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Saturday, February 21, 2009
Imagine Fabric has a SUPER SALE for Moda Fat Quarter Bundles, Moda Layer Cakes, Moda Charm Packs and Moda Jelly Rolls and all Moda fabrics going on so get your favorite fabric collection for the best online prices while you can!

Here are a few of the Moda bestsellers for this week:













Moda Charisma Fat Quarter Bundle by Chez Moi - this beautiful Moda Fat Quarter Bundles contains 40 Fat Quarters for a total of 10 yards!

Moda Nature's Chorus Fat Quarter Bundle by April Cornell - this Moda Fat Quarter Bundles contains also 40 Fat Quarters each measuring 18" X 22".

Moda Butterfly Fling Fat Quarter Bundle by Me & My Sister - another Moda Fat Quarter Bundles that contains a total of 10 yards of fabric in one collection.














Moda Kashmir III Jelly Roll by Sentimental Studios - this gorgeous Moda Jelly Roll contains 40 pre cut fabric strips that each measure 2.5" X 44" (6.3 cm X 111.7 cm). Enough fabric to make a cute little quilt for a loved one of yours.

Moda Hill Country Spring Jelly Roll
by Sentimental Studios

Moda Recipe for Friendship Jelly Roll
by Mary Engelbreit -

“Friends are those who nourish the spirit”. It’s not often that a collection of fabrics makes you all warm and fuzzy inside. This recipe has a spoon full of sugar that melts the heart and soothes the soul. Bright, happy colors and beautifully painted motifs as only Mary Engelbreit can do. Now go call your best friend from grade school and tell her how much you have missed her!















Moda Portobello Market Charm Pack by 3 Sisters - Take a walk through he crowded streets of London’s Portabello Antiques Market, an overwhelming cache of vintage finery and antique trinkets. The discerning eye knows exactly what it’s looking for here; bold rich color, florals, textures you can fall into and a sophistication and elegance that withstands the test of time. These 3 sisters know how to shop and they know how to turn inspiration into a collection of supple fabrics full of depth and detail.

Moda Woodland Bloom Charm Pack
by Lila Tueller

Moda Tranquility Charm Pack
by Sandy Gervais

Can't get enough of Moda? Well, the following Moda items are on SALE as well:

Moda 9 Charm Pack by Sanae
Moda 9 Jelly Roll by Sanae
Moda 9 Layer Cake by Sanae

Moda Bistro Charm Pack by Deb Strain
Moda Bistro Fat Quarter Bundle by Deb Strain
Moda Bistro Jelly Roll by Deb Strain
Moda Bistro Layer Cake by Deb Srain

Moda Cotton Blossoms Charm Pack
by Bonnie & Camille
Moda Cotton Blossoms Layer Cake by Bonnie & Camille
Moda Cotton Blossoms Fat Quarter Bundle by Bonnie & Camille

Moda Louisa Fat Quarter Bundle by Terry Thompson
Moda Louisa Jelly Roll by Terry Thompson
Moda Louisa Layer Cake by Terry Thompson

Moda Nature's Chorus Fat Quarter Bundle by April Cornell
Moda Nature's Chorus Jelly Roll by April Cornell
Moda Nature's Chorus Layer Cake by April Cornell

Moda Tranquility Fat Quarter Bundle
by Sandy Gervais
Moda Tranquility Charm Pack by Sandy Gervais
Moda Tranquility Jelly Roll by Sandy Gervais
Moda Tranquility Layer Cake by Sandy Gervais

Moda Woodland Bloom Fat Quarter Bundle by Lila Tueller
Moda Woodland Bloom Layer Cake by Lila Tueller
Moda Woodland Bloom Jelly Roll by Lila Tueller
Moda Woodland Bloom Charm Pack by Lila Tueller

All of these and many more items and designers are on SALE.


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Monday, February 16, 2009
Working with Moda Quilt Squares provides you with a collection of designs and colors that have been properly coordinated by professional designers and design studios. I am always inspired for my next quilt project looking at the beautiful Moda Quilt Squares collection as they often include designs and colors that I never thought of combining.

Today, I am picking the following three Moda Quilt Square Collections as my pick of the week as they are not only gorgeous and beautiful but they are also on SALE at a discounted price of 34%.

Moda Summer's Basket of Flowers by Terry Thompson:

Picket fences and country flowers grow wild in this summer garden. With an air of country simplicity in shades of earth and sky this group begs to be watered by the creative spirit.


To view all fabrics of the Moda Summer's Basket of Flowers, view the product swatch pages.

Moda Ruby's Flower Garden by Kathy Schmitz:

Kathy Schmitz designed this group in honor of her grandmother, Ruby, and her legendary green thumb. Here Kathy creates baskets brimming with the flowers her grandmother most loved. The colors woven through each piece embody vibrant summer days full of life and activity in the open country.



All fabric designs of Ruby's Flower Garden are featured in the Moda swatch pages.

Moda Crayon Forest by Sentimental Studios:

This collection of fall leaves and loose geometrics are the perfect testament to going back to the basics. Crayon Forest combines an artisans skills with the drawing tools typically found in a nursery school playroom. This juxtaposition creates layers of intesity that are both elegant and free spirited.



View the Moda Product Brochure to see all fabric designs part of this Crayon Forest Collection.


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Monday, February 9, 2009
Today I am providing you with step by step instructions on how to sew a leaf patterned placemat that is super easy and super fun to make and the results will bring instant elegance and flair to your everyday dining experience. All you need is some beautiful fabric and a sewing machine with zigzag stitch.

I am using a gorgeous Kaffe Fassett fabric design today that is called Potentilla and the floral pattern of this fabric is just perfect. But you can use any gorgeous floral or leaf patterned fabric and the result will be just stunning.

This simple leaf shape is from Martha Stewart's website. To start your project, print out Martha Stewart's free leaf pattern. Cut out the 4 parts of the pattern and attach them following the pattern instructions to form a leaf shape.




Lay out your fabric of choice and trace the leaf shape using your pattern. I put two layers of fabric on top of each other and cut my fabric following my pencil tracing.

Repeating this step with an interfacing fabric - you will need two interfacing pieces in the leaf shape. That will give your final placemat a good solid thickness. Once you have cut out your interfacing fabric, iron each interfacing piece to your fabric of choice. You will end up with two leaf shaped interfaced fabric pieces as featured here:



Now place the two fabric pieces left side together. Using a pretty zigzag stitch, sew all around the edges. Tip: using a contrasting thread color can enhance the look of your placemat immediately. Once you have zigzag stitch all around, you are already done!


With this project being super easy, you can have a new set of placemats done within the hour. This can be an easy and very affordable project for seasonal decorating and they make great gifts as well.


If you are using your placemat outdoors on the patio table, for example, use waterproof fabric to ensure that you'll get to enjoy your placemats as long as possible.



Other fabric designs that I think are perfect for this placemat project for the upcoming Easter Season are: Tree Peony Sage, Lotus Pond Yellow or Fresh Poppies Green. All of these fabric designs are from Amy Butler. Another favorite of mine for this project would be Bird Seed Yellow by Alexander Henry.

As you can see, there are endless fabric choices that would be great for this placemat project. Have fun making your placemats!!!


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Sunday, February 8, 2009
Robert Kaufman creates one of the highest quality and artistic Oriental fabrics in the marketplace and the brand new KAWAI Asian Fabric Collection that was just released this month is no exception to the rule. The focal point of this cute Robert Kaufman Fabric Collection are whimsical Asian inspired patterns including graceful Geishas and Cherry Blossoms.

Textiles are perhaps one of the greatest treasures in Asia's old tradition of handicrafts and this tradition is carried on by the Robert Kaufman's Asian Fabric Collection. Take a look at these beautiful new fabric designs now available at Imagine Fabric. The detailed background, traditional motifs in conjunction with fun and mod colors make this Kawai Fabric Collection very special and versatile. No matter what creative project ideas you may have in mind, these fabric designs will be just perfect.

















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