Posts tagged ‘juvenile’

New Knits at Ottobre

It has been a while, so I checked in on Ottobre‘s Etsy shop to see the newest knit prints. These are definitely a splurge, but you are getting quality fabric from Europe in unique prints, and hey, kid’s clothes don’t use too much yardage, right? This last one is inspired the Norwegian tradition of telling [...]

Fall Quilt Market 2012: Avlyn

Avyln had a few new batik patterns to share – first up, their popular Western-themed line, Fandango, but in colors for the ladies rather than the ranch hands: { Fandango hats, boots and horses } Next up, The Java Origins line (check out the firebirds and turtles):      Some great “solid” blenders : and Cascade [...]

Fall Quilt Market 2012: Michael Miller – Patty Sloniger

In 2011, Michael Miller partnered with Spoonflower to launch Project Selvage. Project Selvage was an opportunity for designers to make the jump from Spoonflower to being a licensed designer for Michael Miller. Patty Sloniger was the  winner of Project Selvage with her collection Backyard Baby.  At Market, her booth was centered on her collection Les [...]

Spring Quilt Market 2012: Birch Fabrics – Future Collections

  Birch Fabrics also gave a glimpse at their collections coming later this summer into early fall. They’re adding a new designer to their roster, Rebekah Ginda, and you can see her debut organic collection below! First, Dan Stiles’ third collection for Birch, Safari Soiree. As is becoming one of Birch’s signature moves, the collection [...]

Fall Quilt Market 2011: Kiyohara – Bon Poche by marini*monteany

Bon Poche is a retro, very wonderful, multilingual, and slightly weird (= right up my alley!) children’s collection by marini*monteany for Kiyohara. In addition to a full line of cotton prints, there are also patches, iron-ons, ribbons, and other notions. marini*monteany is a duo of artists/illustrators who make children’s books as well as fine art. [...]

Fall Quilt Market 2011: P&B Textiles – What a World by Jill Mcdonald

Jill McDonald is a surface designer and illustrator specializing in children’s prints. What a World, her first collection for P&B, is an ultra cute, panel-rific take on the Small World theme. Related posts: Fall Quilt Market 2012: P&B Textiles Fall Quilt Market 2011: P&B Textiles – Adeline by Nancy Mahoney Fall Quilt Market 2011: P&B [...]

Knits and More at Kumquat

I posted about Kumquat a couple years ago — I just checked in again and found some new cute knits (including several sought-after stripes) and wovens for the wee ones, in addition to their adorable baby clothes. Related posts: Kumquat New Knits at Ottobre Striped Knits at Raystitch Knits by Loomservice New Indie Fabric Shop [...]

Eleanor Grosch: Zoo Menagerie

{ Zoo Menagerie – Green Colorway } I love love love Eleanor Grosch. The Philadelphia-based illustrator is best known for her retro-modern, graphic animal illustrations. I loved her collection for Keds, and in fact I still have these shoes which I wore to death and are really decrepit now but I can’t bear to get [...]

Erin McMorris: Irving Street Flannel

Erin McMorris‘ followup to her wonderful Weekends is Irving Street Flannel, a bright, cheery kid’s collection in three colorways inspired by her hometown of Portland, OR. Makes me want to move to there … but then again, what doesn’t? Irving Street is available in stores now. Related posts: Preview: Erin McMorris’ Weekends Erin McMorris: Park [...]