coolest thing since sliced bread- Silhouettes

Spring Bouquet Block of the Month
Edyta Sitar of  Laundry Basket Batiks creates beautiful batiks and prints, then turns those fabrics into stunning quilts. Her technique, skill and passion for the art of quilting is infectious to all that meet her. 
Moda’s Over the Rainbow fabrics in stores summer 2012 
Well, Edtya has done it again with her Over the Rainbow batiks, as well as introducing a new program of Silhouettes. Silhouettes are precision laser cut shapes with pre-applied Steam a Seam 2 fusible web
ready to arrange, fuse and applique.
Yes, this is the greatest thing sliced bread or
possibly the invention of the moda jelly roll™.
Watch the video below as Edyta introduces Over the Rainbow fabrics, Spring Bouquet Block of the Month, Silhouettes, and coordinating Auriful thread.
Over the Rainbow batiks certainly lives up to its name featuring every color
of the rainbow in this 50 piece collection.
Edyta pays such close attention to detail. The silhouette shapes are individually packaged on one header according to the style of shapes to protect them as well as keep them organized. 
And of course, none of Edyta’s projects would be complete with out the finishing touch of Auriful thread.
The thread sets will be available in 2 different sizes to take out the guesswork of trying to match thread colors.
What use to be an completely unobtainable project, Edyta has now made it completely possible for me. Thank you for that.
 

Ask for the fabrics, silhouettes and threads at your favorite store Summer 2012.
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3 comments on “coolest thing since sliced bread- Silhouettes

  1. Julie says:

    Wow, that sounds really cool – my DH will be especially excited since he gets stuck cutting out really detailed stuff!!!

  2. Jen says:

    Wow! Can’t wait to get my hands on all of that – the shapes, fabric – and that PATTERN!

  3. When will this fabric be in the stores?

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