Sunday, December 30, 2012

Sunday Stash #169 - 2WENTY-THR3E

2wenty-thr3e by Eric and Julie Comstock 
for Moda

2wenty-thr3e by Eric and Julie Comstock (the Cosmo Cricket team) is a fun new collection due to hit store in March 2013 - limited pre-cuts have been available since Quilt Market in November 2012.

The collection consists of 8 different designs, each design available in several different colorways ranging from soft yellows (Mustard) to pink (Petal) and grey (Pavement).  Included also are a great selection of text and number prints with a photography and movies/cinema theme.

No collection is complete without a set of basic stash prints - I love these graphic prints!  I think these will combine well with other fabric collections and will probably be the first to make an appearance in my quilt projects.

And last, but certainly not least, are these camera prints - in five different colorways.   So unique and fun, they are definitely my favorite print in this collection.  

I am looking forward to cutting into these ... perhaps even step out of my comfort zone and make a camera bag or a camera strap!

Enjoy Sunday!

2wenty-thr3e by Eric and Julie Comstock is due to arrive in store in March 2013.

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  1. Absolutely beautiful - I've had my eye on these since moda put it up on their site!
    Have a blast sewing with these beauties!

  2. Love the colours in this range

  3. Thanks so much for sharing this new line - the colors are great and just love the mix of styles!!!

  4. Cool collection, can't wait to see it in stores, am already thinking of what I could sew it into. Hmm, what will it be? Thanks for giving us a peek. Happy new year.

  5. awesome line! I love the kaleidoscope prints and the camera ones too.

  6. I love this line. The colors and designs are so well done. Fun novelties mixed with good blenders.


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