Posts tagged ‘leah duncan’

Spring Quilt Market 2013: Art Gallery Fabrics – Leah Duncan

One of my favorite collections at the Spring Market was Tule, by Leah Duncan. This collection, which was inspired by the vast Nevada landscape, consists of ten patterns in two color stories: Nevada Sun and Arizona Sky. The collection is a modern and energetic take on traditional folk florals, geometrics and textures. Luckily we will [...]

Fall Quilt Market 2012: Anthology Fabrics

    { Deerfield by Adrienne Looman – October 2012 }   Anthology‘s bread and butter is batiks, but they instantly gained the respect of the modern-minded sewist with their print collection when they launched a few years ago. They recently released two collections by Adrienne Looman, both with cute, smaller-scale focus prints and easy coordinates that will fit right [...]

Fall Quilt Market 2011: Anthology Fabrics – Leah Duncan, Amelia Gailey, and Diane Kappa

Quilt Market semi-newcomer Anthology Fabrics continues to expand their print offerings, and I think this season’s collections are going to make them an official power player. Leah Duncan‘s talents have become well known in the design world of late, and now she will have her first quilting cotton collection called Maya. These prints take my [...]

Digital Fabric of the Week: Leah Duncan

I discovered Leah Duncan at the Renegade Craft Fair this year in Austin. Her amazing range of products includes prints, cards, calendars, scarves, tea towels, pillow covers, and digitally printed fabrics. I love her very modern spin on southwestern and Mexican themes that pops up in her work here and there — I’ve never seen [...]