Posts tagged ‘martha negley’

Spring Quilt Market 2012: Rowan – Martha Negley and Dan Bennett

Martha Negley is well known for the realistic touches her work evokes. Most recently she debuted fascinating feathers. Now in the Classics Collection she brings to life elements of the garden and the woodland forest with bold, vibrant colors. Ships this month.           Ruby by Dan Bennett might remind you of fireworks with unexpected and beautiful [...]

Spring Quilt Market 2011: Rowan – Kaffe Fasset Collective and Martha Negley

Westminster/Rowan had fewer of their designers on hand this year, maybe because Spring Market is a bit smaller? No matter, as their fabric offerings were, as usual, stunning (and their partner company FreeSpirit had plenty of designer booths to go around). The Kaffe Fasset Collective is comprised of Kaffe, Brandon Mably, and Philip Jacobs. While [...]

New Release Tuesday

New Release Tuesday is my periodic roundup of new fabric sightings (mostly quilting cotton) . These fresh arrivals have started to arrive in fabric shops and are ready to buy. Retailers, as always, if you carry any of these collections, let us know in the comments. Seems like it’s either feast or famine with new [...]

New Release Tuesday

New Release Tuesday is my weekly roundup of new fabric sightings. These fresh arrivals have started to arrive in fabric shops and are ready to buy. Retailers, as always, if you carry any of these collections, let us know in the comments.   The carnival print from Kokka was probably my single most favorite print [...]

Martha Negley: Variegated Garden

Martha Negley‘s latest collection for Westminster is called Variegated Garden. Like her last collection, Mums, the collection is all florals, emphasizing the gorgeous color palette and celebrating organic shapes and textures. As with FunQuilts’ recent collection for RJR, Wild Bunch, I’m happy to see “underdog” plants that aren’t normally featured in textile patterns: coleus, geranium, [...]

Martha Negley: Mums

Martha Negley has a new collection for Westminster, “Mums.” Except for the tree rings print, which might be one of my favorite contemporary quilting fabrics ever, I have only enjoyed Martha Negley’s fabrics from afar. I love the Kaffe-Fassett hand-painted-looking, supersaturated-color, pattern-explosion aesthetic but maybe I’m a little intimidated by it? Not to mention that [...]