Tomorrow in my little e-shop I will be listing these lovely pre-release pre cuts from Aneela Hoey, Deb Strain, American Jane and Basic Grey.
Sew Stitchy by Aneela Hoey
This quirky collection is inspired by all things stitchy and is perfect for sewing up cute little pouches, needle books, pincushions and more to keep your notions looking pretty. Of course, you might just want to make a cute quilt to use while dreaming of all those future projects.
Little Black Dress by Basic Grey
Throw on your Little Black Dress from BasicGrey and descend the marble staircase in classic white pearls, satin gloves, lace trimmings, and all the finery. This collection is a smashing symphony of jaw-dropping lace, shatter-the-rules damask, and menswear stripes in bright white, smooth grey, rich blacks, as will as neutral tans and cream.
Spa by Deb Strain
The colors blue and white always seem so clean and fresh. The old blue and white quilts that I collect remind me of a summer morning. Those lovely, cherished quilts inspired this group along with the wide array of blues available. Paired with only white, this color grouping provides a never ending variety of color combinations. Blue and white patterns can range from contemporary to nostalgic – soft and muted to bold and dramatic – light hearted to rich. But always with a clean fresh tone that reminds me of a new day.
School Days by American Jane
If you know a child in elementary school, this line is for you! It is so vintage and yet so current! Moms and Grandmoms are going to have a hay day doing up a child’s whole room! I can see curtains, floor cloth, pillows and of course a quilt or two. I have such good memories of school days! I still love the lined paper and now you have it in fabric with dot to dot words on the border. There are two small florals, plaids, dot to dot pictures and a novelty alphabet! The large floral has a polka dot background which makes it totally delightful, and reminds me of the day when everyone in our third grade class brought our teacher flowers. The classroom smelled delicious and looked beautiful!