Inked

My friend, Lynn Krawczyk, has designed a beautiful new fabric line called Inked from Red Rooster Fabrics.
I had the opportunity to play with the lovely new fabrics and make a few samples for Lynn to take to Quilt Market.  I had to wait until after Market to blog about them and I'm very excited to finally share what I created with her lovely fabrics!
Ms. Chicken was made with a free pattern I found online here.
I also made two Faux Cathedral Window pincushions.  
The very easy pattern is found here.
 I love these pincushions because I feel like they are a fun way to show off a variety of fabrics!
 I really like the hand printed look of Lynn's new line!
I'm now plotting out a quilt top I think will look great with these fabrics.  

Comments

Chickpea said…
so 'clever' haha! lovely fabric! especially the greens! save me a few red scraps for my house quilt ; )

juju
Pam said…
This fabric is gorgeous, my friend brought some back from market and it now hangs on my design wall waiting for me to decide what quilt pattern I want to use it in. When the line comes out I will be purchasing a lot of yardage of some of the color ways.
Lynda said…
Lisa, Your pin cushions are beautiful!! And Lynn's fabric is fabulous.
Thread Born said…
What a great group of fabrics...I love the colors. I also love what you did with them!
Kaja said…
These are great fabrics - I hadn't seen them before. You found some clever ways to show them off too.
Nina Marie said…
Lol two of my gift list items can be found on your blog. Love the pin cushions!
She is very talented and so are you! Love that cathedral window pincushion
Norma Schlager said…
Beautiful fabrics! They really look hand done and I love your pincushions.
Nice fabrics and wonderful pin cushions.

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