Sunday, October 9, 2016

Sunday Stash #354 Moving On Lawns Jen Kingwell

Moving On Lawns by Jen Kingwell | © Red Pepper Quilts 2016
Moving On Lawn by Jen Kingwell
for Moda Fabrics

Moving On Lawns is the latest fabric collection by Jen Kingwell for Moda Fabrics. Jen is a quilter and quilt designer, with a unique eye for pattern and rich color. Jen's quilts are often scrappy with many different fabrics, colors, and designs, mingling together to complete her projects. 

Moving On Lawns by Jen Kingwell | © Red Pepper Quilts 2016
Moving On Lawns by Jen Kingwell | © Red Pepper Quilts 2016
Moving On features 34 prints in total - it's a big collection - seven different designs each in up to 6 color ways. The fabric base is cotton lawn; cotton lawn is a high thread count cloth with a smooth even weave and has a silky, untextured feel. It is lighter in weight than quilting cloth and suitable for garment sewing (blouses, dresses, full skirts) and can of course be used to make a quilt.

Moving On Lawns by Jen Kingwell | © Red Pepper Quilts 2016
Moving On Lawns by Jen Kingwell | © Red Pepper Quilts 2016

MOVING ON LAWNS BY JEN KINGWELL is in stores now and available from:
The Fat Quarter Shop
Jones & Vandermeer
Green Fairy Quilts
Urban Spools
I Love Fabric

Moving On Lawns by Jen Kingwell | © Red Pepper Quilts 2016

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5 comments:

  1. This latest fabric collection by Jen Kingwell would be lovely to create with!

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  2. Wow, these patterns are just incredible. I love them

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  3. I think this is a very appealing line (to put it mildly), but the lawn aspect makes me pause, just as I did with KF prints when the base cloth was changed a number of years ago to a much lighter one. Have you worked with these yet, Rita? Are they compatible with quilt fabric, weight wise, or better used mainly with other lawns? Do you think the higher thread count will compensate for the lighter weight when considering future wear? I'd be most interested in your thoughts on this.

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  4. Mmmmmmm! Thank you for putting these in the RPQ spotlight! They are gorgeous!

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