Red Rooster Fabrics was founded in 2002 to provide quality cottons to quilt makers, crafters, etc. They have wonderful cottons that have a great hand and finish. I love the feel of their fabric! They have a large range of traditional and contemporary designs, including novelty fabrics, reproductions and seasonal designs.
Here are a few of my favorites from their new lines!
First up today is Adalee’s Garden by Sandy Lynam Clough. This line has all the charm of a lovely garden, including a panel and companion fabrics. It is currently available.
Next is Anapola, which is a lively, modern collection in a palette of yellow, gray, black and white. It was designed by Red Rooster Studio. It will be available in May, 2016.
The next line is Fancywork Box by Australian designer Helen Stubbings. It was inspired by the embroidery stitches of her grandmother. I love the soft palette of cream, gray, pink and blue. It is currently available.
Next is Whispers by Flora Bowley. This line has a beautiful watercolor and chalk quality, with wonderful, subtle color palettes and less obvious imagery. This line will be available in June, 2016.
Here’s a way fun and cute line, Dog’s World. It is by C Designs, Inc. and features adorable pups and pooches who are ready to play. It is a bright color way and includes a panel and companion pieces. It will be available in May, 2016.
The next line is Ivory Kitchen by Ophelia & Company, and is a vintage kitchen look, in ivory, pale gold, warm beige and black. It features a panel and companion fabrics and will be available in June, 2016.
I don’t often include an oriental line, but this line, Moon Over Waterfall by Keiichi Nishimura, is so pretty with beautiful jewel tone colors. It will be available in May, 2016.
Last for today is Sundress by Meg Hawkey. This fun, whimsical line in reminiscent of childhood summers! It features a fresh palette of sunny yellows, blossom pinks, and leafy greens. It is currently available.
Each of Red Rooster’s lines comes with quilt patterns and other great ideas for using their fabrics. Check them out, and look for these, and other lines, at your local quilt shops!