Here in Texas, we couldn’t be more ready for spring! Birds are chirping, the sun is shining and we’re seeing so many beautiful blooms popping up left and right! We couldn’t wait to showcase some of these floral beauties in the new Dutch Tulips Quilt Pattern by It’s Sew Emma!
This eye-catching quilt is the perfect piece to bring the beauty of the outside into your home! Dutch Tulips features the much-loved collection Sugar Pie by Lella Boutique for Moda Fabrics! These floral, cotton prints in a variety of colors are perfect to accent the fun tulip shapes on the quilt design!
We had sew much fun whipping up this quilt in Sugar Pie, that we couldn’t wait to try it with another one of our favorite new collections and give it a bright twist! Check out this twist in the Blueberry Park collection by Karen Lewis Textiles for Robert Kaufman Fabrics!
Ready to make your own? Watch this helpful YouTube video as Kimberly walks us through the Dutch Tulips quilt!
Are you looking for more tulip fun?! Check out some of our quilty friends’ blogs and see which collections brought their Dutch Tulips pattern to life!
We played up the details of this quilt with Pat Sloan’s Sunday Drive collection! These small prints mixed with the fun florals were perfect for the Morning Glory pattern, and the text prints add such a different element!
We added the pattern and all of the fabric that you need to make a quilt just like ours in the handy Morning Glory Quilt Kit! We even have a separate backing set available to complete your quilt!
This quilt pattern is sew much fun, that some of our quilty friends wanted to sew along with us, using a mixture of Sunday Drive and Sunday Drive Batiks, which brings a whole new world of possibilities to this pattern!
The woman behind the beautiful Sunday Drive collection herself – Pat Sloan!
Isn’t this fun?! Pat is hosting a contest to pick the border or her quilt – and it includes a fun giveaway! You won’t want to miss out!
Have these fun projects inspired you to start your very own Morning Glory quilt?! We love seeing your photos on social media, so be sure to tag @FatQuarterShop on Instagram and Facebook and hashtag #morninggloryquilt #itssewemma!
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We promised you more new from It’s Sew Emma – and today we’re delivering on that promise! A couple of weeks ago, we introduced you to four new Little P patterns! Today, we have five more new patterns for you!
Are you feeling inspired? We can’t wait to see what you create with these fun Impressions templates and new patterns! To help you get started, we’re giving away a set of Aurifil Thread that corresponds with the quilt kits! Subscribe to our YouTube Channel to be entered to win! Contest ends Saturday, February 25, 2017! Winner will be announced on the blog!
Are you itching for some darling new inspiration? We have some great news for you! It’s Sew Emma brings you four precious patterns to keep your sewing machine busy! Little P patterns are beginner friendly, and use one of our most-loved pre cuts: fat quarters! You can find all of these patterns here!
We love Sandra Clemons‘ new collection for Michael Miller Fabrics, Front Yard, so we couldn’t wait to whip up something special! The collection has so many color and print varieties that it would make any project truly stunning and unique!
With so many new It’s Sew Emma patterns being released soon (spoiler alert – February 6, 2017!), we wanted to give you a sneak peek of Floret! Floret is a Little P pattern, and we knew that Front Yard would be a fun collection to feature for this eye-catching design!
We couldn’t help but use the bright jewel tones in Sandra Clemons’ Aurifil box! These colors pair perfectly with the collection, and really make it pop!
Check out all of the participants’ photo fun on Instagram, where you can find all of the details, and be enter to win a prize from Sandra’s Instagram! Be sure to visit Sandra’s blog for all the fun info!
If you’ve been loving these peeks at the Orange Peel template designs from It’s Sew Emma, we have great news! They’re here! Check out the four, exclusive It’s Sew Emma pattern designs and the perfectly paired Orange Peel templates!
Appliqué shapes in easy-to-use plastic templates!
The Orange Peel Set contains templates for four sizes and placement guides.
Today we’re unwrapping our December Sew Sampler Subscription Box! If this is your first box, you’re in for such a treat! If you’ve been with us since the first box, you know just how adorable every box is! Each month the box has so many goodies that you will wonder how you ever lived without it! Be sure to leave a comment and review the box on our website here.
We packed this box with treats that are sure to bring a look of joy to your face! Now, let’s see what’s inside!
Round Robin Quilt Pattern featuring Impressions Orange Peel Templates from It’s Sew Emma! This beautiful pattern was featured on our social media a few months ago, and everyone has been dying to get their hands on it!
Birds of Liberty Half Roll Up by Darlene Zimmerman for Robert Kaufman Fabrics showcases 1930’s reproduction prints in beautiful, vibrant colors! The Roll Up includes 18 2.5″ x 42″ strips of fabric and includes duplicates of some prints.
1930s Aurifil Applique Thread Set with SIX spools of beautiful 80 wt. Aurifil thread, perfect for machine and hand applique! Includes colors: 1135, 2410, 2860, 2520, 2725, 2250.
Here in Texas, it’s hard to believe that tomorrow marks the beginning of December! It’s a sunny 64 degrees and there’s no sign of Jolly Old Saint Nick in sight! We needed something to get us into the holiday spirit, and what better than a festive project? We peeked inside the pages of the Holiday Wishes book from It’s Sew Emma!
The pages are packed with projects that we can’t wait to deck our halls with! See for yourself:
After deciding on a project, we were only left with the dilemma of which fabric collection to choose! We pulled a couple of our new Christmas favorites…but we still need your help! Which one should we choose? Frosty Fun for some of our favorite Christmas themes or should we mix it up with the Silent Christmas collection?