Posts tagged ‘quilting treasures’

Fall Quilt Market 2012: Quilting Treasures

{ Mad Mod } Quilting Treasures featured whimsy, quirky, elegant, contemporary and fun all in one booth. This year’s fall market included licensed designs from Bethany Berndt Shackelford, Roberta Morales,┬áJ. Wecker Frish, Christine Graf, Simon + Kabuki, and Victoria Hutto.   Can’t get enough sock monkeys! These are from Bethany Berndt Shackelford.     WOW! [...]

Poky Little Puppy

The latest in Quilting Treasures‘ Little Golden Books series is The Poky Little Puppy — maybe most iconic Little Golden Book? Also recently released: Scuffy the Tugboat. See the QT Library for all their children’s book fabric panels. Related posts: Tawny Scrawny Lion From Quilting Treasures Quilting Treasures: The Saggy Baggy Elephant Richard Scarry Busytown [...]

Richard Scarry Busytown From Quilting Treasures

And speaking of Quilting Treasures licensed character collections that tug at my nostalgia strings … coming soon (October, I believe) is Richard Scarry’s Busytown. I’ve shared my love for Richard Scarry here before — as a kid I loved Cars and Trucks and Things That Go far more than Barbie! I’d spend hours looking for [...]

Tawny Scrawny Lion From Quilting Treasures

Quilting Treasures produces some of the best licensed character collections! They have already printed a few collections based on classic Little Golden Books, and this one — The Tawny Scrawny Lion — might be my favorite. I’ve never actually read the story, but I love that patchwork print! And it’s time I got some of [...]

Quilting Treasures: Monopoly

Monopoly! How great is that? I’m digging the Chance print above for its simplicity. Really, this makes me want to try my hand at interpreting something like this — a classic game or children’s book — into a fabric collection. That would be fun just for the exercise … What do you think? All the [...]

Quilting Treasures: The Saggy Baggy Elephant

The manufacturer Quilting Treasures has some pretty cool licensing deals — the first of two collections that I’m featuring from those today is The Saggy Baggy Elephant, based on the Little Golden Books classic. I’m not quite as charmed by this collection as I was by the Poky Little Puppy collection, but almost. That last [...]