Sunday, May 24, 2015

Sunday Stash #282 Loominous by Anna Maria Horner

Loominous by Anna Maria Horner for Free Spirit Fabrics | Red Pepper Quilts
Loominous by Anna Maria Horner
for Free Spirit Fabrics
Loominous is Anna Maria Horner's latest fabric collection for Free Spirit Fabrics and it is indeed luminous. Charmed by the texture of woven cloth and inspired by her family history of ornately loomed pieces has resulted in a collection that is both traditional as well as entirely inventive.

Loominous by Anna Maria Horner for Free Spirit Fabrics | Red Pepper Quilts
Loominous by Anna Maria Horner for Free Spirit Fabrics | Red Pepper Quilts

The yarn dyed fabrics (that is, the color is placed in the yarn or threads before weaving as opposed to the color being printed on the fabric after being woven) are richly colored. The collection consists of 27 prints, 3 different color palettes and several designs are available in up to five different colorways. The fabric is cotton and perfect for fashion/garment sewing, and although a lighter weight than standard quilting cotton, there is no reason why it cannot also be used for quilt making.

Loominous by Anna Maria Horner for Free Spirit Fabrics | Red Pepper Quilts

LOOMINOUS BY ANNA MARIA HORNER is available from:
Hawthorne Threads
Stash Fabrics
Fabric Worm
The Intrepid Thread
Pink Castle Fabrics
Fabric Spot

Loominous by Anna Maria Horner for Free Spirit Fabrics | Red Pepper Quilts

Enjoy Sunday!
Rita
Loominous by Anna Maria Horner for Free Spirit Fabrics | Red Pepper Quilts
Enjoy Sunday!
Rita
Loominous by Anna Maria Horner for Free Spirit Fabrics | Red Pepper Quilts
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11 comments:

  1. These are wonderful---- thank you!

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  2. oh my goodness - this looks so so amazing. Do you think it would make nice scarves, or not soft enough? I would love to make a quilt with it, but would be worried about it pulling. Looking forward to seeing what you create Rita :-)

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  3. Those colours! I have the for same question about use for scarves as Deborah who commented about ... otherwise this is screaming out to be a plaid quilt :)

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  4. Such a beautiful collection,Love them all.

    Have a fun day.

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  5. Wow, great finds, Rita. Love the brights. These look really versatile and lovely. I cannot pick a favorite!
    Have a lovely Sunday.

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  6. What a lovely group of color and textures.

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  7. With a collection this vast and different it makes me want to use them all. No reason at all not to use them for a quilt - I'm finishing up the FMQ on mine and hope to bind it this long weekend.

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  8. I agree that the lighter weight won't be a problem for quilts. I have used polycotton gingham in a quilt and it has worked wonderfully well even when combined with quilting cottons.
    The colors of this collection are so rich and inspiring.

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  9. Love the colors. And textures!

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  10. Sure wish I had these brights in my stash !!

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