Thursday, September 15, 2011

Celebrating Ruby and New Patterns!

It's just about that time again...
our new Fabric Line, RUBY, will be in the stores soon!



I just couldn't resist making a few more things from this line to celebrate it's arrival. 
 It is so much fun to sew with! So cheerful and fresh.
As I promised last week, I would share the rest of my summer projects I have been working on.

I have 4 new patterns...


If you love making flying geese, this is the pattern for you! 
 It can be made with Charm Squares or scraps from your stash.



Our new Vintage Pot Holders are all based on traditional blocks, some pieced and some appliqued.  The binding is pre-made bias tape for a quick finish.  I hand quilted each one for a more retro look. 
Great for Christmas gifts.



Speaking of Christmas,
I have always wanted to make a red and green quilt, so for this Christmas quilt I used Fat Eights from both the Bliss and Ruby fabric collections.  They work great together.
Now that the kids are back in school and the days are getting cooler, in Idaho anyway, it's the perfect time to start a Christmas project and have it finished just in time for the Holidays.


And last but not least, Ruby Red Slippers.  I couldn't resist making these cozy toddler slippers from our Ruby line and Snuggles. Of course, they all had to be red.  You might be wondering if Livvy from my last post was our little model, and yes she is. 
These would be the perfect gift for those kissable little toes for Christmas.

Our New Patterns will be on our web site  available for shipment on Tuesday, September 20.   Don't forget, they will also be available as PDF downloadable patterns as well.

Edit:  All patterns are now available!

Hope you get to meet Ruby real soon!
Bonnie

PS - Hope you are all enjoying the Moda Blog Hop, see you on September 20 (my day).

16 comments:

  1. Oh Bonnie,those slippers and their name are fantastic!!!

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  2. Love those vintage pot holders and the slippers are darling!

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  3. I love all of your super cute patterns! I just wish those sweet little slippers came in MY size!
    (hint, nint) Winter will be arriving here in Minnesota before we know it and those would certainly help to cheer up those gloomy winter days!

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  4. Your patterns are so cute, and I am so happy they will be here just in time for me to (hopefully) make some homemade Christmas gifts. :o) Are the slippers easy enough for a semi-beginner, or are they for an advanced sewer/quilter?

    BTW...Ruby is beautiful!!!!

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  5. Oh Bonnie those slippers are delightful! My little girl will definitely need some of
    those!! Hope you're doing well!

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  6. Seriously Mom, I need a pair of those slippers for Livvy! I love all of these! Your covers look fantastic!

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  7. The Christmas tree is beautiful! Lovely pattern!!

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  8. So much for with the Moda Country Fair Blog and seeing all of your cute patterns, fabrics etc. I have loved you and Camilles' things for a long time and looking forward to Ruby coming out soon.
    Thanks for all the inspiration!

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  9. Flying geese is one of my favorite quilt blocks! I love the grays that you've begun to put in your lines of fabric.....Thanks for your quilting inspiration!

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  10. Great project and patterns. I usually have to buy some crazy novelty print when I go to the fabric shop.

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  11. love the flying geese Fly Away and the slippers!

    where can I buy mini charms?

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  12. I love your Ruby fabric! That was my mom's name, and she was just like your fabric--fun, vibrant, and full of life. Janet

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  13. The picture of your Christmas quilts inspire me. I just can't leave a quilt shop without red fabrics. Red goes with everything, and the way you combine it with blues and lime green, it's so fresh and appealing. I love your fabrics.

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  14. Thank you for the opportunity to win! I love the slipper pattern! All of your patterns are great

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