Posts tagged ‘canada’

Spring Quilt Market 2013: Camelot Fabrics

Camelot Fabrics out of Montreal has undergone big changes in the last few months. Owner Steve Haupt says that the launch last year of Camelot’s new logo was an outward expression of how he envisions Camelot —- “a new, fresh company in an older trade.” Steve notes that one of the big changes is his [...]

Fabrics by Bookhou

Bookhou is a small, family business in Toronto, Canada emphasizing slow design. Arounna Khounnoraj designs the textiles and she has a new collection available now, that was created and hand-screenprinted with her studio assistant. Each of these beautiful prints is available in several colorways. They are online now and also at the brick & mortar [...]

Digital Fabric of the Week: C’est La Viv – Zig Zag

Canadian artist/designer Vivian Ducas, aka C’est La Viv, has met with some wonderful successes in the past year — one of her designs was included’s trends for 2012 and featured on the Today Show! She has added several beautiful collections and individual prints to Spoonflower since I last checked in — Zig Zag combines [...]

Meet the Sponsors: Pam Denesyk of Mad About Patchwork

Mad About Patchwork is a longtime sponsor of True Up, and I was happy to get to know owner Pamela better via my Meet the Sponsors series. MAP is one of the few online shops based in Canada. BUT WAIT! Don’t tune out if you live outside of Canada — Pamela carries lots of stuff [...]

Meet the Sponsors: Hyggeligt

{ Mer Shell Tana Lawn by Liberty of London } Hyggeligt stands out not only for its unusual name — which you’ll learn about below — but for its colorful, sophisticated, focused inventory. Chantal Lynch is the proprietress of this Canadian brick-and-mortar shop, which is located in the Richmond Row District in London, Ontario. The [...]

Spring Quilt Market 2011: Camelot Cottons

Human Element by Billie Davids Camelot Cottons is a Montreal based company, repped by E.E. Schenck here in the States (E.E. Schenck reps a bunch of smaller companies and takes up a HUGE amount of real estate at market). Camelot specializes in paintings turned fabric prints. The scale of the Earth Elements collection was impressive. [...]

New From Repeat

Repeat features hand printed fabrics and notions made by Arounna Khounnoraj (of Bookhou, which has even more lovely textiles) and Roisin Fagan (of Bespoke Uprising — ditto). Their latest design is Laundry Line — looks like it’s not on their website yet, but it is available through their Etsy shop. Keep an eye on their [...]


FLUF is a little two-person operation out of Toronto, Canada that produces its own sustainable fabrics. They started out in 2005 making pillows and eventually expanded to include other products. The fabrics are only sold wholesale (you can buy them online from lovely True Up sponsor Plum Project Studio) but they do offer their pillows, [...]

Quilt Market Fall 2008: Camelot Cottons

I made a beeline for the Camelot Cottons booth because I saw they had a line of Mr Men and Little Miss licensed fabric. Turns out that the artwork is still being finalized so I don’t have anything to show you, but Camelot has a lot of other interesting things happening — they’re definitely a [...]