In case you missed it, we’re offering seven prints from Take A Hike by Jack and Lulu on FLANNEL! Check it out on the website here. We are so in love with it!
Our flannel is so, so soft and cuddly – perfect for quilts, pajama pants… You name it!
How cute is that little raccoon?!
Take A Hike Flannel is shipping to stores now! Be sure to ask for it at your local quilt shop, or find it online. We can’t wait to see your projects!
A couple weeks back we shared these photos on our Instagram account, hinting at what we had coming up with our Confetti Dots…
We have been dying to spill about our next big plan with the popular Confetti Dots collection, and that day has finally come! If you head to our website, you’ll find 30 new Mini Confetti Dots colors for you to peruse. Click here to take a look at the full group!
These Minis come in the same vibrant colors as the original-sized Confetti Dots, and they also go along with our super-fun Color Swatches print, Stella-253 Multi (shipping to stores now!).
Mini Confetti Dots are in stores this month. Ask for them at your local quilt shop, or find them online! We are finding so many uses for these little guys – we can’t wait to see what you come up with!
And stick around, because we may or may not have something else Confetti Dot-related up our sleeves… Subscribe to our blog to stay up-to-date!
We have another little peek at a new collection coming up… Mercer!
The whimsical prints found in Mercer exist in a refreshing palette of smoke, indigo, and melon. Mercer is modern, yet classic, and feels a bit like floating.
This collection will be shipping in December. Stay tuned!
Psst. We have a sneak peek for you today…
Gorgeous color-drenched prints sparkle in a wash of saturated jewel tones and an eclectic weave of patterns, combining to bring you Hadley.
Hadley will be available in stores and online this November. We can’t wait to show you the full collection!
We already confessed our love for the independent pattern company, Grainline Studio, when we showed you the Archer Button Up shirt we made using Jack and Lulu’s Take A Hike collection. Not only are Jen Beeman’s patterns clean and thorough, but she also posts helpful tips & tricks on her blog (like this tutorial for using French seams on armholes, or this tutorial for getting a flat bias neckline).
When our Perrymint collection arrived, we knew instantly that the cotton shirting prints would be perfect for a Scout Woven Tee. This pattern is super quick to whip up (even with using all French seams, which we did!), and it’s become a staple in our wardrobe. If you’re new to garment sewing, we definitely recommend trying out this pattern. One of our fave websites, Kollabora, even hosted a sew-along – click here to check it out.
We used Stella-S236 Coral - the crosshatch print from Perrymint – for our Scout Tee and we’re in love with the result.
Perrymint is on cotton shirting and it’s in stores now! Contact your local quilt shop or find it online. We can’t wait to see your Scout Tee!