Posts tagged ‘melissa white’

Fall Quilt Market 2012: FreeSpirit

FreeSpirit fabrics have a special place in my heart — probably because they were the ones who brought us Amy Butler fabric. Do you remember how exciting that was??? I feel like that’s now “back in the day,” that’s how long it’s been. (Is this where I confess that I took a stack of Amy [...]

Spring Quilt Market 2012: Rowan – Melissa White, V&A Museum

Camille by Melissa White, which will also ship in July, is another collection where the botanical prints take on a new look depending on the colors used. Rich greys, loden green and mustard play together quite nicely to offer a modern sensibility.     Bromley by Victoria & Albert Museum turns your head. Particular prints really stand out [...]

Melissa White: Misaki

{ Slavic } Melissa White is the newest designer on Westminster/Rowan‘s power lineup. This first collection, Misaki, is so gorgeous I can hardly stand it. There are eight prints in four colorways apiece — Slavic (my favorite, above), Edo, Jaipur, and Baltic. Which is your favorite? { Edo } { Baltic } { Jaipur } [...]

Spring Quilt Market 2011: Rowan – Melissa White

You might have already seen Melissa White‘s line in your local quilt store, as it started shipping earlier this year. Fairlyte Garden is her first collection with Westminster/Rowan but her background in hand painted interiors, textiles, and frescoes makes it look like an effortless transition. The palette, is again, distinctly Westminster with five prints in [...]