New Speckled, Primavera and Tree Hugger Bundles – Monday is All About Fabric – #182


Welcome back to Monday is all About Fabric! So much fabric to gush over with you today. Let’s get into it!

New at Meander + Make this week:


Today’s post is part of a series on this blog every Monday.

I don’t know about you, but fabric is EVERYTHING! I love buying it, petting it and then gushing with you about it. I’ll show you my latest fabric purchases and where you can buy it too.

To view all previous posts in this series, click here.


New Speckled Bundle

If you have been visiting my blog for any length of time you know how much I love the Speckled collection. I’d even go so far as to say it is my most favorite ever. We have 7 of the new colors in stock! These can be purchased individually or in fat quarter or half yard bundles.

Here’s what we have in the bundle:





Tree Hugger Bundle

Tree Hugger has been curated especially for the Sugar Bear quilt and the Little Miss Sawtooth quilt. It’s 15 fat quarters of vey neutral earthy colored prints and solids. If I was using this for Sugar Bear, I’d use the brighter blue fabric as my “cornerstone 2 option”.

Here’s what we have in the bundle:




Primavera Bundle

If you are looking for rich and lush, look no further. Another bundle of 7 prints! This is Primavera by Pippa Shaw of Figo Fabrics. We have these individually and in fat quarter and half yard bundles.

Here’s what we have in the bundle:





All of the “working videos” for the Sugar Bear quilt will be releasing this week. These are posts and videos I’ve been working on for several weeks now. There are 10 of them! And they are a companion to the Sugar Bear quilt pattern. We work through the HRTs and all 9 of the bear paw blocks in the videos and they are meant to feel like we are sewing together, so there is a lot of chatting and rambling conversations that I’m basically having with myself. Lol.

I received a lot of positive feedback when I did this same series for my Anthologie quilt pattern. They are packed with tips. If you are a beginner especially or someone looking to improve your piecing, it’s worth a watch. But just be warned about the rambling. Ha!



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