Fall Quilt Market 2012: Adornit

Carolee McMullin’s Adornit touts itself as the crafter’s one-stop shop. Adornit offers scrapbooking papers and trims that coordinate with their fabrics. Adornit, run by Carolee and her three daughters, has been manurfacturing fabric with a company in Korea for three years. Adornit’s fabric is available on their website and quilt shops all over the U.S. ┬áThe lines Adornit featured at Market are Princess, Capri, and Rev ‘Em Up.

Many thanks to Jessica for the pictures!

Princess is a girly collection of polka dots and zebra prints in pink, black, grey and white.



Capri features florals and on-trend chevrons in yellow, turquoise and grey.


The little boy in your life would love a quilt made with Rev ‘Em Up’s racecar motifs in black, red, blue and yellow.

Tina Guthmann is a software developer by day and a quilter and a textile and graphic designer by night. She writes the blog BostonSewer and is also known around the internet as CrimsonBruin.

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