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Friday, February 10, 2012

Run, don't walk . . . Freshcut is now available at your local quilt shop!

 
Freshcut™ is back! With lively florals and refreshing coordinates, Heather Bailey’s beloved Freshcut collection is now available at your local quilt shop.  Back by popular demand, Heather's re-release includes a wide selection of quilting cottons, a fantastic assortment of flannels and laminated cottons.

Now you can cozy up in Freshcut flannel pajamas while stitching together your next Freshcut quilt. And the laminated cottons are great for all sorts of projects—from raincoats, hats and hand bags, to tablecloths, toys, and chair covers. Looking for a great laminates project to sew? Pick up Heather’s Jack & Jill Lunch Bags mini pattern at your local quilt shop, or get Heather’s popular Happy Stacker Ring Toy pattern—for wipeable toys!

“I’m so excited to see Freshcut again.” Heather says, “I get dozens of emails every week asking for these fabrics. And this time around, there are laminates and flannels to play with as well. I can’t wait to tell everyone the news.”

To get you started, tell us if you are a Freshcut groupie. Did you make something from Freshcut when it was first launched? Tell us why you are excited about being able to touch, feel and adore these fabrics again.  Comment by February 15 and we will send to six random commentors one of each of Heather's patterns.  Motivation to get creative with Freshcut.

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14 comments:

Jill said...

This makes my heart go pitter-pat! I love this line - this is the line that made me a sewing junkie. I tried to buy as much as I could from my local quilt shop before it sold out and I made one of my first quilts with this line, as well as throw pillows for my bed. Awesome to see it's coming back!

C. said...

I hadn't discovered designer fabrics the first time Freshcut came out, so I'll have to go get some this time!

thegoose said...

My lovely and cheerful kitchen curtains were made with Freshcut. I used the same fabric to make a dress for my niece, but she lives far away, so no one has actually noticed that she matches my kitchen curtains. I'm looking forward to getting some of the prints I missed last time around.

Beatrix from Kindershop said...

I was not part of the sewing community when Freshcut came out the first time around. But, I am loving the big bold flower prints in pink. I will definetly go and buy a couple of Freshcut flannels to make PJ-pants.
Thank you for re-printing these fabrics.

Cecilia said...

I wasn't quilting when they were first released, but I can see that I need some of them now. These fabrics are just so bright and cheerful! I need some to make a really bright flannel rag quilt. Thanks for the giveaway.

J said...

I've loved Freshcut since I first saw it, and bought many of the prints. I'm currently working on a tumbler block quilt with Freshcut and other Heather Bailey lines...they play so well together! Love that I'll be able to buy it laminates, too.

Pattyskypants said...

I've been a fan of Heather's prints since two computers and three cell phones ago! At the time I was trying to make headbands for my friend, who was married w/o children. Now she has two children and I fear the headband has worn out. LOL xxoo Patty

rstroh said...

The colors in fresh cut are simply awesome. I'm still hoarding my last little bit. So glad to see it back!

Tamie said...

I missed it the first time around and would love to add some to my stash since I'm lucky enough to get a second chance.

Anonymous said...

I think Freshcut is my favourite collection and I am so excited to see its return. I made a lovely quilt for my bed when it first came out and would really love to make one for my daughter.
Judith.
judithlynes(at)btinternet(dot)com

Jennie P. said...

I am so happy that this was re-released. It was my favorite and I purchased many yards when it first came out. It was the first fabric I purchased for myself for sewing.

Jennie P. said...

I forgot to post a link to something I made with Freshcut. I made this little 3-ring binder tote. I originally made it for myself, but then my niece saw it and loved it and she had to have it for herself. So I gave it to her. It had a little pen/pencil pouch on the front of it as well. I didn't use a pattern, just sewed it up as I went.
http://eclecticallydelicious.blogspot.com/2012/01/homemade-trapper-keeper-notebook-tote.html

Carla G said...

I wasn't into sewing when this first came out, but I can't wait to try it this time. Thanks for a chance to win! :)

Marcia W. said...

I wasn't quilting when Freshcut was first released. Glad it is being re-released and like HB's patterns too.