Explore Sweet Treats, Jeni Baker’s Designer Palette of Kona Solids!

Our second designer palette bundle arrived a little while ago, and we’re so excited to tell you about it! We’ve asked some of the most talented designers in the quilting and sewing world to make fat quarter bundles of Kona Solids for us in the color scheme of their choice, and our sophomore Designer Palette is from a longtime friend of the ‘Castle (and Glamp Stitchalot teaching veteran) Jeni Baker!

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Explore the Giucy Giuce Designer Palette

Punch Drunk — Designer Palette by Giucy Giuce

Welcome to the Designer Palette series! To help spark creativity and community, we’ve asked some of the most talented designers in the quilting and sewing world to make fat quarter bundles of Kona Solids for us in the color scheme of their choice.

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Ruby Star Society Fall 2019: Aviary, Darlings, Speckled & More!

We’re always excited for what Melody Miller, Rashida Coleman-Hale, Sarah Watts, Alexia Abegg, and Kim Kight will do next at their new home, Ruby Star Society for Moda Fabrics, and Fall 2019’s new collections might be the most exciting so far!

Here’s a closer look at each of the Fall 2019 collections, which feature new and fresh lines, some old friends recolored and more gorgeous than ever, and goodies arriving just in time for holiday gifting (to yourself or others.) Let’s get started!

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Introducing Ruby Star Society

When we first heard last spring that textile designers Melody Miller, Rashida Coleman-Hale, Sarah Watts, Alexia Abegg, and Kim Kight were leaving behind their iconic Cotton+Steel brand, we anxiously awaited their next creative move. That move turned out to be a fresh, fun new label, Ruby Star Society for Moda Fabrics!

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What Do You Do With…Japanese Fabrics?

Sometimes, you just need a fabric that’s really special and different. While there are tons of amazing prints out there, if I’m looking for something truly unique, I always check out Japanese import fabrics!

While many American designers use Japan’s manufacturing facilities for their quilting cottons, there are incredibly talented Japanese designers making fun, elegant, and one-of-a-kind fabrics too.

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