Welcome back! In today's
Welcome back! In today's video, I am sharing about my latest fabric line, Spring Brook. It is due to arrive in quilt shops in February of 2021. I share a look at the prints within the collection as well as the quilt patterns I've designed for the collection. I finish the video by sharing the matching Moda Bella Solids that will coordinate with Spring Brook.
For more photos of the fabrics in this line as well as better photos of the quilts, visit this blog post: https://corianderquilts.com/spring-brook-fabrics-and-quilts/ You weren't able to see the full quilts in the video so you will find this helpful if you'd like to see more.
This is the link to the Moda website I mentioned in the video for additional pictures of Spring Brook: https://my.modafabrics.com/webfiles/fcc_spring-brook.pdf
All of the patterns shown in today's video are available to purchase in my shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/CorianderQuilts
These are the Bella solids that I mentioned in the video:
9900-200 Off White
9900-25 30s Blue
9900-178 Etching Stone
9900-170 Etchings Slate
9900-332 Pineapple (Note: Pineapple has been discontinued and isn't available for shops to reorder. If you are unable to find Pineapple, I would recommend 9900-81 (Goldenrod). The two shades are very similar and either color will work great with this collection.)
9900-102 Prairie Green
My fabrics, patterns, & books are carried in quilt shops both locally and online.
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Gorgeous! I wish we could get more wides to go with your fabrics. My top favorites from this line are probably the large floral on the lighter gray, the multi gingham stripe of course, and the bees on the green are just precious. Now I need to go look up your sew along
I just LOVE all your fabric lines I think they are so fun! ❤️
Love everything you put out!! My favorite fabric designer
These are stunning!!!
Did I just hear block of the month?!?!? I can't wait to hear more!!! And I can't wait for this fabric line. Thank you so much ????????????
If you’ve watch American
If you’ve watch American football on television, you may have wondered how they make that yellow first down line look like it’s actually down on the field.
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You should introduce this by saying its concussion season. We laugh at Rome for lead in their wine then we pay our best athletes to go injure themselves for our amusement.
There is a dearth of graphics in this explanation
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American football? I think you mean real football ??????☝️
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