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A Walk in the Woods
by Whistler Studios for Windham Fabrics

Pen & Paper
by Maude Asbury for Blend Fabrics

Gilded Greenery Metallic
by Moda Fabrics

Merry & Bright
by Cori Dantini for Blend Fabrics

A Winter's Tail
by Elizabeth Grubaugh for Blend Fabrics

Dream Big
Digital Print by Jeanie Sumrall-Ajero for Hoffman Fabrics

Winter Village
Winter Village by Basic Grey for Moda. Winter is a time for talks beside the fire, warm quilts and the comfort of home.

Swell Christmas
by Urban Chiks For Moda

Vintage Holiday
By Bonnie and Camille for Moda

Flower Child
by Maureen Cracknell for AGF

Fall Goodness
by Cori Dantini for Blend Fabrics

by Katarina Rocella for Art Gallery Fabrics

Printemps Fusion
by various designers for Art Gallery Fabrics (April Rhodes, Maureen Cracknell, Katarina Roccella, Pat Bravo, Bonnie Christine, Sharon Holland, Amy Sinibaldi)

Fusion Splendid
by various designers for Art Gallery Fabrics (Bari J., Katarina Roccella, Pat Bravo, Bonnie Christine, Sharon Holland)

Painted Garden
by Crystal Manning for Moda

Flower Shop
By Patty Sloniger for Michael Miller

by Basic Grey for Moda

All Stars by Tula Pink
The favorites reprinted for your ENJOYMENT!!

Strawberry Tea
By Axelle Design For Michael Miller Fabrics

by Moda

Ombre Confetti Metallic
by V and Co. for Moda

Mama's Cottage
by April Rosenthal for Moda

Blushing Peonies
by Robin Pickens for Moda

by Shannon Gillman Orr for Moda

by Another Point of View for Windham Fabrics

Midnight Garden
Midnight Garden from One Canoe Two for Moda

Big Sky
by Annie Brady for Moda Fabrics

Spirit Animal
by Tula Pink for Free Spirit

Rainforest Slumber
by Katy Tanis for Blend Fabrics

by Gingiber for Moda

Floral Retrospective
by Anna Maria Horner for Free Spirit fabrics

Hushabye Hollow
by Lydia Nelson of Dreamy Quilts for Moda

Designed by Amy Reber for Free Spirit Fabrics

by Amelia Caruso for Robert Kaufman Fabrics

Best Day Ever
By Cori Dantini for Blend Fabrics

Christmas Dear
by Stacy Peterson for Blend Fabrics

Queen of We'en
by Janet Wecker Frisch

Notepad is a fun, fresh new collection from Another Point of View. This big collection of tiny prints is presented in a modern orange, citron, plum, teal and indigo color palette; perfect for modern scrappy quilts or for use as backgrounds and blenders.

by Stacy Iset Hsu

Mingle & Jingle
by Ink & Arrow for Quilting Treasures

Art Gallery Florals
Various beautiful florals by Art Gallery

Bake Shop
Bake Shop by Patty Sloniger for Michael Miller Fabrics

Birch Fabrics - Maritime by Charley Harper
100 % Organic Cotton Charley Harper designs for Birch Fabrics

Black & White 2016 by Cotton and Steel

Come Dive With Me
A new collection by Whistler Studios, this underwater themed collection is perfect for the aquatic adventurer in your life.

By Basic Grey for Moda

Cotton and Steel
Picnic, Honeymoon, Playful and Basics

Dapper by Tim Holtz - Eclectic Elements

English Garden
by Snow Leopard Designs for Free Spirit

Feathers & Flourishes
by Amanda Murphy for Contempo Studio (Benartex)

by Zen Chic for Moda

by Moda

by Bonnie and Camille for Moda

Designed by Natalie Barnes of Beyond the Reef patterns for Windham Fabrics

Dream of peaceful meadows and woodland creatures with this new line by Stacy Peterson

Just Another Walk in the Woods (Hansel & Gretel)

Kaffe Fassett
for Rowan

Knock on Wood
by Deena Rutter for Riley Blake

Lulu Lane
By Corey Yoder for Moda

Millie Fleur
by Bari J for Art Gallery Fabrics

Muslin Mates
by Moda

Natural World
by Snow Leopard Designs for Free Sprit

by Maureen Cracknell for Art Gallery

Not Your Garden Variety
by Cindy Sepp for Studio 8

Designed by Amy Sinibaldi for Art Gallery Fabrics

Soul Mate
by Amy Butler for Free Spirit

by Bonnie Christine for Art Gallery Fabrics

Sunday Sampler

The Dress
by Laura Heine for Free Spirit

by Gingiber for Moda

Treehouse Club
by Sweetwater for Moda

by Laura Gunn from Michael Miller

Woodland Clearing Lawn
by Liesl Gibson for Robert Kaufman Lawn is a lightweight, sheer cloth, crisper than voile but not as crisp as organdy. Lawn is known for its semi-transparency, which can range from gauzy or sheer to an almost opaque effect.

Wove It or Weave It
by Michael Miller