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. The 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.