Posts tagged ‘spring quilt market 2010’

Spring Quilt Market 2010: Art Gallery Fabrics

Hello, it’s Pat Bravo and I at Quilt Market, just hanging in her booth, pretending to drink tea and not pretending to eat fun-size chocolate bars. We’ve already gotten a glimpse at two thirds of Art Gallery Fabrics’ Fall 2010 collections here, and voilà, here is the third collection, Dreaming in French. I just love [...]

Spring Quilt Market 2010: Alexander Henry – “June” Collection

“June” was another one of Alexander Henry’s featured collections this Market — I think Nicole de Leon described its inspiration as “semi-Matisse.” So lovely. See more colors in the Flickr set. Related posts: Spring Quilt Market 2010: Alexander Henry – Matisse Spring Quilt Market 2010: Alexander Henry – Cotton Lawn Collection Fall Quilt Market 2010: [...]

Spring Quilt Market 2010: Alexander Henry – Indochine

I just had to show you these prints (from Alexander Henry’s Indochine collection) — I think I squealed aloud when they turned to this page in their Big Black Book. So clever! Related posts: Fall Quilt Market 2010: Alexander Henry – Indochine Spring Quilt Market 2010: Alexander Henry – Matisse Spring Quilt Market 2010: Alexander [...]

Spring Quilt Market 2010: Alexander Henry – Retro Christmas

Yay, a Christmas version of Alexander Henry’s popular 2-D Zoo print! Here are more of AH’s retro Christmas fabrics. Christmas fabrics tend to hit the shops in summer; let’s hope these are among them! Again, sorry for the looming shadows on these pictures! My Photoshop-fu only goes so far. Related posts: Fall Quilt Market 2010: [...]

Spring Quilt Market 2010: Alexander Henry – In the Kitchen – Farmdale

Farmdale is a collection under Alexander Henry’s In the Kitchen umbrella, where their retro/kitchen/apron prints live. This is so up my alley — love it! I didn’t get a good shot of the rooster print, so I borrowed the image above from Hancock’s of Paducah, who expect their shipment in August. Related posts: Fall Quilt [...]

Spring Quilt Market 2010: Alexander Henry – Fashionista

Misc. prints (on paper) from Alexander Henry’s ongoing Fashionista line. When I said before that AH has the most apparel-friendly prints in the business, this was the collection I had in mind. These florals are to die for … Related posts: Fall Quilt Market 2010: Alexander Henry – Africa and Fashionista Spring Quilt Market 2010: [...]

Spring Quilt Market 2010: Alexander Henry – Santa Fe and Folklorico

Santa Fe is Alexander Henry’s ongoing line of southwestern-themed prints; Folklorico is their Mexican/Day of the Dead/Catholic-themed line. These are from the “big black book” which means that they have yet to be produced and will be shipped to stores in about six months’ time. It blows my mind that these all come from the [...]

Spring Quilt Market 2010: Alexander Henry – Cotton Lawn Collection

Alexander Henry has always produced the most apparel-friendly prints in the business, so one of my questions for them was going to be “are you ever going to introduce some retail apparel fabrics?” But before I could open my mouth, Nicole laid out before me their brand new cotton lawn collection. People, this stuff is [...]

Spring Quilt Market 2010: Alexander Henry – Matisse

I have a little more from Moda to show you, but I find myself separated from my pictures today, so I will come back to it after showing you Alexander Henry’s new fabrics. Alexander Henry already has a handful of prints inspired by Henri Matisse. As they write on their website: Henri Matisse, who lovingly [...]