Do these prints look familiar to you? They did to me. I had to do a double take. I recognized the prints, but not the colorways and not grouped like they are.
Okay, see, Art Gallery Fabrics, being incredibly creative and all and mindful of a great print decided, “hey, we are not going to just discontinue our fabric prints. No, we will re-color it and mix it with other great fabric prints and have a cool mix of different designers altogether. A whole new collection.”
And so they did.
So we got: Bonnie, Bari, Caroline, Pat, April, Katarina, and Amy. Yep, the gangs all here.
All in one collection.
Art Gallery Fabrics calls these, “a bite size collection featuring prints from AGF designers arranged in conceptual themes.”
I like it!
I purchased these for a guest book quilt for a wedding for a customer of mine. I’ll show it soon.
You can purchase the fabrics here:
What I like about this idea is that it’s no longer ‘out with the old’. It’s giving a thing it’s due, it’s keeping something around that shouldn’t be tossed away for new and shinier things. And I like that.
AGF also has a few other Fusion collections. Click on them to see all the re-colored prints.
It will be a few months before I get to work on the guest book quilt with these fabrics, but in the meantime I’ve got scraps to play with.0
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