With Sarah’s ever growing love of plants and nature, Terrestrial focuses her thoughts on the smallest details of plants to a large living wall. She loves to see a rigid concrete surface taken over by climbing, creeping, sprouting organisms. Closing in on a mossy tree, imagining the lichen as an embellishment of sequins and stitches on a rough trunk. Terrestrial is inspired by lines and marks, organic and manmade.
Soft colors and adorable animals make this collection a necessity. Printed on our ever so plush cotton flannel, these sweet creatures make the best cozy apparel or blankets you could imagine. They’re so great in fact, that we decided to add the same prints on quilter’s weight. The options are endless! Included in this collection are 4 solids, each in flannel and quilter’s weight, that coordinate perfectly with the three prints.
‘Whitehaven’ tells a story of an English summer with its vast skies, pretty meadows and gentle flowers. Inspired by memories of long summer holidays as a child, each pattern is named after a place in England that has a particular meaning for me and evokes a special memory. The colour palette is bring yet soft, giving a feeling of warmth and sunsine.
“It all started when I bought Alphild’s house on Elliot Avenue. Meeting Alphild, with her amazing black beehive, dramatic taste in wallpaper, and love of costume jewelry was an unforgettable start to the many happy years I spent living on Elliot Avenue. Each pattern in this collection is named for one of the colorful characters who helped make this street home.
There’s Eyja, the grey cat from Iceland, Frankie with myriad rescue dogs on parade, Rianne and her Swedish décor paired with a kitchen ceiling of Italian glass, Helly the chocolate lab next door, Mia who loved walking through our garden, Claire the designer, and Alena who longed for California…all of these and many more stories are woven into the fabric of Elliot Avenue. I hope you enjoy your stay as much as I did!” – Kirsten Sevig
‘Sow and Sew’ was inspired by the move towards creative lifestyles, sustainability, taking time for yourself, and the simple joy of growing and making things. The imagery is based on new growth and motifs related to allotments, vegetable patches and herb gardens; small ways to connect with nature and the outdoors. These are represented in a clean and contemporary way, with fresh, modern palettes that invite new sewing projects – available on quilter’s cotton and canvas.
No Place Like Home is Leah’s tribute to her favorite childhood tale of The Wonderful Wizard Oz, a story that captured her imagination and transported children everywhere to an intriguing and beautiful far away land dotted with poppies, rainbows, blue birds, and many beloved characters. Her unique and sophisticated interpretation of this childhood classic makes this a collection for both kids and kids at heart.
Inspired by meandering garden paths, the sweet smells, and calm you feel as you walk among flowers. Garden Ramble by Sarah York is a painterly modern take on classic floral themes. This collection is printed on double gauze to make the most beautiful and comfortable apparel.
All sewing patterns shown are by Schnittchen Patterns.
Bohemian Garden by Clairice Gifford combines lush florals, textured geometrics, and a hint of the boho sixties to create an eclectic, nature-inspired collection. Rich colors, blooming flora, and a graphic vintage feel are sure to inspire!
Within the designs of “To Market, To Market”, a nostalgia filled story was woven about an everyday trip to the market. Emily Isabella playfully depicts the canopy of trees that covers your head as you journey along, carefully avoiding the buds that pop out of the sidewalk. The fruits and foliage acquired at the market are put in bowls and vases in your home, all while whispers of a childhood rhyme run through your head.