Monday, January 21, 2013

Ramble - Exquisite Quilting Cotton Prints

One of my favorite pastimes is window-shopping fabrics. When I find something that speaks to me in some way, I save the thumbnail pic, name, and source in a 'Palettes' folder on my laptop. Fun and very inexpensive!

I particularly love printed quilting cottons - so many beautiful designs and brilliant color schemes. Here are some of my latest 'finds', a little Monday morning pictorial.

Alexander Henry Barcelona
Hawthorne Threads

In the Beginning Botanica
AZ Quilts

In the Beginning Botanica
AZ Quilts

Robert Kaufman Poppy Symmetry
eQuilter

Alexander Henry Ramblas Stripe
Hawthorne Threads

Alexander Henry Somerville Study
Pink Chalk

Falling Leaves - Tree Ring Squares
eQuilter

Notting Hill - Pristine Poppy
eQuilter

Happy Harlequin - Mesmerizing Morning Glory
eQuilter

Juggling Summer - Ring Toss
eQuilter

Light Fantastic - Shimmering Swirls
eQuilter

Mark Lipinski Zazzle Cobalt Vine Cogs
ChristaQuilts

Light Fantastic - Stained Glass Garden
eQuilter

Moda Over Rainbow Batiks Horizon Garden
Hancocks of Paducah

Morris Meadows - Kelmscott Rose
eQuilter

New Beginnings Wild Roses
eQuilter

Robert Kaufman Batiks Allegro Abstract Roses
Hancocks of Paducah

Robert Kaufman Batiks Concerto Spiro Bloom
Hancocks of Paducah

Robert Kaufman Batiks Posies Begonia Leaf
Hancocks of Paducah

Robert Kaufman Weatherd Kanji Parchment
 Hancocks of Paducah

Robert Kaufman Passage To India Sari Bloom
Hancocks of Paducah

Robert Kaufman Way Out West Bandana
Hancocks of Paducah

Westminster Brandon Mabley Bones
Hancocks of Paducah

Wild Garden - African Daisy
eQuilter

Ciao! Coco

6 comments:

  1. Tasty post! I'll take 5 yards of each....wait, stash busting....make that 3 yards.

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  2. Beautiful fabric...love the "in the beginning bontanica". Fun way to start out my morning!

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  3. lots of lovely prints there, if I was to choose only one, it would be Light Fantastic - Shimmering Swirls

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  4. Coco can you be my international fabric consultant? some of these are so beautiful I want to frame them!

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    1. I'm with you - they are frameable. Imagine making something so beautiful in a fabric. Love looking for them.

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  5. Those are glorious. Very cheering to look at!

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I love it that you came by...and thank you for your comments! Coco