To Market, to Market...
Today I'm taking you back to Market for a glimpse of what Art Gallery has to offer. I do love the drape and softness of their fabrics that makes them distinguishable from other brands.
If you want to sail away, if only in your mind, to a shoreline bungalow, Coastline by Sharon Holland would be a most excellent fit. You can almost taste the salty breezes and feel the sand between your toes. Squawk! That was a seagull, folks. Immerse yourself in the corals (the color, not the sea creatures), soft browns, and peaceful blue hues.
Chalk & Paint by Caroline Hulse has a playful, hipster vibe. It's the melding of street art and innocent imaginings.
Her paintings lend themselves beautifully to fabric.
The florals and geometric prints within her new line, Millie Fleur, would be very workable in quilt design.
There's a nice mix of larger scale eye-catchers and more subtle, yet interesting, basics.
Maureen Cracknell's Fleet & Flourish is one part bohemian, one part romantic. It's girly, but with an edge.
Pat Bravo has created a daring new collection with Pop art and bold shapes.
Katarina Roccella pulls together a minimalistic flower, a handmade stitch, and geometric shapes in Avantgarde.
Lavish coming out in April.
Bonnie Christine has been a long-running favorite of mine. Forest Floor holds to the high standard I have for her collections with its sense of whimsical adventure. It does have rabbits and butterflies, after all!
Paperie by Amy Sinibaldi. It's so dreamy!