Marmalade by Bonnie and Camille
Back in the good ol' days kids would jump off the bus and run into the house, dropping their books as they went, heading straight for the kitchen. Mom was usually there in her frilly apron, cooking something delicious. Jellies and jams were always a favorite. Depending on the season, it could be strawberry, raspberry, huckleberry or peach. Mom knew just how to make it so that when you spread butter on bread fresh out of the oven and smothered it with marmalade, you knew you were home.
Odds and Ends by Julie Comstock
Gather together a treasure trove of trinkets, a menagerie of memories and a handful of heirlooms and you get what we call Odds and Ends. Inspired by vintage typographic elements and antique books, the patterns in this line are filled with historic charm. The color palette features a brighter twist on vintage for a fresh, spring-like feel. We hope you love it as much as we do!
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Gypsy Girl by Lily Ashbury
Remember when you were young and could spend your afternoon weaving a daisy chain or lying in tall grass dreaming of summer romance! Gypsy Girl is inspired by a longing for carefree summer days. Bright and cheerful colors blend together with a warm and youthful charm. With a modern twist, Gypsy Girl will add youthful vibrance to any project, enjoy!
Serenade by Kate Spain
As the crisp air of Autumn whirls in, a kaleidoscope of lively colour dapples the wooded landscape in shades of damson, orange and green. Delight in the season's melodious "Serenade" of migrating butterflies, brilliant foliage and meadow thistles. Create a pat work panorama with these harmonious designs, or make your own amusing kitchen apron with the cut and sew panel where a barn owl wisely sings, "Life's a Hoot". A bountiful harvest creativity awaits you!