I'm so excited to share my first line of fabrics with all of you,
Sonnet with Newcastle Fabrics!
I'm a hopeless romantic, and often name my quilts from lines in poems,
like The Star Splitter by Robert Frost,
or Goodbye my Fancy by Walt Whitman
This collection reflects the fabrics I love to use most often. Colors that are
my normal "go to" palette are "red, yellow, pink, blue," and
Adding in the comfort colors of chocolate brown and a deep navy...
I am a girl who loves her jeans and chocolate after all!
I love Beauteous floral fabrics, and small Celestial prints that have a lot of color.
I adore border prints and fabrics that run light to dark, rather like a good sonnet!
One can never go wrong with great looking (flattery) plaids,
and a graceful modern floral as well!
The prints are named from words in Sonnets like Beauteous, Celestial, Flattery and Grace.
I can't wait to have you playing in them!
Coming fall 2013
Request the line at your local quilt shop!
Swing by New Castle fabrics at their website,
and/or at booth #1737 at Quilt Market next week in Portland!
How exciting... Congratulations!!!ReplyDelete
They are so beautiful V, how absolutely wonderful! Can't wait to create with them. xoReplyDelete
Beautiful! Exciting! Have fun at Market. xoReplyDelete
you have FABRIC!!! Yeah!ReplyDelete
Congratulations Victoria! Fabulous!ReplyDelete
Must, must, must have the RED!!! Your tie is precious!ReplyDelete
LOVE those pillows!!!ReplyDelete
Congratulations V! I can't wait. I love the navy and the chocolate floral!ReplyDelete
It's fabulous! Can't wait to sew with it!ReplyDelete
Marvelous... gorgeous!! Congrats!!ReplyDelete
I love the tie! Great post!ReplyDelete
Congrats, the whole line is beautiful! The Tie is AWWWWESOME!ReplyDelete
Congratulations! They are beautiful!ReplyDelete
Yay, it's all stunning. I feel a shift in my usual antipathy to plaid...ReplyDelete
Congratulations V! The line is BEEEEUUUUTIFUL! Can anyone go to Portland QM? I thought it was a trade show. If we can I gotta make plans!!!ReplyDelete
I can't wait to get my hands on some!! It's beautiful!ReplyDelete
OK, I officially want to be VFW when I grow up! Oh, why wait! I want to be her NOW! I can't wait to play with your first fabric line! Congratulations!ReplyDelete
Oh I really want the navy floral border print and all the prints to go with it! I love the idea of red as your neutral. I'm going to be getting some of this as soon as it hits the stores. :DReplyDelete
Love the tie photo. I used to wear men's ties in the early 80s. I know this is super exciting for you. Love the richness of the palette.ReplyDelete
How very exciting! Love those border prints!ReplyDelete
Can't wait to see the dress you make out of YOUR fabric! I am seeing a cute dress using the border fabric at the hem. Have a wonderful time at Portland and I am wishing you so much success with this line that you will get to continue to design fabric!ReplyDelete
I love the whole line, congrats on a wonderful design job. I admire your talents.ReplyDelete
Wonderful!! Can't wait to get some - the whole line just looks so yummy!ReplyDelete
Sooooo happy for you!!! The baby quilt is adorable.ReplyDelete
love the nails V!...oh, the fabrics ain't bad too........ReplyDelete
I may be a bit biased but I think this is one of the best new lines to come out in a while. This is not some line of simple computer generated random shapes. It has meaning and shape and color and texture. It is brilliant Victoria and I cannot wait to get my hands on some of it! P.S. My first thought was I want a dress too.ReplyDelete
oh this fabric line is just fabulous! Finally someone who also love fabric that change color/pattern along the width - those are my favorite too!!! And then NAVY!! Been waiting for navy to get into a spotlight - one of my favorite dark colors too!ReplyDelete
Congratulations and I really can't wait to see this fabric "live"! It will be tough to decide what to make first - quilts or pretty dress, skirt...
Beautiful! Congrats, Victoria! So fun to see the fabrics!ReplyDelete
Yay! How exciting. Love that tie. Thanks for showing the fabrics, will keep an eye out for them!ReplyDelete
Did you design your own print ?ReplyDelete
LOVE the tie! That is just presh! That is really a fun line. Like you say, you can get lots of unique looks from that fabric mix. Hope the launch exceeds your dreams in the best way possible~ReplyDelete
This is so wonderful ... congratulations!ReplyDelete
seems i'm not the only one that loves the tie, takes me back to 80's. and who could not love the 80's and love your fabric line. well done!ReplyDelete
Did you design your own print on your fabric line ??ReplyDelete