Thursday, 26 September 2013

Art Gallery Fabric Love

I just had to share these stunning new collections from Art Gallery Fabrics, they just around about 30 mins ago and I am smitten.  I am having to fight the temptation to just sit there and stroke them for the rest of the afternoon.  They are premium cotton fabrics with a high thread count which makes them all the more strokable...

The collections are, from left to right,

Squared Elements - A new blender print which mixes very nicely with their other collections.

Bijoux by Bari J - A colourful range with burgandy, ochre and brown in a series of bold prints.  I love the inspirational montage for this collection pictured below.

Reminisce by Bonnie Christine - A subtler colour palette of sugar coloured hues reminiscent of the summer days.

Nordika by Jeni Baker - My personal favourite a rich colour palette and Scandinavian style prints I can see working well for bags, gadget cases or quilting.
Nordika from Art Gallery Fabrics
These fabrics came from Hantex who are the UK distributors of Art Gallery Fabrics in the UK.  They have full details of all the Art Gallery Ranges on their site as well as a funky swatch tool which allows you to create your own bundle combos.

You can find Art Gallery Fabric at The Village Haberdashery, Backstitch, JuberryFrumble and Patchwork Dreamer.

We've been using Art Gallery Fabrics for a series of projects for beginners on our site called So Sew Simple written by the talented Helen Rhiannon from All Sewn Up.   The peg bag one in particular, pictured below, is proving immensely popular.  Have you got anyone who would like a peg bag for Christmas?

Which is your favourite Art Gallery Fabrics collection?

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