Friday, November 26, 2010

Winter Moon Fat Quarter Set and yarn!!!

Winter Moon fat quarter sets are now up in the shop and are being featured in a giveaway on Soulemama this weekend (translation: they probably won't be around long).

This set includes mostly quilting weight cotton, some double gauze, some cotton sheeting and some cotton/linen blends in colors that are a bit muted: dull lavenders, grays, moss, plums and cocoas.

I pulled this set together as an excuse to use some of our fabulous Nani Iro double gauze, and I was really inspired by my growing collection of Japanese craft books. The photography in those books is always very spare and muted and artsy-fartsy: I just love it.

So when I was shooting pictures of these fat quarters, I tried to be artsy-fartsy, too.

What do you think, do these look Japanese-y to you?

And my next bit of news...

Some of you may have noticed something new on our website and in our shop these past few days: YARN!

Alewives Fabrics is now carrying the entire line of Amy Butler Belle organic yarns.

The yarns come in 2 weights: Aran weight and DK weight. They are 50% cotton and 50% wool and 100% organic and 100% fabulous... the colors are gorgeous!

We also carry Amy Butler's knitting book: Midwest Modern Knits, with all of the projects from these photos featuring her yarns and fabrics (dyed to coordinate perfectly, of course!).

We will be offering knitting and crochet classes this coming winter, so stay tuned.

If you like the Winter Moon fat quarter set or any of our new Amy Butler yarns, I have a hot tip for you: you can get 10% off these products (and anything else you might like to order) now through December 31st by entering the code "Soulemama" into the promotional code field at checkout. We will adjust the price manually after your order has been placed. And if you come and visit our shop in Damariscotta Mills in person, just mention the Soulemama code and you will get 10% off your entire purchase, too!

I will see you all again after the weekend: don't forget to check in with Soulemama for your chance to win the giveaway! Good luck!




Anonymous said...

Hey Rhea - you do such a great job of putting fabrics together. This looks great. I'm still kicking myself for not buying your milk and honey fat quarter pack. I'm hooked on the Japanese patterns, too. (In fact, I'm just about to do a blog post about that.) I think your bottom photo looks especially like the styling in the Japanese books.
- Katie (from NEMQG)

Kaylovesvintage said...

oh the colors are so pretty

Pamela said...

everything looks lovely!