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FreeSpirit | Future Collections

Update: March 2018

Dear customer,

Last week you received JafTex & our press release regarding the new ownership of FreeSpirit. We are extreme happy with this move and so are all the designers. FreeSpirit is alive and will stay alive.

All Q1 & Q2 new collections are ready for ordering. We have lost 3 weeks of buying but we are making this up very quick.

So if you want to buy these collections, call us? Call Mirjam or Jana +31 570 2345 26 or your sales representative from Rhinetex.

Note: Rhinetex is a wholesaler of lifestyle fabrics and therefore we only delivers to business to business customers.

 

 

February 2018

Sweet Dreams

By Anna Maria Horner

Sweet Dreams is a collection based on the beautiful sights, sounds, and inspirations discovered during my travels across Australia. The art for this collection is full of native flora & fauna and design elements colored with evocative and raw palettes that nod to the culturally exotic and diverse influences of Australia. I hope this collection is an appropriate thanks to everyone who contributed to such a beautiful experience.

 

In stores: February 2018

Sweet Dreams

By Anna Maria Horner

Sweet Dreams is a collection based on the beautiful sights, sounds, and inspirations discovered during my travels across Australia. The art for this collection is full of native flora & fauna and design elements colored with evocative and raw palettes that nod to the culturally exotic and diverse influences of Australia. I hope this collection is an appropriate thanks to everyone who contributed to such a beautiful experience.

 

In stores: February 2018

Ludlow

By Denyse Schmidt

Ludlow is a tribute to the old mill towers of New England. Back in the 1860’s a huge mill opened in Ludlow, MA, that produced jute yarns, twine and webbing. In addition to those goods, the Ludlow Company provided much more – housing a library, schools, playgrounds and clubhouses, which essentially helped to shape the town. After working in the factory all week, everyone looked forward to shedding their factory aprons and dressing up – putting on their finest clothes to attend the Ludlow Fair, which would have included the Ludlow Fair, who would have included a quilt show, of course! Old-time patchwork quilts, swirling skirts, sharply creased blouses and colorful ties made their way to the inspiration for Ludlow.

In stores: February 2018

Echo

By Erin McMorris

Echo is a new, easy-going collection that reflects a perfect blend of modern and retro. The playful patterns inspired by shadows and the simplicity of shapes. Natural blooms created with graphic undertones and balanced with textural geometric prints. The palette is softer and the colors layer beautifully together to create a natural harmony.

 

In stores: February 2018

Echo

By Erin McMorris

Echo is a new, easy-going collection that reflects a perfect blend of modern and retro. The playful patterns inspired by shadows and the simplicity of shapes. Natural blooms created with graphic undertones and balanced with textural geometric prints. The palette is softer and the colors layer beautifully together to create a natural harmony.

 

In stores: February 2018

Broderie Boheme

By Odile Bailloeul

The Broderie Boheme collection will delight all those who love fabrics with rich emotions and precious patterns. The delicate embroidered effects talk to the influence of remote folklore, festive fabrics, and intricate craftsmanship. A collection that speaks to travel, accumulation, and the joy of an unexpected mixing of patterns everything that makes the bohemian spirit! Let yourself be swept away by this intense and vibrant color range. The hot range dives into the soul of Odile Bailloeul’s world with red and pink tones that she mixes with happiness. The patterns all combine in a friendly mood to create bright and joyful creations with remote influences.

 

In stores: February 2018

Gazebo

By Tanya Whelan

Gazebo, Tanya Whelan’s newest line, is a playful and pretty collection that brings to mind secret gardens, sunny days, and blue skies. Centered around a beautiful toile design that features sweet gazebos and flowers, Gazebo features lively florals, stripes and dots on grounds of navy blue, grey and jadeite green accented with deep vibrant pinks and yellows. Perfect for so many sewing projects from dresses, to bags, to home dec items and of course beautiful quilts.

 

In stores: February 2018

Gazebo

By Tanya Whelan

Gazebo, Tanya Whelan’s newest line, is a playful and pretty collection that brings to mind secret gardens, sunny days, and blue skies. Centered around a beautiful toile design that features sweet gazebos and flowers, Gazebo features lively florals, stripes and dots on grounds of navy blue, grey and jadeite green accented with deep vibrant pinks and yellows. Perfect for so many sewing projects from dresses, to bags, to home dec items and of course beautiful quilts.

 

In stores: February 2018

Horizons

By Kathy Doughty

Travel in your mind to the horizon… where the earth meets the sky… where the familiar morphs into the universe… where discovery abides and possibilities are limitless. Powered by the sun, the Australian horizon inspired me to create mood in a glance with light lines and shadow, vibrant color and dusty dream shades. The outback is a unique world where the key element is contrast. Step in and share this place filled with surprises… birds that do not fly and trees filled with water! The expansive land is dotted with purpose-built structures that draw life from the earth. Fencing checkers the landscape aiming to keep some things in and some things out! Horizons, a collection that isn dynamic, diverse and useful in hue, scale and dimension. Enjoy an imaginary trip you can enjoy in the comfort of your own sewing station!

In stores: February 2018

March 2018

All Stars

By Tula Pink

I have told many stories of animal adventures across dozens of fabric collections. In each story there is a character that stands out from the crowd. These characters have become like friends over the years, I reach for them again and again when starting a new project. As these prints have come and gone I fi nd myself reaching for them and then pulling back, afraid to use the last bits of fabric that I have for fear of finding one day that they are extinct. I don’t think that I am alone in this. For those who have hoarded older prints for years and for those who discovered that sewing was in their blood just a bit too late, I have selected the most coveted and exclusive prints from my archive and given them a color make over. In a dizzying array of spectral brilliance I o er you a collection of fabrics where every print is a star, a dream team of critters. Even the best players need support so I have paired these decadent prints with a collection of Pom Poms to cheer them on. The Pom Poms serve as a color interlude that highlight the best that each print has to o er. The only way to truly honor a coveted piece of fabric is to use it, to sew it, to quilt it into something worth saving.

In stores: March 2018

All Stars

By Tula Pink

I have told many stories of animal adventures across dozens of fabric collections. In each story there is a character that stands out from the crowd. These characters have become like friends over the years, I reach for them again and again when starting a new project. As these prints have come and gone I fi nd myself reaching for them and then pulling back, afraid to use the last bits of fabric that I have for fear of finding one day that they are extinct. I don’t think that I am alone in this. For those who have hoarded older prints for years and for those who discovered that sewing was in their blood just a bit too late, I have selected the most coveted and exclusive prints from my archive and given them a color make over. In a dizzying array of spectral brilliance I o er you a collection of fabrics where every print is a star, a dream team of critters. Even the best players need support so I have paired these decadent prints with a collection of Pom Poms to cheer them on. The Pom Poms serve as a color interlude that highlight the best that each print has to o er. The only way to truly honor a coveted piece of fabric is to use it, to sew it, to quilt it into something worth saving.

In stores: March 2018

Avalon

By Joel Dewberry

A romantic pattern paradise. Avalon pays homage to the unexpected beauty found when we mix seemingly unrelated prints to find a brilliant harmony that exceeds expectations. Boldly modern florals, fresh color stories and a beautiful combination of texture and scale punctuate this design collection as the perfect option for your next quilt or sewn project.

 

In stores: March 2018

Merton

By Morris & Co

Named after Merton Abbey Mills where much of William Morris’ design work and production took place, this collection features classic Morris designs such as Snakehead and Chrysanthemum recreated in new. contemporary color palettes. Infuse your interior with heritage design reimagined for modern living.

In stores: March 2018

Merton

By Morris & Co

Named after Merton Abbey Mills where much of William Morris’ design work and production took place, this collection features classic Morris designs such as Snakehead and Chrysanthemum recreated in new. contemporary color palettes. Infuse your interior with heritage design reimagined for modern living.

In stores: March 2018

Crisp Petals

By Natalie Malan

Peach blossoms, in their riot of color, caught my eye when I was a little girl growing up in Georgia. Their velvety bursts of pink, salmon, and fuchsia painted the land and held the promise of a sweet, sticky heaven to come. I knew I wanted to put down roots and plant as many flowers as possible to surround myself with all the colors of my childhood. I began to paint those hues and those dreams. With each of my fabrics, I want you to be able to create treasures inspired by your own stories and to surround yourself with color and good memories.

 

In stores: March 2018

Roaring Twenties

By Snow Leopard Designs

This new collection by Snow Leopard Designs is inspired by the art and culture of the 1920s. Also known as the “Jazz Age” it was a decade of great social change with a vibrant cultural scene where Jazz, Art Deco and distinctive new fashions and dances flourished “The Roaring Twenties” Collection by Snow Leopard Designs seeks to capture this same spirit of energy and vibrancy in both design and colour. The designs have been carefully painted and developed from original floral and geometric textile documents of the period stored in the Snow Leopard Archive and will bring this same optimistic and vibrant energy to your homes and craft projects.

In stores: March 2018

Roaring Twenties

By Snow Leopard Designs

This new collection by Snow Leopard Designs is inspired by the art and culture of the 1920s. Also known as the “Jazz Age” it was a decade of great social change with a vibrant cultural scene where Jazz, Art Deco and distinctive new fashions and dances flourished “The Roaring Twenties” Collection by Snow Leopard Designs seeks to capture this same spirit of energy and vibrancy in both design and colour. The designs have been carefully painted and developed from original floral and geometric textile documents of the period stored in the Snow Leopard Archive and will bring this same optimistic and vibrant energy to your homes and craft projects.

In stores: March 2018

Electic Elements

By Tim Holtz

‘’They say that every possibility begins with the courage to imagine, and seeing my designs come to life as fabric is beyond my imagination. The inspiration for ‘Eclectic Elements’ was to combine the nostalgia of timeless elements with the texture and creative versatility of fabric. This unique combination of salvaged findings and a vintage palette creates a collection to inspire your artful imagination. I believe but the making something out of it after it is found. Remember life isn’t about finding yourself – life is about creating yourself…’’

In stores: March 2018

Daisy Daze

By Coats

Fun and flirty, Coats Daisy Daze offers a nostalgic awakening into vintage 30s vibe. These flouncy primary-colored daisies and thoughtful all-over prints beckons you to add a modern twist to some truly traditional quilt patterns like Sunbonnet Sue, Dresden Plate or Grandmother’s Flower Garden or harkens you to create a ruffled retro apron.

In stores: March 2018

Daisy Daze

By Coats

Fun and flirty, Coats Daisy Daze offers a nostalgic awakening into vintage 30s vibe. These flouncy primary-colored daisies and thoughtful all-over prints beckons you to add a modern twist to some truly traditional quilt patterns like Sunbonnet Sue, Dresden Plate or Grandmother’s Flower Garden or harkens you to create a ruffled retro apron.

In stores: March 2018

Bunnies, Birds & Blooms

By Miss Mustard Seed

As many creative endeavors do, this fabric collection, a first for Marian Parsons of the blog Miss Mustard Seed, started with color. A color palette already established in her line of milk paints takes new shape in leaping bunnies surrounded by garlands of flowers, and a flock of birds scattered across a piece of cotton.

While the collection feels whimsical and playful, the designs are classically grounded. Inspired by elements of antique textiles and prints, this new collection feels fresh and traditional.

PDF Quilt Pattern Courthouse Square

In stores: March 2018

April 2018

Kaffe Fassett Collective

By Kaffe Fassett

In stores: April 2018

Kaffe Fassett Collective

By Kaffe Fassett

In stores: April 2018

Electic Elements - Provisions

By Tim Holtz

Defined as ‘needed materials or supplies for the journey,’ Provisions is a palette of timeworn colors designed to coordinate and complement the entire Eclectic Elements Collection…

In stores: April 2018

Kiss Goodbye

By Verna Mosquera

In my latin heritage we always greet people with a kiss hello and bid farewell with a KISS GOODBYE. Most recently I gave someone a KISS GOODBYE a bit sooner that my heart was ready to. As an artist my work is very personal, it always has been. It has celebrated joys and helped me through the toughest of times. This year my mom Vicky passed away. It was very sudden, unexpected, sad and overwhelming. She had been my one constant all of my life, my best friend and confidant.

With her passing I can truly say I lost my biggest fan. She was the first to recognize my artistic gifts. As a child she gave up her time and took me to art classes with a private tutor for years. One summer she signed me up for my very first sewing class at the age of 9. She taught me how to embroider. She gave me my first palette of paints and my very first sewing machine. Even in those early years she always encouraged my artistic endeavors. She saw in me what I had not yet seen in myself.

When I started mu business there was not a quilt she did not like or a fabric collection shed id not find beautiful. it seemed only fitting that with her so deeply on my mind, my new collection would be dedicated to her and her wonderful legacy.

Her favorite quilt that I designed was Amelia’s Rose Garden, an appliqué quilt covered in various roses I dedicated to my grandmother. I decided my mom should have her own rose garden and as such I drew inspiration for the KISS GOODBYE prints. The primary print Cottage Rose with it’s stand alone rose represents her beauty and strength. The order assorted rose prints are supporting cast. I’ve also included Delightful Dot because there was not a polka dot she did not love.

The night she passed had been the first in which it had not rained in weeks. The morning dawn brought a sky the most glorious shades of pink. A friend said to me it was her welcome into heaven and a gift for me since pink is my favorite color. In those early days as I began to grieve her loss, a dear friend sent me a candle the most beautiful shade of turquoise. The color symbolized strength. I lit the candle each morning as I fondly remembered my mom. I’ve also included her favorite color yellow and the most peaceful and serene shade of linen white.

I wanted the colors and prints to be cheerful and inspire folks to make something lovely. My mom was the most beautiful person and such a blessing in my life. As hard as it was to let her go my heart was so full in knowing how very lucky I had been to have her as my mother. I hope that KISS GOODBYE will inspire you to make something lovely for that extra special person in your life.

In stores: April 2018

Kiss Goodbye

By Verna Mosquera

In my latin heritage we always greet people with a kiss hello and bid farewell with a KISS GOODBYE. Most recently I gave someone a KISS GOODBYE a bit sooner that my heart was ready to. As an artist my work is very personal, it always has been. It has celebrated joys and helped me through the toughest of times. This year my mom Vicky passed away. It was very sudden, unexpected, sad and overwhelming. She had been my one constant all of my life, my best friend and confidant.

With her passing I can truly say I lost my biggest fan. She was the first to recognize my artistic gifts. As a child she gave up her time and took me to art classes with a private tutor for years. One summer she signed me up for my very first sewing class at the age of 9. She taught me how to embroider. She gave me my first palette of paints and my very first sewing machine. Even in those early years she always encouraged my artistic endeavors. She saw in me what I had not yet seen in myself.

When I started mu business there was not a quilt she did not like or a fabric collection shed id not find beautiful. it seemed only fitting that with her so deeply on my mind, my new collection would be dedicated to her and her wonderful legacy.

Her favorite quilt that I designed was Amelia’s Rose Garden, an appliqué quilt covered in various roses I dedicated to my grandmother. I decided my mom should have her own rose garden and as such I drew inspiration for the KISS GOODBYE prints. The primary print Cottage Rose with it’s stand alone rose represents her beauty and strength. The order assorted rose prints are supporting cast. I’ve also included Delightful Dot because there was not a polka dot she did not love.

The night she passed had been the first in which it had not rained in weeks. The morning dawn brought a sky the most glorious shades of pink. A friend said to me it was her welcome into heaven and a gift for me since pink is my favorite color. In those early days as I began to grieve her loss, a dear friend sent me a candle the most beautiful shade of turquoise. The color symbolized strength. I lit the candle each morning as I fondly remembered my mom. I’ve also included her favorite color yellow and the most peaceful and serene shade of linen white.

I wanted the colors and prints to be cheerful and inspire folks to make something lovely. My mom was the most beautiful person and such a blessing in my life. As hard as it was to let her go my heart was so full in knowing how very lucky I had been to have her as my mother. I hope that KISS GOODBYE will inspire you to make something lovely for that extra special person in your life.

In stores: April 2018

Bungle in the Jungle

By David Walker

Jungle animals and kids just seem to go together, so we are very exited to see David Walker’s latest collection BUNGLE IN THE JUNGLE bring his playful characters to life! This delightful array of whimsically colored animals is sure to delight and inspire the imagination of any child.

In stores: April 2018

Jardine

By Amy Reber

Never underestimate the power of a simple shape. Amy says those exact words time and again when referencing her work. For this collection, that simple shape is a large waxy green leaf. That leaf, along with several fanciful flowers, and accompanying mid – Century modern shapes is Jardine. Amy Reber’s commitment to bold colors, patterns, and design took a bit of a twist with Jardine’s on – trend monochromatic color palettes. Amy created this vintage tropical design, inspired by old Hollywood and retro Palm Springs where martinis, big sunglasses and ostrich feathers are optional, but highly encouraged. Her love of this collection has her making a very personal connection…she is seriously considering adorning her master bedroom with these gorgeous fabrics and hopes to inspire the same connection in all of you. PDF Quilt Pattern Key Lime Pie

In stores: April 2018

Jardine

By Amy Reber

Never underestimate the power of a simple shape. Amy says those exact words time and again when referencing her work. For this collection, that simple shape is a large waxy green leaf. That leaf, along with several fanciful flowers, and accompanying mid – Century modern shapes is Jardine. Amy Reber’s commitment to bold colors, patterns, and design took a bit of a twist with Jardine’s on – trend monochromatic color palettes. Amy created this vintage tropical design, inspired by old Hollywood and retro Palm Springs where martinis, big sunglasses and ostrich feathers are optional, but highly encouraged. Her love of this collection has her making a very personal connection…she is seriously considering adorning her master bedroom with these gorgeous fabrics and hopes to inspire the same connection in all of you. PDF Quilt Pattern Key Lime Pie

In stores: April 2018

Mid Century Christmas

By Designer Essentials

Inspired by traditional ideals and color palettes of the era, Mid – Century Christmas is a subtle journey reminiscent of dashing through snow and decking the halls with glistening metallic accents. This design theme embraces the glow of candles on a Holiday evening and the crispness of being outdoors with freshly fallen snow. Featured in red, green and blue palettes, Mid – Century Christmas shimmers with gold and silver tones reflecting the joy of the holiday season. You can certainly hear the record player spinning tunes of holiday cheer while you deck the halls with tinsel trees and festive baubles.

PDF Quilt Pattern Christmas Crossroads

PDF Quilt Pattern Be Merry and Bright

PDF Quilt Pattern Yule Logs – Red

PDF Quilt Pattern Yule Logs – Blue

In stores: April 2018

Materialize

By Tim Holtz

Conjure up the creative spirits with the wickedly nostalgic Materialize. Inspired by a classic palette of orange and black, this collection combines an eclectic mix of frightful imagery capturing the ”spooktacular” nostalgia of Halloween Time. Materialize is designed to let your haunting imagination scream with delight…

PDF Quilt Pattern Illusions

In stores: April 2018

Materialize

By Tim Holtz

Conjure up the creative spirits with the wickedly nostalgic Materialize. Inspired by a classic palette of orange and black, this collection combines an eclectic mix of frightful imagery capturing the ”spooktacular” nostalgia of Halloween Time. Materialize is designed to let your haunting imagination scream with delight…

PDF Quilt Pattern Illusions

In stores: April 2018

Merrimet

By Tim Holtz

Make creativity merry & bright with the festivities of Merriment. Inspired by vintage memories of Christmas past, this collection brings a joyful mix of traditional colors and yuletide elements of the season. Merriment is designed to spark a little holiday magic for the most wonderful time of the year…

PDF Quilt Pattern Let it Snow

PDF Quilt Pattern Gift Wrap

In stores: April 2018

May 2018

Sugar Beach

By Jennifer Paganelli

Maybe because the beaches looked like sugar or maybe because St. Croix was the hub of Sugar Plantations in the West Indies, either way it was home to me. No matter where you were on the island, a sugar mill ruin was always close by; they made great forts. We would spend hours in them playing pirates and protecting the pile of gold (mom’s jewelry) from theban people, not realizing we were playing the bad people. My childhood memories and adventures are the background for this collection. A time where color rang out and beautiful fabrics were always at hand to create partitions, curtains, and covered boxes in our fort. Create your own adventure using the magical color of Sugar Beach.

In stores: May 2018

Peacock Paradise

By Corinne Haig

I have always been fascinated by peacocks and was thrilled with the opportunity to paint them! Peacocks are one of the most stunning ornamental birds in the world. The males, in particular appear so confident and opulent. It is a stunning sight to see a male peacock fan their feathers in all their glory. These colorful patterns can be mixed and matched into endless combinations and I am excited to see the many beautiful and creative ways you design your projects with the Peacock Paradise collection!

In stores: May 2018

Peacock Paradise

By Corinne Haig

I have always been fascinated by peacocks and was thrilled with the opportunity to paint them! Peacocks are one of the most stunning ornamental birds in the world. The males, in particular appear so confident and opulent. It is a stunning sight to see a male peacock fan their feathers in all their glory. These colorful patterns can be mixed and matched into endless combinations and I am excited to see the many beautiful and creative ways you design your projects with the Peacock Paradise collection!

In stores: May 2018

Bloom Beautiful

By Shell Rummel

There’s something universally resonant about a garden in full bloom! Along with soft washes of watercolor, the delicate roses, songbirds and feathers featured in Bloom Beautiful evoke a romantic, vintage charm. There’s a feminine softness and sophistication to the nature-inspired patterning, that is perfectly balanced with two modern geometrics. Bloom Beautiful, with its three gorgeous palettes, will be your go to collection to create contemporary heirloom quality quilts and artfully inspired home decor and craft projects.

In stores: May 2018

Passion flower

By Anna Maria Horner

There are over 500 varieties of Passion Flower and among them are a type that grows wild in Tennessee. Living here, I’ve become very accustomed to the rapidly growing vines my garden whether invited or not. Last Spring upon returning from a long trip, I found they had taken over a large portion of my flower beds, and had no choice but to enjoy their strange blooms. My Passionflower collection was created with the idea that the most beautiful things can happen without planning for them. The diversity of print styles is meant to inspire unusual combinations and exciting palettes. The Impostor design is a celebration of unexpected beauty disrupting the norm, while the Passiflora design is a moody study of my now beloved Tennessee wildflowers. The Migration design features the Heliconius because they are so appreciative of the flowers that they are known as the passion – vine butterfly. Add to that some healthy scale variety from patchwork stripes, bold geometrics, and lacey tonals, Passionflower is destined for favorite quilts, bold garments and go – to prints that work with all of my collections.

PDF Quilt Pattern Kit & Caboodle

PDF Quilt Pattern Flips

In stores: May 2018

Passion flower

By Anna Maria Horner

There are over 500 varieties of Passion Flower and among them are a type that grows wild in Tennessee. Living here, I’ve become very accustomed to the rapidly growing vines my garden whether invited or not. Last Spring upon returning from a long trip, I found they had taken over a large portion of my flower beds, and had no choice but to enjoy their strange blooms. My Passionflower collection was created with the idea that the most beautiful things can happen without planning for them. The diversity of print styles is meant to inspire unusual combinations and exciting palettes. The Impostor design is a celebration of unexpected beauty disrupting the norm, while the Passiflora design is a moody study of my now beloved Tennessee wildflowers. The Migration design features the Heliconius because they are so appreciative of the flowers that they are known as the passion – vine butterfly. Add to that some healthy scale variety from patchwork stripes, bold geometrics, and lacey tonals, Passionflower is destined for favorite quilts, bold garments and go – to prints that work with all of my collections.

PDF Quilt Pattern Kit & Caboodle

PDF Quilt Pattern Flips

In stores: May 2018

Springwater

By Erin McMorris

Springwater was inspired by the harmony of nature found on my daily bike rides along the Willamette River on the Springwater Trail. This trail follows a former railway line and travels next to many parks and nature preserves. I love watching the seasons change, bringing new colors and varieties of flowers and plants along the way. It is a beautiful path that inspires me year round. The three color – ways, Meadow, River, and Field, pull from wildlife and intertwine with one another seamlessly just as in nature.

PDF Quilt Pattern Springwater Daisy

In stores: May 2018

Petal & Vine

By Shannon Newlin

From the vine to the petal, every flower tells a story of beauty and uniqueness. This collection is inspired by a modern interpretation of the classic rose. The flowers vivid colors invite playfulness while their vines & petals create structure and strength. A contemporary, minimal raindrop pattern can be placed next to an intricate, vibrant flower design with ease. Hues of pink and blue play nicely together with subtle hints of neutral color for balance. The roses were formed with patterns within each petal, while the stems were drawn to create an organic flow of movement across the fabric. With so many floral designs in rich hues to choose from, sewing projects will flourish with energy and excitement. Looking forward to seeing what you might create!

PDF Quilt Pattern Meander

PDF Quilt Pattern Unbeaten Path

PDF Quilt Pattern Single File

In stores: May 2018

Petal & Vine

By Shannon Newlin

From the vine to the petal, every flower tells a story of beauty and uniqueness. This collection is inspired by a modern interpretation of the classic rose. The flowers vivid colors invite playfulness while their vines & petals create structure and strength. A contemporary, minimal raindrop pattern can be placed next to an intricate, vibrant flower design with ease. Hues of pink and blue play nicely together with subtle hints of neutral color for balance. The roses were formed with patterns within each petal, while the stems were drawn to create an organic flow of movement across the fabric. With so many floral designs in rich hues to choose from, sewing projects will flourish with energy and excitement. Looking forward to seeing what you might create!

PDF Quilt Pattern Meander

PDF Quilt Pattern Unbeaten Path

PDF Quilt Pattern Single File

In stores: May 2018

Victoria

By Tanya Whelan

Tanya Whelan’s newest collection, Victoria, was inspired by the exuberant beauty of the Victorian age. Baroque scrolled roses, elegant Art Nouveau florals, sweet French bouquets, and English blooms all dance together with a palette of deep pinks, fresh grass green, sky blues and silver grays.

PDF Quilt Pattern Star Royale

PDF Quilt Pattern Spring Social

In stores: May 2018

June 2018

De La Luna

By Tula Pink

The De la Luna Sisters are the not so distant cousins of the Von Black sisters, who made somewhat of a name for themselves a few years ago in collection called Night Shade. While the Von Black sisters drew their power from more earthly elements, the De la Luna sisters cull their magical gifts from the spirit realm. Once a year, as fall crashes into winter, the matriarchs of the De la Luna clan call on their ancestors, acting as vessels for their vast power. Maria De la Luna, the youngest of the three sisters can see into the great distance of the future as she draws her power from the most clairvoyant spirits in their lineage. She uses her prophetic sight to write letters to mean girls informing them of the exact time and place that they will die or sometimes when their boyfriends will break up with them depending on how mean they are. The middle Sister, Magnolia De la Luna, is perhaps the most cunning of the three although it’s hard to tell because she doesn’t wear glasses and everyone knows that the smartest people always wear glasses. Magnolia, Maggie for short, draws her power from the spirits of earth and bloom. She uses her potent power to cultivate and nurture vast gardens and lush landscapes for her highest paying clients. Oh, did I forget to mention that she runs a surprisingly successful landscape architecture firm in their prosperous south Texas town? The oldest sister, Venus De la Luna, the undisputed caretaker of the whole De Luna clan and best friend to her cousin Scarlet Von Black has a vary mysterious past. Venus leaves a trail of admirers where ever she goes. Great empires have fallen under her angelic gaze. Many great men sit alone in padded rooms spending endless days and boundless nights whispering her name to no one in – particular. She swears that she did nothing to encourage their favor and was only, ever, minding her own business. Just because these men choose to buy her gifts from her extensive online wish list is truly no fault of her own.

PDF Quilt Pattern Witch Socks

PDF Quilt Pattern Blink

PDF Quilt Pattern Family Portrait

In stores: June 2018

De La Luna

By Tula Pink

The De la Luna Sisters are the not so distant cousins of the Von Black sisters, who made somewhat of a name for themselves a few years ago in collection called Night Shade. While the Von Black sisters drew their power from more earthly elements, the De la Luna sisters cull their magical gifts from the spirit realm. Once a year, as fall crashes into winter, the matriarchs of the De la Luna clan call on their ancestors, acting as vessels for their vast power. Maria De la Luna, the youngest of the three sisters can see into the great distance of the future as she draws her power from the most clairvoyant spirits in their lineage. She uses her prophetic sight to write letters to mean girls informing them of the exact time and place that they will die or sometimes when their boyfriends will break up with them depending on how mean they are. The middle Sister, Magnolia De la Luna, is perhaps the most cunning of the three although it’s hard to tell because she doesn’t wear glasses and everyone knows that the smartest people always wear glasses. Magnolia, Maggie for short, draws her power from the spirits of earth and bloom. She uses her potent power to cultivate and nurture vast gardens and lush landscapes for her highest paying clients. Oh, did I forget to mention that she runs a surprisingly successful landscape architecture firm in their prosperous south Texas town? The oldest sister, Venus De la Luna, the undisputed caretaker of the whole De Luna clan and best friend to her cousin Scarlet Von Black has a vary mysterious past. Venus leaves a trail of admirers where ever she goes. Great empires have fallen under her angelic gaze. Many great men sit alone in padded rooms spending endless days and boundless nights whispering her name to no one in – particular. She swears that she did nothing to encourage their favor and was only, ever, minding her own business. Just because these men choose to buy her gifts from her extensive online wish list is truly no fault of her own.

PDF Quilt Pattern Witch Socks

PDF Quilt Pattern Blink

PDF Quilt Pattern Family Portrait

In stores: June 2018

Daydream

By Dena Designs

This collection evokes the wanderlust in us… the dream to wander the enchanted flora and fauna of the lush gardens, tropical rainforests, and mystic jungles of the world. Beautiful hand – painted florals and foliage mix with whimsical animals and modern medallions to create this magical collection. Perfect for all sewing projects, these would be especially lovely as a sarong or tunic for walking along the sands of tropical beaches, as napkins and placemats for savoring your favorite global cuisine, or simply as a quilted throw and pillows made for daydreaming of those heavenly far – away lands.

PDF Quilt Pattern I Dream

PDF Quilt Pattern Exotic Daydream

In stores: June 2018

How Do You Do

By Keiko Goge

Keiko Goke is a Japanese designer who specializes in art quilts. Her style is beautiful, handcrafted and colorful. With 40 years of experience in the quilting world, Keiko has exhibited all over the world, won many international prizes, made the front page of various quilting magazines, and taught many courses in various countries. “When I am developing my designs, I always think of fabrics that I want but rarely find. This is my very first collection with FreeSpirit and I hope you like it. Thank you and ‘How Do You Do?’”

PDF Quilt Pattern Copy and Paste

PDF Quilt Pattern Bodalicious Blooms

In stores: June 2018

How Do You Do

By Keiko Goge

Keiko Goke is a Japanese designer who specializes in art quilts. Her style is beautiful, handcrafted and colorful. With 40 years of experience in the quilting world, Keiko has exhibited all over the world, won many international prizes, made the front page of various quilting magazines, and taught many courses in various countries. “When I am developing my designs, I always think of fabrics that I want but rarely find. This is my very first collection with FreeSpirit and I hope you like it. Thank you and ‘How Do You Do?’”

PDF Quilt Pattern Copy and Paste

PDF Quilt Pattern Bodalicious Blooms

In stores: June 2018

Georgia Blue

By Natalie Malan

Natalie Malan’s latest collection, Georgia Blue, will transport you to lazy summer afternoons on the front porch. The Sweet and whimisical florals evoke memories of sharing a pitcher of sweet tea with old friends, the Sprinkler’s Cascade Sparkling in the Sun. The glow of summer days and sultry perfume of summer nights coordinate beautifully in this fabric anthology of the South.

The exquisite detail and pleasing palette of this collection reflect Natalie’s childhood in Georgia. The navy blues are a tribute to growing up at Fort McPherson, its parade ground dotted with flowers, a perfect place to run free. You’ll recall cerulean skies and a hint of honeysuckle in this verdant medley. Let your imagination guide you as you piece these lovely patterns and hues into an heirloom.

PDF Quilt Pattern Finding Cleo

In stores: June 2018

July 2018

Chasing Rainbows

By Jane Sassaman

Jane Sassaman’s new FreeSpirit collection is built around rainbows and following your heart’s desire. Rainbows are an unabashed symbol of optimism and overcoming obstacles. These designs project hope in a very graphic way. It is almost impossible to feel “blue” when surrounded with a spectrum of bright colors. Whether you are looking for relief from a cold dark winter or just overcoming the daily doldrums, this cheerful collection is just what you need! You can add positive energy to all your new quilting and sewing projects by mixing in a splash of Chasing Rainbows. Baby blankets, nursery accessories and tiny tot apparel are an obvious outlet for these vibrant designs. Chasing Rainbows will collaborate perfectly with summertime stitching adventures of all kinds, like that new beach bag, matching picnic basket, and swimsuit cover – up. Throw open the windows and let the sun shine in with Chasing Rainbows, the ideal antidote for the blues.

PDF Quilt Pattern Every Which Way – Light

PDF Quilt Pattern Every Which Way – Bright

PDF Quilt Pattern Every Which Way – Rainbow

In stores: July 2018

Chasing Rainbows

By Jane Sassaman

Jane Sassaman’s new FreeSpirit collection is built around rainbows and following your heart’s desire. Rainbows are an unabashed symbol of optimism and overcoming obstacles. These designs project hope in a very graphic way. It is almost impossible to feel “blue” when surrounded with a spectrum of bright colors. Whether you are looking for relief from a cold dark winter or just overcoming the daily doldrums, this cheerful collection is just what you need! You can add positive energy to all your new quilting and sewing projects by mixing in a splash of Chasing Rainbows. Baby blankets, nursery accessories and tiny tot apparel are an obvious outlet for these vibrant designs. Chasing Rainbows will collaborate perfectly with summertime stitching adventures of all kinds, like that new beach bag, matching picnic basket, and swimsuit cover – up. Throw open the windows and let the sun shine in with Chasing Rainbows, the ideal antidote for the blues.

PDF Quilt Pattern Every Which Way – Light

PDF Quilt Pattern Every Which Way – Bright

PDF Quilt Pattern Every Which Way – Rainbow

In stores: July 2018

A Bird in Hand

By Laura Heine

The inspiration for this line of fabric came from my ”Bird in Hand” quilt that I made years ago. I designed the fabrics to create a collage quilt that will feature the bird in a new way! A fun new way to mix colors and collage motifs.

”She engaged in flights of fancy creating colors she loved, held on to them and did not risk losing them for something better!

PDF Quilt Pattern Sea Glass

In stores: July 2018

A Bird in Hand

By Laura Heine

The inspiration for this line of fabric came from my ”Bird in Hand” quilt that I made years ago. I designed the fabrics to create a collage quilt that will feature the bird in a new way! A fun new way to mix colors and collage motifs.

”She engaged in flights of fancy creating colors she loved, held on to them and did not risk losing them for something better!

PDF Quilt Pattern Sea Glass

In stores: July 2018

Flora Folk

By Margot Elena

There they were, dusty and far older than me. Motifs, patterns and inspirations from the past, some dating back 100 years – yet far too fresh to be forgotten. These patterns and I became fast friends. Steadfast and true, enchanted by possibility and the promise of an optimistic and imaginative future together. Floral and folksy personalities, not the usual partners asking to play together, but instead friends who balance each other. Each friend with her own unique beauty, hidden strengths, special quirks, charm and sense of humor. A splash of pink to wake things up in our color – way called “Poppy,” is bright and clear. Now, let’s make the mood more quiet, more reflective and calm, a silvered story simply named “Lavender.” And finally, to sleep, perchance to dream, “Nightshades” in hues of blue and green call from the garden. Spend a lazy evening together with us, eight patterns Mable, Myrtle, Velma, and more, where we can all relax, laugh, tell secrets and create something wonderful an inspired and true friendship, indeed.

PDF Quilt Pattern Moroccan Flowers

In stores: July 2018