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Coming Soon…

…but not soon enough. The new Moda lines on our Coming Soon page, I mean. Eight wonderful new lines to pore over and plan for. Each so different and incredible! Which ones speak to you?

Starting with… Attitude Girls by Mary Engelbreit. All the trademark colors of THE Mary Engelbreit, coupled with some awesome panels. Sassy girls talkin’ back. “Well ain’t you somethin!” and “Let’s put the FUN back in dysfunctional” for example… 🙂 Now that is something to look forward to!

Boutique by Chez Moi is next on our Coming Soon list …mmmm! If you craved Swanky, then Boutique is the one for you. All the usual Chez Moi swirly twirly elegance, spiced up with fun, tropical colors.

Civil War Homefront by Barbara Brackman is a beautiful reproduction line, classic and true to the era (but when has Barbara ever not been?). The colors and prints really speak of that starker, older era, and are all the more gorgeous for it! Let’s see some hands, how many Civil War repro fans do we have out there?

Ah, L’Amour by Sandy Gervais. Classic Sandy–big, bold, bright and fun! This palette is a smidgen brighter than her last Valentine line, Candy Kisses, and the panels are simply awesome!! Hearts, flowers, flourishes, geometrics, stripes and tone-on-tones — it’s got great feature and little coordinating prints for whatever romantic project you undertake.

Love U by Deb Strain is a cutie-cute-patootie line for the little ones. And ultra awesome — because of the yellow, pink, orange, blue, AND green in the prints, you can use it for boys and girls! Yay, thanks Deb! Little snails, turtles, owls, alphabets, and flowers — what’s not to love? And various polka dots to coordinate!

Another new favorite…Nature’s Notebook by April Cornell! If you’ve been pining and searching for her old line Sunshine, Nature’s Notebook is the follow-up. Same palette — creamy butter yellows and soft bright blues, with Victorian florals and a bit of East Asian influence. So April!

Old Primrose Inn is Blackbird Designs’ latest venture into vintage. It still has their soft, muted pastels, but with more country flair this time. Elegant florals coordinate with country stars on antiqued tans, blues, yellows, creams and reds. An excellent marriage of the two styles!

Finally, Sent With Love, also by Deb Strain. Her Valentine collection is strong, punchy and vibrant with hot pink, scarlet red, and lime. It will make some fantastic creations, especially for teens! Really looking forward to seeing this here!