Sunday, October 26, 2014

Sunday Stash #253 Mimosa by Another Point of View

Mimosa by Another Point of View for Windham Fabrics | Red Pepper Quilts
Mimosa by Another Point of View for Windham Fabrics
Well, here is a fabric collection that I have 
been impatiently stalking stores for!
Mimosa by Another Point of View for Windham Fabrics | Red Pepper Quilts
Mimosa is a bright and cheerful collection. At first glance it reminds me a little of the much loved Flea Market Fancy collection by Denyse Schmidt; both collections are inspired by traditional feedsack prints. Mimosa is a complete collection, and includes prints with a good variety in scale as well as a mix of floral and all over geometric designs, in both a cool and warm color palette.

Mimosa by Another Point of View for Windham Fabrics | Red Pepper Quilts
I do play favorites with fabric ... so if I had to pick just one print it might be this leaf design in all of the colorways:
Mimosa by Another Point of View for Windham Fabrics | Red Pepper Quilts

... or maybe this leaf design (I do like a print with a clean white background!):
Mimosa by Another Point of View for Windham Fabrics | Red Pepper Quilts

MIMOSA BY ANOTHER POINT OF VIEW is in stores now and available from:
Hawthorne Threads
Westwood Acres
The Fat Quarter Shop
Pink Castle Fabrics
Mimosa by Another Point of View for Windham Fabrics | Red Pepper Quilts

Enjoy Sunday!
Rita

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19 comments:

  1. Love the blues, but wish I could learn to love that shade of green--it's everywhere! I'm with you about the prints with a white background--pops! Thanks for the heads up--I love to find out about a new collection, even if I don't ever buy it!

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  2. These are all wonderful! Thanks for the introduction

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  3. WHat a great collection of colors. I will have to search those out for sure!

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  4. Love the blue-green-grey, that palette is what I love about V & Co's line too.

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  5. Mine just arrived yesterday. Had to have it the second I saw it.

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  6. The cool colour palette is calling my name! Just the sort of fabrics I am drawn to.

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  7. I'm not allowed to buy any more fabric, but I do enjoy looking! These are wonderful, and would play well with Flea Market Fancy.

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  8. Nice review of this line!
    I recently bought some Flower Grid in orange, to represent the Netherlands in a multi-country project. It looks a little Dutch to me, and of course - it's orange!!

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  9. This fabric arrived at my house last week. It really is fabulous! That second leaf print you featured is my favorite. I think I have to use the orange, red & yellow combination first for an Autumn quilt and will save the blue, grey and green for later.

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  10. Ha! I bought this too for the exact reason you mentioned, it reminds me of Flea Market Fancy and I thought it would go well with my stash of Denyse fabrics. I love the vibrant colors! I bought mine at Westwood Acres and got the solids coordinating bundle too.

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  11. Love it! All of it! FMF was what I thought of too, when I first saw this collection :)

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  12. So gorgeous! Thanks for introducing this fabulous fabric collection. Have a super day!

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  13. Thank you for the introduction. These are great!

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  14. Love the bright colors in Mimosa. Can't wait to use it :-)

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  15. My favorite is the dotty flower print in the red, blue, and yellow colorways. I scooped some up from Pink Castle fabrics just last week.

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  16. Those are beautiful! Can't wait to see what you do with them!

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  17. Looking forward to how you use this collection.

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  18. Dear Rita Hodge, thank you for your idea from Tutorial: Cutting and Sewing Free Hand Curves.
    We, me and my mum, have liked it so much that we had must have it! Here is link with a picture ... http://eretti.blogspot.cz/2014/08/na-vlnach-55-metru.html
    I wish you lot of inspiration ;-)

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