Love this line and wondering what you'll do with it!

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  15. Lovely bold textures to those. I think the will make a great contrast against white.. fantastic fabrics!

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  16. Oh gosh, I really really like these prints! I'll be needing to add several to my stash --- thanks for bringing them to my attention :D!

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  17. I'm in need of some purples for my stash, too, and I'm loving it with the greys. Loving this collection!

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  18. Hi!
    I just have to tell you that I LOVE your blog!
    I have actually gone through ALL of your posts :)
    That took me a while...

    I am sooooo inspired, both by your patterns and fabric choices.

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  19. Love this line. Need to get some!!

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