Sunday, February 17, 2013

Sunday Stash #175 - Gingham and Summersville Spring

A little basic stashing.
Small Gingham from Riley Blake

Gingham.  The perfect stash builder.  Not unlike your basic dots and stripe fabric this collection by Riley Blake comes in a rainbow of 11 different colors as well as three different sizes.  Pictured here is Small Gingham.  Also available in Medium and Large Gingham.


Gingham by Riley Blake is now available from:
Hawthorne Threads
The Fat Quarter Shop
Fort Worth Fabric Studio

I was also rather excited to receive a complimentary bundle of Summersville Spring by Lucie Summers this week.  The black/white print (second from the left - and called Bloomsbury) may well be my next favorite fabric.  Yardage is heading my way!
Summersville Spring is Lucie's second collection for Moda Fabrics (see Lucie's first collection here).  Summersville Spring consists of 7 different designs in up to five different colorways (not all are pictured here). I am looking forward to cutting into these!

Summersville Spring by Lucie Summers is now available from:
Fabric Worm
Sew Modern Online
Pink Chalk Fabrics
Southern Fabric

Enjoy Sunday!
Rita

13 comments:

  1. I like knowing where to order these fabrics. Thank you.

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  2. More beautiful fabrics! Just curious, is the gingham printed or true woven gingham?

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    1. Hi Steph - the gingham is printed, not woven. Thanks for stopping by! Rita

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  3. Love Summersville Spring! Can't wait to get some. Thanks for letting us know where to get it.

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  4. some beautiful fabrics here, if only I could buy all that I like!!

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  5. Thanks for sharing! I always like everything!

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  6. Great prints! I really like the black and white one on the far left too.

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  7. Oh, in 6th grade we had a dance at the end of the school year and I made myself a green gingham dress with a little jacket. It was so cute. My best friend made the same dress in Pink gingham ~ we look fabulous together!
    Love all the fabrics ~ darn it anyway (what I mean is ~ more to buy)!

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  8. I love gingham! I wish that it was easier to get your hands on woven, 100% cotton gingham, but this is a cute substitute.

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  9. I've always loved gingham. My senior prom dress was a purple gingham "upcycled" dress from my sister. I scattered tiny embroidered tulips to the skirt and thought I looked smashing. My date married me only a few months later, so perhaps I really did.
    Rita, I mentioned you on my Sunday Quilt Inspiration post today and highlighted one of your quilts. Come by to see,
    Mary

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  10. Love the gingham, I bet it would be fun to quilt with multiple sizes for a fun look.

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  11. love the gingham! gingham is one of my favourite fabrics ever. would wear it all summer long if i could.

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