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Fall Quilt Market 2012: Clothworks

As we saw with many companies this Market, Clothworks featured solids. Their goal is to offer their collection, Everyday Organic Solids, at an affordable price. Their organic fabric is surprisingly soft to the touch! The Clothworks booth featured two quilts made from their solids.  I love the colorful sawtooth stars of varying sizes — especially the [...]

Spring Quilt Market 2012: Clothworks

Here’s a look at Clothworks‘ newest offerings. Alyssa Thomas of Penguin & Fish is up first, with her second organic collection Picnic Pals. Clothworks expanded their organic solid colors to go with the Pals, and Alyssa has a companion embroidery pattern which you can get for free by signing up for her newsletter. Which you [...]

Spring Quilt Market 2011: Clothworks

The Clothworks booth really caught my eye. They were one of the few booths to showcase a modern, all solids, quilt and that choice allowed their organic solids to shine (ETA:  Lizzy pointed out that this is her mom Cherry House‘s City Scapes pattern … thanks Lizzy!) Clothworks’ Everyday Organic Solids are 100% GOTS certified and [...]

Spring Quilt Market 2011: Clothworks

The Clothworks booth really caught my eye. They were one of the few booths to showcase a modern, all solids, quilt and that choice allowed their organic solids to shine (ETA:  Lizzy pointed out that this is her mom Cherry House‘s City Scapes pattern … thanks Lizzy!) Clothworks’ Everyday Organic Solids are 100% GOTS certified and [...]

Fall Quilt Market 2010 – Clothworks

Here’s what’s new from Clothworks. Designer Erin Ries caught my eye last market with the collection Milly. Her follow-up is called Paige, and it’s out this winter. Next up, Night and Day, a very contemporary turn by the usually traditional-leaning Skipping Stones Studio. And here’s the next group of Toy Poodle prints from the Japanese [...]

Spring Quilt Market 2010: Clothworks [with Giveaway!]

For the first time, I got to meet with the Seattle-based Clothworks at this Market — more specifically, Brandi Frey, the company’s Marketing Coordinator and half of their blogging team. I have always admired Clothworks’ online presence (their website has everything a gal could ask for in a fabric company website!) and I know they’ve [...]