Sunday, September 8, 2013

Sunday Stash #198 Florence by Denyse Schmidt

Florence by Denyse Schmidt
Florence is the latest collection by Denyse Schmidt for FreeSpirit Fabrics.  The vintage inspired collection consists of 26 fabrics in a warm and cool color palette; numerous prints indeed do remind me of feedsack/vintage fabric. Here are some my favorites (I am really taken with the blue/green palette):


I like the inclusion of the plaid prints as well as the shirting-like dainty stripes. Several of these fabrics have already been cut into, in particular the four-dots design (top fabric in the above image and fourth fabric in the image below - which has been used to bind this quilt.)
Florence by Denyse Schmidt is in stores now and available from:
The Fat Quarter Shop
Hawthorne Threads
StashModern Fabric (Etsy)
Westwood Acres (Etsy)
Sew Modern Online
Fabric Worm
Pink Chalk Fabrics
The Intrepid Thread
Fabric Spot
Enjoy Sunday!
Rita

10 comments:

  1. I just bought the fat quarter bundle....can't wait to see what you make with it!

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  2. so many fabrics so little in the purse!! I do like the vintage look that is out at the moment but will have to resist for now.

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  3. How gorgeous.......I am with you I love the blue green. Thanks for sharing. Marie

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  4. This a great collection. My first response to all of the fabrics in a circle was that they looked like men's ties. May be a good collection for making men quilts??

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  5. There are some great fabrics in this collection. Funnily enough...I have just purchased the Between the Lines DS pattern, so am looking for fabrics now....this is for DD for Christmas, so I'd better get it in gear...lol.

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  6. I love this collection. Can't wait to see what you do with it!

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  7. love her collections I'm just not a big fan of all the black she's been adding lately

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  8. I've fallen in love with half a dozen of those fabrics.

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