Monday is all about fabric – #36 – Blithe by Katarina Roccella

Hey lovelies,

I just spent a weekend up in North and South Carolina.  Oh!  Can I please move out there?  I need to be around mountains more often.  I need trees, nature, and wildlife.  I need to be breathing in fresh air more.  I need views of mountains upon mountains.

I actually live in a lovely town on a river.  It’s home.  I was raised here.  Still, I know moving to the mountains are in my future.  Someday.

Until then, I have some fabrics to show you that make me think of wintery woods and mountain life.  Let’s have a look…..

This is Blithe by Katarina Roccella.  This is not the newest collection, but one I’ve had my eye on for awhile.

It’s comes with plenty of low volumes as well.


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Visit Needle Down Fabrics here.  Needle Down Fabrics specializes in both traditional and modern quilting fabrics.  They also carry a good many batiks.  Find the whole collection of Blithe right here.


I really love birds on fabric.  But let me be honest, I love birds on just about everything.

There is also a great deer print in this one.

Here’s a list of all the fabrics in this collection:

You can also buy the full collection of Blithe right here.

I love text prints, don’t you?  They add interest in my opinion.  I always have to stop and read the print every time I see a quilt with text.

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I hope you enjoyed Blithe.  And just in case you are wondering, I’m drinking cinnamon tea once more (it’s my fave).


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