Posts tagged ‘novelties’

Spring Quilt Market 2013: Timeless Treasures

Timeless Treasures was HUGE! I could have spent all day looking at the fabric ranges and still not have seen everything. Thank you to Hayden Lees from Timeless Treasures Public Relations for taking me through everything. I loved your skirt, Hayden, made from “Matilda – Leaves” by Alice Kennedy! Lovely.   I really liked the Mini [...]

Fall Quilt Market 2012: Benartex – Kanvas

Kanvas is a new studio under the Benartex umbrella that focuses on more modern and novelty-based collections. They won a double booth award for their display of the Lilly Pulitzer-inspired Lili-fied by designer Greta Lynn.     Rest your eyes with the pastel tones of Cabana, because from here on out it’s going to get [...]

Fall Quilt Market 2012: Michael Miller – Color Stories and Novelties

And finally, here’s the Michael Miller Studio novelty prints and color story groups we can expect this season. They will be arriving in stores now through January 2013. { It’s a Boy Thing }       { Retro – Kids - complete with girl scientists, yay! }         { Sorbet Color Story [...]

Timeless Treasures: Barcode

You have to wonder what secret messages are hidden in this barcode print from Timeless Treasures. Someone bust out your scanner app and enlighten us! Related posts: Timeless Treasures: Elephants on Parade Fall Quilt Market 2010 – Timeless Treasures – More (Mostly Kids’) Novelties Fall Quilt Market 2010 – Timeless Treasures – Alice Kennedy Fall [...]

Fall Quilt Market 2010 – Michael Miller – Clubhouse and More

Another big cool new thing Michael Miller is launching is the Michael Miller Clubhouse. They teamed up with Swirly Girls Design to create a modern version of the hugely popular block of the month-type clubs (that I always hear about but have to admit I didn’t really understand, till now!) This version is one that [...]

Fall Quilt Market 2010 – Timeless Treasures – More (Mostly Kids’) Novelties

Kyla May is an Australian artist with several popular character brands, some of which have their own animated TV series in Australia. Her first brand, Smirk, “is a quirky, sassy collection of characters that combine the simplicity of child drawn stick figures with adult tongue in cheek with and intelligence,” according to her website. It [...]