Here are all the prints and colorways from my next collection, Framework, for Kokka. There are three prints on linen/cotton and three on double gauze cotton. The collection will be showing at Spring Quilt Market and shipping shortly thereafter. Contact Seven Islands Fabric for wholesale ordering information.
Steps in charcoal, chartreuse, and royal blue (cotton/linen blend).
Corners in blue, coral, and chartreuse (cotton/linen blend).
Daisy Chain in royal blue, gray, and teal (cotton/linen blend).
Sitting Geese in chartreuse, aqua and gray (double gauze cotton).
Quarter Circles in coral, chartreuse, and blue (double gauze cotton).
Broken Plaid in teal, charcoal, and chartreuse (double gauze cotton).
Here are the strike-offs from my upcoming fabric collection for Kokka, Framework. I think the Steps design above will be my new favorite for bags. And I am beyond thrilled that the fabrics pictured on the left below are all double-gauze cotton! There are three designs in double-gauze cotton and three designs in Kokka’s linen/cotton blend (on the right). If you’re not familiar with double-gauze cotton, read Rachael’s post here. These soft fabrics are ideal for clothing, baby things, and soft quilts.
I wish you could feel how soft these double-gauze cottons are! A few of these samples will be different colors, but you can see the basic color palette. This collection will debut at Spring Market and will ship to stores sometime this summer!
Here are some images of my Garden collection from the Kokka blog. These were all samples shown in the Kokka booth at Quilt Market in October. You can find this collection at Pink Castle Fabrics, Miss Matatabi, Fabricworm, and Pink Chalk Fabrics, and others. I just got strike-offs from my next collection and you can see some sneak peeks over on Instagram.
My new Garden collection for Kokka is now available in stores! Right now Pink Chalk Fabrics, Crimson Tate, and Fabricworm all have it in stock. More retailers should be getting shipments soon.
Click on the images below for larger photos of each print.
Triangle Flowers in olive green, gray, and blue.
Hydrangea in plum, blue, and olive green.
Crossed Leaves in gray, chartreuse, and turquoise.
Butterflies in cornflower, plum, and gray.
Cheater Print in pastels, gray, and jewel.
Dutch Garden in mustard, turquoise and charcoal.
For the next couple of weeks I’ll be featuring handmade holiday finds. Whether you make it or buy it, bring some handmade into your holidays this year!
I love Betz White’s new Holiday Tea Towel. The best thing about this tea towel is that you can cut it up and make stuff, or just use it as a tea towel on its own. Betz is having a special in her shop through Friday, so you can get one for a gift and keep one for yourself at a discounted price. Make coasters (Betz has posted a tutorial to make the coasters you see below), ornaments, and a pillow and turn it into more gifts!