Posts tagged ‘lecien’

Spring Quilt Market 2013: Lecien

Sam supplied me with pictures of Lecien‘s new collections. I like the smaller scale and folky vibe (with text!) of Australian designer Lynette Anderson‘s Wildflower Wood.     Candy Cane Angel is a holiday collection, also by Lynette Anderson:     Snowflake by Meg Hawkey of Crabapple Hill features a big snowflake panel and lots of gold. [...]

Fall Quilt Market 2012: Lecien

Japanese company Lecien always has a strong showing at Market and this time was no exception. Their booth featured the new Folk Tale collection by Natalie Lymer. Folk Tale is full of little elves, woodland animals, birdcages and clocks with a unique mix of pastels and brights. Can you imagine creating party decor featuring this print? The bunting just [...]

Farm Animals From Lecien

These cute and outsider-art-y looking farm animals are on a cotton-linen blend, also in a bright citron colorway. Spotted at Form & Fabric. Related posts: Japanese Fabric of the Week: Floating Animals Kokka Happy Animals Happy Cats and Dogs Daily Swatch: Animals of Spring Kokka Cotton Linen

Japanese Fabric of the Week: Memoire a Paris Cotton Lawn

Planning those spring dresses yet? Memoire a Paris is a group of florals on cotton lawn from Lecien. These are some of the prints in the Fall 2011 collection. Spotted at Matatabi. Related posts: Cosmo Cotton Lawn Japanese Fabric of the Week: Petit Capuchon Budget Cotton Lawns at Fabric.com Spring Quilt Market 2011 – Paris [...]

Fall Quilt Market 2011: Lecien – Woodland by Natalie Lymer

Natalie Lymer, who blogs at Cinderberry Stitches, showed her adorable new collection, Woodland. Related posts: Fall Quilt Market 2012: Lecien Fall Quilt Market 2011: Lecien Fall Quilt Market 2011: Moda – A Stitch in Color by Malka Dubrawsky Fall Quilt Market 2011: Lecien – St. Ives by Sarah Fielke Spring Quilt Market 2011: Lecien

Fall Quilt Market 2011: Lecien

Hello everyone!  Kim was kind enough to let me tag along and help out at Fall Market. I will be posting over the next few weeks with some additional lines that she hasn’t yet covered. First up, Lecien, which is always lovely.  (As an aside, did you know it is pronounced Lew-shen?? I didn’t!). Folk [...]

Preview: St. Ives by Sarah Fielke

Open publication – Free publishing – More fabric Sarah Fielke and her husband Damian have put this little book preview together to introduce her second collection for Lecien, called St. Ives. (Click on the image to make it full screen, or else you won’t be able to read it!) It made me more than a [...]

Fabric Fives: Ayumi Mills

{ Ringo Pie Bee Block by Ayumi Mills } I’ve gotten such a great response to the Fabric Fives posts I’ve been doing with authors on blog tours, I thought I would expand it to include everyone whose sewing, quilting, or tastes in fabric I admire. Ayumi Mills of Pink Penguin was one of the [...]

Textile Stew: 8/2/11

The British brand Horrockses is re-launching this month! See my previous posts on Horrockses. “Cotton that looks like silk” from Reese Scannell in Australia (via Red Pepper Quilts) Casey’s Elegant Musings on Sourcing Vintage Fabric (and new fabric for vintage styles) Previews Tanya Whelan’s new book (out in December) Tilly strike-offs from Daisy Janie Circa [...]