Posts tagged ‘kids’

New Knits and Cottons by Hamburger Liebe

{ Happy } Susanne Firmenich aka Hamburger Liebe‘s debut collections for Hilco were (naturally) a big success! Her subsequent collections have been coming out over the past few months and it looks like there will be a steady supply of her great prints for all ages on jersey knits, cottons, and coordinating ribbons. You can [...]

Knits at Mussukat

Finland has a thriving market for garment sewing, especially for kid’s clothes. Pair that with the country’s traditions in print design and, no surprise, there are tons of great apparel fabric prints to be found there. There seem to be quite a few little boutiques that sell knits, velour, terry, bamboo fabrics, and other stretch [...]

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: Kids Collections and Basics

Jack & Lulu, Dear Stella‘s one and only licensed designer (all other collections are in-house), has a second collection out now that is quite irresistible. Their first, Shore Thing, was about the beach, and they go futher out to sea with All Hands on Deck.   Playdate (Stella’s ongoing kids collection) is an assortment of [...]

Fall Quilt Market 2012: Blank Quilting

  Here are the latest offerings from Blank: Caravan has two colorways, below:   { Madeline }   Byblos has some jazzy companions and blenders.     Carrara looks like hand marbled book binding paper.   Blank also had some bright and happy kids’ prints, with plenty of owls, birdies, bugs and butterflies:   … Sam [...]

Fall Quilt Market 2012: Robert Kaufman – Kids and Novelties

Robert Kaufman has some great novelty/kids collections coming up. Yeti, anthropomorphized sushi, ninja, growth charts on fabric, and cute new takes on mainstays like Paris and forest critters. First up: Ann Kelle‘s Woodland Pals. And before scrolling down, guess which Seuss book RK is bringing to fabric next? Bright and Buzzy by Laurie Wisbrun includes a [...]

Fall Quilt Market 2012: Michael Miller – Color Stories and Novelties

And finally, here’s the Michael Miller Studio novelty prints and color story groups we can expect this season. They will be arriving in stores now through January 2013. { It’s a Boy Thing }       { Retro – Kids - complete with girl scientists, yay! }         { Sorbet Color Story [...]

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 [...]

Fall Quilt Market 2012: In the Beginning

Seattle’s In the Beginning Fabrics is feeding the modern quilt movement’s hunger for simple, unfussy, graphic prints and interesting solids with Bloom Modern by Jason Yenter (March 2013) and Modern Solids, which are yarn-dyed and use subtly different thread colors for the warp and weft, which add a bit of depth and dimension to these [...]