Posts tagged ‘rosalie quinlan’

Fall Quilt Market 2011: Lecien

Hello everyone!  Kim was kind enough to let me tag along and help out at Fall Market. I will be posting over the next few weeks with some additional lines that she hasn’t yet covered. First up, Lecien, which is always lovely.  (As an aside, did you know it is pronounced Lew-shen?? I didn’t!). Folk [...]

Textile Stew: 8/2/11

The British brand Horrockses is re-launching this month! See my previous posts on Horrockses. “Cotton that looks like silk” from Reese Scannell in Australia (via Red Pepper Quilts) Casey’s Elegant Musings on Sourcing Vintage Fabric (and new fabric for vintage styles) Previews Tanya Whelan’s new book (out in December) Tilly strike-offs from Daisy Janie Circa [...]

Preview: Sweet Broderie by Rosalie Quinlan

Rosalie Quinlan (of Melly & Me fame) has unveiled her next collection for Lecien, Sweet Broderie. I absolutely love it! These simple, versatile geometrics are exactly the kinds of prints I like to use for quilting. Related posts: Japanese Fabric of the Week: Grandmother’s Flower Garden by Rosalie Quinlan Preview: Safari Sweet by Penguin & [...]

Japanese Fabric of the Week: Grandmother’s Flower Garden by Rosalie Quinlan

Grandmother’s Flower Garden is Australian designer Rosalie Quinlan (of Melly & Me fame)’s debut collection of Japanese company Lecien. It has been out in stores for several weeks now. This sweet collection is a tribute to the classic, hexagon-based Grandmother’s Flower Garden quilt. You can use these quilting cottons to make a GFG quilt of [...]

Show Us Your Stash: Collection Edition

I just love it when they all coordinate, don’t you? A stack of Rosalie Quinlan‘s Grandmother’s Flower Garden, from Penelope Waits (blogged here). A stack of Denyse Schmidt’s Katie Jump Rope from Badlands Quilts‘ blog, destined to become a Single Girl quilt. (Total parenthetical: I’ve wanted to make one of those for ages.) A nicely [...]

Fall Quilt Market 2009: Lecien Part II

Here’s more from Lecien. (Part 1 is here, in case you missed it.) More charming vintage reproduction and vintage-inspired collections: The much-anticipated Grandmother’s Flower Garden from Rosalie Quinlan. Kicking myself for not getting a quilt picture, but fortunately GFG is well documented on Rosalie’s blog and on Ever Kelly. Ms. Pam Kitty Morning made one [...]

Textile Stew: 07/28/09

Cicada Daydream: Shade Garden Preview … and Cloud9 has also updated its website with images of their first collection. Hoedown Barn Dance fabric at Reprodepot Saídos da Concha: Dress to Impress :: SoHoMode jezze: Birds of a Feather – South African textile designers featured in Obrigado magazine Rosalie Quinlan got her bolts of her Grandmother’s [...]