Monday, February 6, 2012

New Fabric Collections!!

The holidays have come and gone and I am finally writing a post!!  Apologies all around!

We have been receiving so many new scrumptious fabric collections that I wanted to devote a post just to these lines.  Most are here and we have full yardage and fat quarter bundles for most.  Don't shop online when you can save the postage AND see them and feel them up close and personal!!

First up ... the debut collection from Lotta Jansdotter with Windham fabrics.  We love the gorgeous colors and graphic designs and Scandinavian simplicity to this line.  We have the majority of the collection in house right now!

We have also started carrying Blend Fabrics from Anna Marie Horner.  This fabric company features new and fun designers giving them a wide range of colors and styles.  Here's a taste of three of the lines we are carrying ....

Feather 'N Stitch  ... you all know how I love those birds with the spindly legs and they don't get much cuter than this one!

Kitchy Kitchen ... a fun colorful line full of veggies and ric rac and other cool stuff!

Garden of Delights ... and a delight they are!  Soft muted colors define this selection with lots of wonderful surprises - hummingbirds and butterflies and squirrels and more, all in a soft, sophisticated style.

Another new company we have started to carry ... Dear Stella!  Named for the designer Stella McCartney, these lines are beautiful with something for everyone!  My personal favorite (being such a blue girl) ... a little bit vintage,  a little bit art deco, some small prints, a great blue striped shirting style ... all in lovely, classic blue tones.  The Heirloom collection ...

Are you looking for something bright and fun with lots of punchy color?  The Modern Whimsy from Robert Kaufman is for you!  Check out these geese ... love them!

I am loving this new collection from Alexander Henry - Barcelona.  The colors are so gorgeous!  And there is a little bit of every color in this one, trending towards the earth tones with little punches of aqua and pink and yellow thrown in.  LOVE IT!

Rashida Coleman Hale has turned out an awesome new collection with fun washi tape images and florals and geometrics and squiggles and all sorts of stuff in brights on ivory and gray.  Perfect!

Another from Timeless ... Geo.  Love the bold colors and deep gray!  The city scape would make a great fabric square piece of art by itself!  Perfect quilting for the Manhattan folks!

Last but not least, Ty Pennington has done it again!  Adding to his debut collection, Ty has come out with a new series with a spin on his debut.  The colors are in rich orange (the Pantone color of the year), deep blues and teals, purples, greens.  We have this line in both home dec and flat cottons so think pillows, bags, skirts, tunics ... you name it!

This is just a taste of the full collection ....

Keep your eye out on our Facebook page when we announce the arrival of David Butler's debut collection, Curious Nature from Parson Grey.  David is the husband of well known textile designer Amy Butler but his style is all his own!  We are so loving this new line!  It is a great collection for men and boys but all the sewing gals will love it for themselves, too.  Check out the line on the Parson Gray website here.

Oh, my, we are having so much fun in the fabric world!!

Paper Dolls, don't worry, we have not forgotten you!  With CHA happening last weekend, there are a gazillion new fantastic things coming up soon for you, too!  Keep your eye out for new paper collections and all sorts of embellishments and goodies for your paper crating madness!

For now,



  1. great additions - I especially love scandinavian designs! thanks for the update! Is it possible to order online?

    1. We just got our Etsy shop up and running! The shop name is rockpaperscissorsnj. We don't have much listed but you can ask for any fabric and, if we carry it, we will set up a listing and ship it to you. Thanks for asking!


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