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New from Alison Glass, Hopscotch features Compass, Grow, Stitched, and Trinket linework designs printed in white pigment on a spectrum of beautiful Andover Century Solids.
This line of premium 100% cotton solid fabrics has a beautiful drape and feel.
Designed for her Ex Libris collection, the iconic circle design by Alison Glass became an instant bestseller. Back again in her new collection, Art Theory, Alison has increased the scale of the circle and added new designs in two colourways: Day and Night.
This amazing rainbow of 22 colours works beautifully with the entire range of AG fabrics.
Wish is Carri Bloomston's latest collection full of magic and playful mystery. It embodies and honours craft and artisans through collaged found papers and painted sheet music. The prints evoke a handcrafted life. And, of course, there are triangles.
Wonder is an earlier collection full whimsy and textures including stacked triangles and newspaper print.
Solstice shimmers with the contrasts of midsummer with rich, golden hues playing against deep, verdant greenery. Explosions of joyful florals and dancing paisleys are calmed by quieter, more tranquil vistas.
Edyta Sitar of Laundry Basket Quilts designs beautiful fabrics for Andover Fabrics. We have a selection of six pretty fabrics in soft blues and red from her Super Bloom range.
Low Volume prints are light coloured fabrics with subtle prints on them that read as a light solid or nearly solid in a black and white photo. The designs can be floral, text, geometric, in color, etc. They usually have a neutral background - white, cream, taupe, grey and can be used instead of a plain solid colour to support brights or multi-colours.
Our curated collections will give you a head start on creating a beautifully co-ordinated quilt.
These collections make great gifts, or treat yourself and pop one (or two) in your stash to keep for that special quilt.