Friday Feature Matinee - Flowers for Freya
Happy Thursday Everyone,
We have been a little silent on Facebook, the blog, and our Friday Feature Matinees but the birthday sale kept us busy! It was great to see so many longtime friends that we hadn’t seen since the pandemic started last year. Now the sale is over, and we are getting back into our normal routines.
This week we will be back to a normal Friday Feature matinee showcasing fabric lines and projects This week’s fabric line is “Flowers for Freya”
This charming line is modern take on the 1930’s Feedsack prints.
In the creating of this line Designer “Linzee Kull McCray” writes: “Even during challenging times women of the feed sack era made beauty part of their everyday lives. Whether they filled a jam jar with snapdragons and sunflowers, and set it on the windowsill, embroidered a pair of bluebirds on a potholder, or chose just the right colors from an overflowing scrap basket to stitch into a quilt, mixing something lovely into the humdrum of daily life sparked their creativity and lifted their spirits.
Doesn’t that just shout spring and creativity!
Also, this week we are debuting the new Free pattern with online purchase “Picture This”! This fast project is designed to be created using your favorite collection of (12) Fat Quarters and some supporting yardage! We made our sample using the “Flowers for Freya” Collection.
Need some fat quarters to add to your collection? Click here to purchase a designer pack of (12) Fat Quarters. When you go to check out, write in the comments what coloring or line you are wanting to use, and our talented team will make you your own custom Fat Quarter Bundle!
View This Friday Feature Matinee!
The CT Team