Not too long ago Kimberly visited Pat Sloan's radio show. The Fat Quarter Shop is now excited to welcome Pat Sloan to our side of town on the Jolly Jabber. Pat’s latest fabric collection is Simple Stitiches from P&B Textiles.
(Click here to view her show: "Guests Ann Sutton of Bunny Hill, Kimberly Jolly of Fat Quarter Shop, Sandy Klop of American Jane, Patty Young of Modkids")
|Pat & Kimberly at Spring Quilt Market|
Q: What was the first seed that grew into the Simple Stitches collection?
A: I used several of my appliqué quilts to inspire this line bringing my folk style flowers and colors into the mix! As it started to develop the idea for a panel and the border stripe came up show the floral and garden shapes I like to work with. Since it's based on my appliqué, Simple Stitches seemed a perfect name!
Q: What are 3 words you would choose to describe this collection?
1. Warm and Comfy. (oh that's 2 words.. wink!)
Q: What single print/SKU in the collection is your favorite (can only pick one!)?
A: My favorite in the line is the stitching lines(533), thus the name "Simple Stitches". It's a great textured print and love that I was able to fit it in!
Q: What is your dream project using this collection?
A: I knew I'd make my Posie Wreath in this fabric. I'm dreaming of making a whig rose next and using the border print on it.
Pat Sloan's Silly Secrets:
1. What music are you listening to right now?
2. What is your guilty pleasure food?
Chips and dip
4. Where did you grow up and where do you call home?
I grew up in several locations, including Germany and Belguim. Now I live in Northern Virginia outside Washington DC.
6. Your biggest pet peeve?
Waiting in line!
9. What is your favorite fabric print ever (excluding your own)?
The Housewives vacumning in their heels and purls.. I adore novelty prints and when that one came out I bought 5 yds!
Today we also have a Fat Quarter Bundle to giveaway of Simple Stitches! Who's ready for this one!?
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