This Month at Cotton Cuts...

Happy February! We are so very excited about this month’s bundle of quilty greatness. Not only is MODA(!!) included, but we are so happy to present Elizabeth Hartman’s Pond line. They will look absolutely fabulous if used to complete one of The Summercrafter ’s patterns...we’ve been eyeing up the beautiful seahorse ever since we met her at Market.

  • Holiday/Seasonal = Holiday Clover by Riley Blake Designs
  • Juvenille & Childrens = Jungly by Andrea Turk of Cinnamon Joe Studio for Camelot Fabrics
  • Blenders = Pond by Elizabeth Hartman for Robert Kaufman Fabrics
  • Batik = Latitude Odyssey and Navigate by Moda Fabrics
  • Floral = Isabelle by Dena Designs for Free Spirit Fabrics
  • Reproduction = R22 by Paula Barnes for Marcus Brothers

 

Lagniappe (lan'yap) - a little something extra for you!

Hand stamped gift tags made by Beth and Olivia (www.etsy.com/shop/bethandolivia), perfect for gift giving all of your quilty treasures! Annie runs the best vintage inspired paper shop from her studio in Vancouver, Canada.


Past Deliveries

January 2017

Happy New Year! January is one of our favorite months of the year. You can put all the good and the bad of the previous year behind you and start with a clean, fresh slate. Even the ground is covered in white, giving everyone a clean palette from which to start.

We are very excited about this month’s fabrics of fresh and new inspiration to start the year. We can’t wait to try our featured designer Ahhh...Quilting’s Valentine’s day projects. We could easily use the batiks and florals in this month’s box to create a unique, one of a kind treasure.

  • Batik = Blossom Batiks by Flaurie & Finch for RJR Fabrics.
  • Floral = Meadow Sweets by Jillily Studios for Penny Rose.
  • Reproduction = Feedack C. 1930 by Sara Morgan for
    Washington Street Studio.
  • Holiday = Classiques by Sevenberry for Robert Kaufman.
  • Juvenile & Childrens = Fun with ABC’s by Sarah Frederking for Studio E Fabrics
  • Blenders = Bubbly and Speckle Simply Patrick for Patrick Lose Studios.

Lagniappe (lan'yap) - a little something extra for you!

Acrylic quilting gem magnets from Kaitlyn at Magnets4AllOccasions (www.etsy.com/shop/Magnets4AllOccasions). She specializes in super stong magnets and paperweights. Funny and unique, she creates her gems from her studio in Michigan.


December 2016

Happy Holidays from the Cotton Cuts family! We are very excited by this month’s inspiring collection of fabrics, patterns and lagniappe. These fabrics are new and fresh (some were just released!) and we are sure that the lagniappe from MyLittleUsagi will make you the envy of all of your quilting friends.

Sue Pfau from Sweet Jane Designs is our featured designer this month. You won’t want to miss her patterns, specifically chosen to be fat quarter friendly for Cotton Cuts members. They look to be the perfect patterns to get you through a quilting filled winter.

  • Batik = Tonga Neon by Timeless Treasures. Gorgeous bright colors illuminate the botanicals in this refreshing hand painted batik.
  • Floral = Catalina Ultraviolet by Marti Michell for Maywood Studios. This stunning floral collection features shades of violet, purple and green that will make your next project a treasure.
  • Reproduction = Toy Chest 2 by Penny Rose Studios. These adorable 30’s reproduction prints feature bright colors and small motifs from animals to feed-sack prints.
  • Holiday = Winter Essentials IV for Studio E Fabrics. This collection features classic color combinations and traditional winter and Christmas themes.
  • Juvenile & Childrens = Winter Wonderland by Heather Rosas for Camelot Fabrics. A great blend of cheerful and fun winter prints for the youngest of quilters in your life. 
  • Blenders = Blueberry Park by Karen Lewis for Robert Kaufman. This very popular collection is overprinted on Kona Cottons and uses traditional screen printing to illuminate the beauty of Karen’s design.

Lagniappe (lan'yap) - a little something extra for you!

These quilting pull back buttons were designed by Natalie Chu at MyLittleUsagi (www.etsy.com/shop/MyLittleUsagi). Now the question is, will you share the second one?


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November 2016

Welcome! It is beautiful and looking a lot like fall out there these days, which was a huge source of inspiration for our collections this month. We are excited to bring these fabrics to you - each one was hand selected from the best collections and we hope they bring you joy!

We also hope that you enjoy the patterns from Cottage Quilt Designs. Rochelle is a very experienced designer specializing in whimsical applique for every skill set. Never appliqued before? No worries! Check out our Pinterest pages for some quick tutorials to expand your quilting skills!

  • Batik = Floragraphix III by Jason Yenter (President of In the Beginning) is a bright and natural take on batiks, reminiscent of the leaves that are currently falling.
  • Floral = Captivate by Alisse Courter for Camelot Fabrics, is a subtle small scale floral that is both feminine and romantic. The combination of plum, pink and taupe is popular for most subtle quilts.
  • Reproduction = American Patch by the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum for Washington Street Studios is inspired by many of the museum’s 1800’s quilts. The collection replicates the blues, browns and pinks that were present in the era.
  • Holiday = Shades of Autumn by Norman Wyatt Jr for P&B Textiles. The combination of metallic accents with deep reds, oranges, golds and rust is sure to be an inspiration into this fall and early winter.
  • Juvenile & Childrens = Up and Away by Emily Herrick for Michael Miller Fabrics. Emily’s inspiration comes from her early childhood drawings, where she used her nursery walls as her first canvas. 
  • Blenders = Dot and Hearts for Dear Stella. A blend of playful brights and dreamy pastels, this collection of simple basics will coordinate with many projects.

Lagniappe (lan'yap) - a little something extra for you!

Your hand stamped vintage scissor bags were made by Paper Thyme (paperthyme.etsy.com). This mother/daughter creative crew specializes in stamping papers and fabrics. We can't wait to see the creative ways you use these bags.


October 2016

Welcome to our very first shipment of Cotton Cuts! We are excited to bring this collection of designer fabrics to you and hope that each Cotton Cut inspires many cherished projects. Each fabric was chosen based upon YOUR preferences and we hope that you are both pleased and delighted.

We also hope that you enjoy the patterns from Cora's Quilts. Shelley is an amazing designer and her patterns are top notch. We are honored to be able to share our inaugural box with her and hope that you enjoy her designs too!

  • Batik = Fresh Batiks Botanica III collection by Clothwords. This collection seamlessly mixes the beautiful aesthetic of hand painting with geometric shapes.
  • Small Scale Floral = Wild by Nature by Kathy Deggendorfer for Maywood Studio, inspired by her "Infinite Stitches" painting created for the 2016 Sisters Outdoor Quilters Affair.
  • Reproduction Print = Feedsack by Whistler Studios, designed with floral prints and ditzies in a traditional 1930's style. The blend of polka dots with floral designs in shades of red, yellow, blue, and purple is a modern update on a classic print.
  • Holiday =  Give Thanks by Shelly Comisky for Henry Glass Fabrics, based on the "warm whimsy" original polymer clay designs. Ms. Comisky has authored 4 books and these designs are sure to add fun to your Thanksgiving decor.
  • Juvenile & Childrens = Sweetheart by David Walker Studios for Free Spirit is a delightful combination of youthful characters, subtle colors and hearts. It is the perfect accent for your baby and juvenile projects.
  • Blenders = Mixology by Camelot Design Studios, a fresh take on linen and herringbone tone on tones. These colors will compliment and blend with many of the projects in your current queue.

Lagniappe (lan'yap) - a little something extra for you!

Lagniappe for our founding members is from the very talented Natalie Rawlinson, Bodobo Bags (bodobobags.etsy.com). Natalie was an incredible partner and we hope you enjoy your zipper pulls!