Lynne Hagmeier, lady of Kansas Troubles Quilters, gives us a few tidbits about her newest line, Wildflower Serenade II, the follow-up to her wonderful Wildflower Serenade collection from last year! You don't have to be a longtime reader to know how much we love this line -- just as far back as last Monday's entry will tell you that much. A lively collection of contrast, she plays rich reds against golden tans and soft blacks, with pops of dark blue, green, and purple. We've got the whole line, the specialty cuts, and the KT Quilts patterns ready for you to sing about! If you want to get in on Heartland Heritage, sign up today, as we're down to our last spots are going fast!
Are you ready for a little spring inspiration? Get your stash ready for the Wildflower Serenade II collection!
It's the perfect complement to last year's Wildflower Serenade with a vintage French floral feature fabric. Plus, there are more great prints and florals in all the basic KTQ colors, with a brighter blue and lighter tans for variety.
New to this line are even more specialty cuts -- Honey Buns™ (1 1/2" x WOF strips) and Turnovers™ (6" squares cut diagonally into triangles) -- all new from the creative minds at Moda.
We've had a good time working with the new colorways for spring and have put together several patterns using the specialty cuts. Turnover Twice uses 2 Turnovers, Circa 1840 uses a Honey Bun and Turnovers, Furrows uses a Layer Cake and Honey Buns, and Petit Fours/Grande Fours uses variations of Charm Packs, Honey Buns, Layer Cakes and Jelly Rolls.
Specialty cuts are only made once, with the first printing of the fabric line, so don't hesitate. Get yours now while the selection is best!
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