What Do You Do With…Blender Prints?

Welcome to a new series here on the Pink Castle Fabrics blog, “What Do I Do With…” which aims to help quilters and sewists learn about fabrics, substrates, notions, techniques, and more! Today, we start with a simple one: what do you do with blender prints? When a┬ámaterial lists for patterns recommend some of your fabric be blender prints,what does this mean?

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Introducing Anna Maria Horner’s Conservatory Fabric

There is a lot of fabric out there in the quilting world, and it can be hard for artists to stand out from the crowd. Anna Maria Horner seeks to change that with her new project, Conservatory. Since its launch at spring 2018 Quilt Market in Portland, Oregon, this new initiative from Anna Maria and Free Spirit Fabrics has the quilt world buzzing with excitement.

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Square in a Square Poolside Quilt


As soon as we saw the new collaborative line from Cotton+Steel, Poolside, we knew it needed to be made into a simple quilt to show off the fun tropical inspired prints. Brenda picked a square in a square block, perfect for using the large-scale colorful palm trees, sunglasses, waves, and geometric prints.

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