Fall Quilt Market 2010: Alexander Henry – Nicole’s Prints and More

Alexander Henry - Nicole's Prints (2011)

So, in conclusion, Alexander Henry continues to be awesome and have way more goodness than any one person can handle. Last but not least, some highlights from the Nicole’s Prints collection, an assorted bunch of mini-collections. This time we have a Hawaiiana collection, the least-safe-for-work beefcake print I’ve seen from them yet, some irresistible cupcakes and happy hearts, and a Day of the Dead toile. My inner Tenacious D fan is pleased by the dragons.

Alexander Henry - Nicole's Prints (2011)

Alexander Henry - Nicole's Prints (2011)

Alexander Henry - Nicole's Prints (2011)

Alexander Henry - Nicole's Prints (2011)

Alexander Henry - Nicole's Prints (2011)

Alexander Henry - Nicole's Prints (2011)

Alexander Henry - Nicole's Prints (2011)

Alexander Henry - Nicole's Prints (2011)

I love the chartreuse pony in this Santa Fe group, and Twin Peaks (the outdoorsy prints), always a showcase for their incredible versatility with the paintbrush, features these speedboats in with the usual forest landscapes.

See all the Alexander Henry pictures from Fall Quilt Market 2010 together here on Flickr.

4 Comments

  1. Sarah M says:

    Thank you soooo much for sharing all these AH photos – I am freaking out over the day of the dead toile (you can’t convince me that’s not straight out of “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies”). Also totally loving the speedboat fabric – those are vintage Chris Crafts, if I’m not mistaken. Plus all the very cool home dec prints…just fabulous.

  2. Kristin says:

    What is UP with those beefcake prints?! They must sell well because they keep producing them, but it is such a mystery! I keep waiting to see one in use, but I guess I’m not hanging around the right people, lol!

  3. Kim says:

    Kristin, I don’t know! I even talked to Nicole and Phillip about it and it’s mysterious to them as well. I will have to dedicate a post to these prints — I bet the readers have some good ideas/sightings!

  4. Aimee says:

    I too am loving the new Alexander Henry prints.
    I just stumbled upon some vintage 60′s Alexander Henry prints in my stash.
    They are just as bright and whimsical as todays prints!
    They never cease to amaze me…and usually they are the first prints I flock to in the fabric store!