Fierce Protean

It all started last year when the lovely people at Andover asked if I wanted to play with fabric from a new designer. Her name was Sarah Golden, and her first line was to be Maker Maker. It was also going to be printed completely on Andover’s cotton linen blend, their tailored cloth. I’m a
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Fierce Chain

One of our favorite patterns is our Island Chain quilt. There are just so many possibilities. So when the time came to make more fierce quilts, it was one of the first on the list. Introducing Fierce Chain! We kept it simple with a two color version, but this time did a black background. Lime
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Fierce Ladies

Since the original Painted Ladies quilt was inspired by the iconic neighborhood in San Francisco, the Fierce Ladies were inspired by doll houses. How sweet would it be to have a tiny version of those beautiful houses to play with?! I can do that. Our good friend Deb put together Fierce Ladies with a mixture of
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Fierce Kismet

Brenda was inspired by antique cut glass buttons when she chose the color palette for Fierce Kismet. That black background accent fabric has touches of silver. Paired with the pale grey pearlescent Cotton + Steel background, as well as all the vibrant cross-weaves, Fierce Kismet glows. Though you don’t need a ruler to put Fierce
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Fierce Weftovers

When I was little, I loved the color peach. I was even a peach princess for Halloween one year. So when I pulled out the Valentine’s line First Crush by Sweetwater, which is all about love, it just made sense to mix in some peachy fabrics from OneCanoeTwo’s Tucker Prairie. The perfect palette for Fierce Weftovers! I used red
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Swap It, Swap it Good!

The Eye Candy Quilters haven’t fallen off the face of the planet. 16th and Baltimore is very much alive and going strong. Yes, there are exciting things in the future. But right now, I’m going to tell you about a tidbit of excitement. I’m doing my first ever mini-quilt swap, and I’m as nervous as
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