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All the way from Portland, USA: the NEW MODA Fabric Collections

Quilt Market, Spring 2018 has begun which means the NEW Moda Fabrics Collections are released. They will arrive Europe in the end of this year (november/december) but are available for order now! (B2B only). Have your sneak preview now and enjoy!

 

In this fabric line release:

  • 21 New Moda Fabric Lines, including flannels, colours, neutrals, stars, bright colours and batiks.

Scroll down to see the latest fabric lines yourself now. 🙂

 


Moda – Spring Market 2018 – Fabric Line Release

Moda just released 21 new fabric lines. These collections will be in stores from November 2018. More Moda Future Collections? See our Future Collections page: Future Collections Moda

 

All Weather Friend by April Rosenthal (in stores: November 2018)

2018-11 All Weather Friend by AprilRosenthal for Moda Fabrics

With prints reminis-cent of different seasons, tied together with a vibrant rainbow of optimistic colors -All-Weather Friend is a tribute to the ones we hold dear. The ones we cling to when the world feels fike a mess of epic proportions. The ones who show up, every time. The ones who laugh when we laugh, and cry when we cry. The ones who pick up the phone even when they know it will mean changing their plans for the day. The ones who have kept us humble at our best and loved us at our worst. The ones who add color to our lives. All-Weather Friend is inspired by these people.

 

Brew by Deb Strain (in stores: November 2018)

2018-11 Brew by Deb Strai for Moda Fabrics

It’s so true – it’s the best part of waking up. For many of us, coffee is such a part of life, and we love every kind there is. Dark and rich, light and frothy, sweet and nutty… we try not to play favorites.
This collection was inspired by the different varieties and blends found throughout the world. From the coffee beans in their burlap bags to the steam on a freshly poured cup… coffee will always be a source of full, rich inspiration. No matter your coffee preference,) hope this “blend” of color and pattern energizes your creativity!

 

Farmhouse II by Fig Tree & Co (in stores: November 2018)

2018-11 Farmhouse II by Fig Tree and Co for Moda Fabrics

A sister collection to our popular Farmhouse, we’ve brought a whole new set of retro prints in yummy colors for Farmhouse H! Filled with more 50’s flavored florals, our favorite classic dots, a mini version of our criss-cross pattern and several fantastic new filler-prints, this grouping is definitely perfect for today’s “country girl’ at heart. Colors such as Tomato, Meadow, Milk & Pumpkin take us to those idyllic country days.

 

Flower Garden Gatherings by Primitive Gatherings (in stores: November 2018)

2018-11 Flower Garden Gatherings by Primitive Gatherings for Moda Fabrics

2018-12 Flower Garden Gatherings Backgrounds by Primitive Gatherings for Moda Fabrics

Color your life – and your quilts – with the vibrant colors of a flower garden. A primitive garden! The colors are Poppy and Marigold, Aster and Peony, and the prints are small-scaled. Use them for the small piecing I love or for bold bursts and color, and for adding a bit of color to a scrap quilts.
To give my garden the foundation it needs to bloom, we’ve used my facorite muslin shades of Tallow, Paper Bag and Pie Crust and created Flower Garden Backgrounds. These shirting-like prints are the sort that I’ll use for years to come, the’re like “Heirloom Seeds”… or the seeds for my heirlooms and yours.

 

Garden Variety by Lella Boutique (in stores: November 2018)

2018-11 Garden Variety by Lella Boutique for Moda Fabrics

The rain has fallen, seeds have been planted, and bees are busing as they make their way from flower to flower. Soon the garden will be in full bloom.
There is splendid harmony found in a garden bed, a juxtaposition of beauty and growth mingled with weeds and brambles. Perhaps they are not at odds in the way we might sometimes suppose, but instead, the garden is the balance of a good life. Just as in a real garden, you will find a variety of textures and sun-kissed colors in this collection… along with a few brambles too!
Pick your favorites and see what you can grow in your fabric garden.|

 

Harriets Handwork by Betsy Chutchian (in stores: November 2018)

2018-11 Harriets Handwork by Betsy Chutchian for Moda Fabrics

Harriet Hanson Robinson (1825-1911) began working as a bobbin dot at a textile mill in Lowell, Massachusetts at the age of 10 to help support her widowed mother andfizmily Herjob was to exchangefidl bobbins with empty ones on the spinning looms, a task she pegfrmetlfirfifteen minutes every hour; earning $2.00 a week. At age 11, when the mill workers went on strike over lowering wages she eagerly participated, After the strike ended Harriet continued working and was eventually promoted to drawing in girl” — the process of using long hooks to grab threads and draw them through the harness and reeds ofa loom after the warp threads have been loaded Harriet continued to work at the mill until she married In her later years, Harriet actively participated in the Women’s Stage Movement. My Inspiration
The prints and colon of Harriet’s Handwork were inspired by Harriet, and by an antique quilt in my collection dating to 1820-1840.

Once Upon a Time by Stacy Iest Hsu (in stores: November 2018)

2018-11 Once Upon a Time by Stacy Iest Hsu for Moda Fabrics

Once Upon a Time is a collection that celebrates all things fairytale! Whimsical illustrations of castles, unicorns, gardens and most importantly princesses are what you will find in this collection. Beautiful shades of pink and lavender make this collection the absolute sweetest. Your little ones and their friends will have endless hours of play and story telling with this collection.

 

Spotted by Zen Chic (in stores: November 2018)

2018-11 Spotted by Zen Chic for Moda Fabrics

The one thing every quitter needs all the time? Blenders! Prints that read like a solid, but have that extra vibrancy of a texture in it. You can never have enough and the wider the color range, the better. SPOTTED comes with a retro texture, which we know from posters from the 50s: Little subtle spots in the printed surface. With its bright hues he color palette serves especially the modern quitter excellently. SPOTTED is an essential collection and with all the standard precuts you have the perfect product to provide for a quilter’s stash with a great color box!

 

Voysey by V&A Archives (in stores: November 2018)

2018-11 Voysey by the VandA Archives for Moda

English architect and designer Charles F.A. Voysey (1857-1941)  producednd other patterns over a career spanning 50 years. His style, characterized by bold repeats, natural forms, flat tints of colour and a pared back simplicity, is quickly identifiable. Crafters will Delight in his patterns, which retain their Original freshness.
For this Voysey collection, the designers love of nature and preferred color palette take center stage. The rich color is slightly muted and the prints mix the bold with the simple in a way that will never go out of style.

 

Weather Permitting by Janet Clare (in stores: November 2018)

2018-11 Weather Permitting by Janet Clare for Moda Fabrics

They Say…
that the only topic of conversation here in the UK is our charming weather. And I’d like to tell you that it’s not true but, well… I haven’t had too many conversations where it hasn’t come up!
So it is high time this Brit designed a few pieces of weather-inspired fabric!
WEATHER PERMITTING is polite and friendly: a little warm rain on a summer day, a good breeze to blow the cobwebs away, and fluffy white clouds floating by in a blue sky.
Add a map of the world and some meteorological symbols and you’ve got all you need to create quilts for explorers, daydreamers and scholars, for holidays, picnics and beach days… or even those feeling “under the weather” days.

 

Amberley by Brenda Riddle Designs (in stores: December 2018)

2018-12 Amberley by Brenda Riddle Designs for Moda Fabrics

Named after a town in the Southern aprt of England, Amberley is designed to reflect a description I read of the town.. “It is a quaint, charming, & Picturesque place….” With the florals, classic ginghams & dots that i love, & colors of Sunshine, sky, sprout, peony, pebble & white linen, Amberley is poised & ready to bring warmth & charm to you and your home.

 

Dandi Annie by Robin Pickens (in stores: December 2018)

2018-12 Dandi Annie by Robin Pickens for Moda Fabrics

Dandelions remind me of growing up in the Midwest and seeing the cheery, yellow blooms pop up in the middle of the yard. While the adults saw them as annoying weeds, we saw simple, happy flowers that made charming bouquets, could be twisted into necklaces and rubbed onto our skin to make a lovely golden color. Even better than the yellow beauties were the mature puff balls of seeds. We knew our dreams were sure to come true if we could blow all the seeds off the stem in one big breath. The graceful dance of seeds traveling in the breeze gave flight to our wishes on warm sunny days.

 

Farm Fresh by Gingiber (in stores: December 2018)

2018-12 Farm Fresh by Gingiber for Moda Fabrics

Farm Fresh brings you Gingiber’s signature animals along with plenty of fun, summery patterns to create the most happy and fresh quilts! Farm Fresh feels like you are on a picnic with colors of red and blue, plus just a touch of black and white. The mix means that your Farm Fresh quilts can read very minimal or extremely colorful.

 

Howl & Hound by Lydia Nelson (in stores: December 2018)

2018-12 Howl and Hound by Lydia Nelson

 

 

Looking Forward by Jen Kingwell (in stores: December 2018)

2018-12 Looking Forward by Jen Kingwell for Moda Fabrics

A year ago, I was looking forward to moving my home and shop from Melbourne to Torquay Beach. I must have hod the beach in mind when I named the prints Flip Flops and Rockpools, Sea Spray and Sunday Picnic. The colors ore beach-bright, I 960s mod – shades of green, gold, pink, blue and purple. I hope you are looking forward to using my newest fabric line. -Jen Kingwell

 

Prairie Grass by Holly Taylor (in stores: December 2018)

2018-12 Prairie Grass by Holly Taylor for Moda Fabrics

We tried a new technique in painting this new line. Our inspiration was an embossed greeting card. We loved the depth and shading it bad so we meticulously worked to achieve that effect. We hope you love it as much as sve do! Holly Taylor

 

 

Regency Ballycastle Chintz by Christopher Wilson Tate (in stores: November 2018)

2018-12 Regency Blues BallyCastle Chintz by Christopher Wilson Tate for Moda Fabrics

Inspired by Central American tribal patterns, weaves and embroidery, Rosa is a chic collection fashioned with rich colors and textures. In addition to cultural influences, you will find dainty flowers, lush roses and swallows symbolizing love and the island Cozumel, which means, “Land of the Swallow.” This collection has stylish elegance that’s universal for quilts, garments, accessories and home decor.

 

Rosa by Crystal Manning (in stores: December 2018)

2018-12 Rosa by Crystal Manning for Moda Fabrics

Inspired by Central American tribal patterns, weaves and embroidery, Rosa is a chic collection fashioned with rich colors and textures. In addition to cultural influences, you will find dainty flowers, lush roses and swallows symbolizing love and the island Cozumel, which means, “Land of the Swallow.” This collection has stylish elegance that’s universal for quilts, garments, accessories and home decor.

 

Sunnyside Up by Corey Yoder (in stores: December 2018)

2018-12 Sunnyside Up by Corey Yoder for Moda Fabrics

“Grab your coat and get your hat. Leave your worry on the door step. Just direct your feet to the sunny side of the street.”
Now that you have that song playing in your head as I have for the last several months as I have been working with these fabrics, let me introduce you to my new collection, Sunnyside Up.
Sunnyside Up continues my love of a warm, happy palette featuring all of the colors of the rain-bow. From warm reds to sunny yellows, all the way to a beautiful orchid purple, this collection has a dash of all of my favorite colors. Flowers are another one of my favorite things – “these are a few of my favorite things”… sung in your best Julie Andrews’ voice of course – so you will find Sunnyside Up is filled with flowers, big and small.

 

Urban Cottage Prints by Urban Chiks (in stores: December 2018)

2018-12 Urban Cottage Prints by Urban Chiks for Moda Fabrics

Simplicity. The Urban Chiks know that getting the feel of “modern farmhouse” style is all about the right mix of scale, elements and color. Block and Cream. It’s the starting point for great design – classic and modern, retro and urban. Over-sized polka dots and text prints, large-scale roses and a flying geese stripe that can be used for quilts, pillows and ac-cessories that will always feel comfortable and fresh.

 

Machi by Debbie Maddy  (In stores December 2018)
201811 Machi by Debbie Maddy for Moda Fabrics

Machi is the Japanese word for a city. Japan has many beautiful cities – large and small – that are filled with beautiful imag-es. From the side-by-side mix of ancient and contemporary structures to the landscape surrounding the cities, towns and villages. Even the day-to-day findings are special – the manhole covers are works of art, there are paintings on the firehouse doors, and from a gorgeous door to a remarkable fence, every nook and cranny has been thoughtfully crafted to express beauty.

 

Le Pavot by Sandy Gervais(In stores December 2018)

I have always loved botanical drawings. From the fine details of the drawings to the beautiful shading In the colored renderings. Man artist, I love that among the most accomplished botanical artists in history are sev-eral women – Margaret Flockton, Marla Sybillia Merlon and Elizabeth Blackwell.

These fabric lines are available for order. Please contact your sales representative or sales@rhinetex.com. 

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