Posts tagged ‘rjr’

Quilting Solids Roundup

Solids have gained (re-gained, maybe) a lot of respect as a quilting fabric in recent years. There’s no better proof of that than the abundance of choices on the market now. Manufacturers small and large are offering their own unique palettes. I thought a little overview of what’s available these days might be useful for [...]

RJR: Momma’s Apron Strings

{feed readers, click over to see the fabric slideshow if you don’t see it …} I learned of this brand-new collection through the Fat Quarter Shop‘s Twitter feed … Momma’s Apron Strings, a reproduction line from RJR. This one stands out for including an actual apron pattern pre-printed onto fabric (in two colorways), and ready-to-cut-and-hem [...]

Fabric Forecast 2009: Three Designers

To help kick off the new year, I asked many fabric sellers, designers, and manufacturers the same question: Where is the fabric world (or your corner of it) going in 2009? Today, three designers share their plans for the upcoming year: Birdie Damask, from the Andalucia collection by Patty Young Patty Young, designer of the [...]

FunQuilts Interview: Wild Bunch

Wild Bunch fat quarter collection courtesy RJR Fabrics If you follow my other blog, Dioramarama, you know I’m a big fan of FunQuilts, the husband-and-wife team of Weeks Ringle and Bill Kerr. Together they have written two revolutionary books — The Modern Quilt Workshop and The Quiltmaker’s Color Workshop (née Color Harmony for Quilts), created [...]