I'm so glad it's finally springtime in Michigan-- perfect for my favorite colors and bold prints! Let's take a look at some spring fabric trends and things in the shop I'm loving right now.
Peach is one of my favorite colors, and I'm so excited it's popular right now! Paired with deep navy, lavender, or mint, it's both delicate and fresh. I'm also really into simple quilts with random layouts and a scrappy look. Here's a few of my favorite things in the shop this month that you might have missed.
All 3 Blush Stroke Metallic prints are so pretty, with rose gold (my favorite metal) strokes scattered throughout! The deep navy is really classic and would make gorgeous modern baby quilts.
As soon as we unpacked this print, I knew I had to have it-- honestly you could probably just hang it on the wall and admire the amazing tigers on a gorgeous pearly swirl background!
Cotton lawn is so lovely for both quilts and clothes, and I'm always so excited to get new prints in the shop. The Garden Delight lawns from Cosmo Textiles in Japan feel so cool and smooth, I keep thinking about what a great light summer quilt they would make.
Also from Japan, these geometric dots are printed on a super high quality linen that would make the best tote bag for all my summer books and projects. Teal and peach on a speckled natural background= perfection.
Tonal blenders are always needed for projects, and this one on organic cotton from Cloud 9 is a sweet coral with a modern geometric print.
Double gauze is hands down my favorite warm weather fabric; it's luxurious cotton softness and loose weave crinkles dreamily in quilts, catches every cool breeze in clothes, and adds fun texture to a variety of projects. This pale color looks just like a fresh peach!
Succulents are really having a moment right now, and the serene green, rose, and lavender colors of these plants are so inspiring!
I have to admit, I've been anxiously awaiting this pattern to come back to the shop for a while now. All you need to make the whole quilt is 20 fat quarters (perfect for using a bundle!) and there's only two block designs, meaning easy chain piecing.