Sunday, November 27, 2016

Sunday Stash #361 Hop Skip Jump by American Jane Patterns

Hop Skip Jump by Sandy Klop for Moda Fabrics | © Red Pepper Quilts 2016
Hop Skip Jump by Sandy Klop
 of American Jane Patterns
for Moda Fabrics

I love this new collection by American Jane (Sandy Klop)! Hop Skip Jump is a collection of reproduction prints in classic primary colors with all the charm of a bygone era ... and a hop, skip, and a jump. I had trouble choosing a favorite print for there are quite a few designs that I am partial to.

Hop Skip Jump by Sandy Klop for Moda Fabrics | © Red Pepper Quilts 2016
Hop Skip Jump by Sandy Klop for Moda Fabrics | © Red Pepper Quilts 2016

The collections consists of 39 prints plus a panel - 8 unique designs in up to 8 colorways. There are multiple floral prints, as well as checks, checks with and without dots, as well as daisies, daisies that look like dots, and even pindots. All are excellent small scale designs that are perfect stash builders and so easy to use in your sewing projects.

Hop Skip Jump by Sandy Klop for Moda Fabrics | © Red Pepper Quilts 2016
Hop Skip Jump by Sandy Klop for Moda Fabrics | © Red Pepper Quilts 2016
Hop Skip Jump by Sandy Klop for Moda Fabrics | © Red Pepper Quilts 2016

Who doesn't love a rainbow of color? Especially when it is a rainbow of fabric with tiny daisies!

Hop Skip Jump by Sandy Klop for Moda Fabrics | © Red Pepper Quilts 2016
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HOP SKIP JUMP BY AMERICAN JANE PATTERNS is in stores now and available from:
The Fat Quarter Shop
Green Fairy Quilts

Hop Skip Jump by Sandy Klop for Moda Fabrics | © Red Pepper Quilts 2016
Hop Skip Jump by Sandy Klop for Moda Fabrics | © Red Pepper Quilts 2016

Enjoy Sunday!
Rita

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3 comments:

  1. I absolutely adore the 1930s reproduction fabrics. They are so happy and bright! In 1964, my first quilt to work on was a Sunbonnet Sue that my g'ma had started in the early 1930s with leftovers from her three daughters' dresses; the three quilt tops were completed in 1983 by g'ma & g'pa for the girls' Christmas gifts. Thank you!! pj stitches!

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  2. Hop Skip Jump is delightful! I love the oranges and yellows.

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  3. So pretty! Thanks for sharing!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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