The following items are just some of the features that you will be seeing in national quilting and patchwork magazines over the next few months. Please feel free to use any of these images for your newsletters, web pages or blog features. To save this blog post and the images used, click here.
Weeds by Me & My Sister
in stores May 2014
Quiltmaker-100 quilt Blocks- Volume 9
Avant Garden by MoMo
also featured Mochi Linen Dots and Solids
and Starstruck pattern #LB122 by Lella’s Boutique
in stores July 2014
Stitch- Summer 2014
Indigo by Moda
in stores July 2014 featuring project sheet #PS32900
Quilts N More
Lexington by Minick & Simpson
in stores August 2014 featuring patterns by Minick & Simpson
Primitive Quilts and Quiltmaker July/August 2014
Modern Building Blocks
Bella Solids quilt kit and pattern #PS9900
Project introduced at Spring Quilt Market- Pittsburgh
featured in American Quilt Retailer, Mary Jane’s Farm and Quilt Market Buyer’s Guide
and additional editorial features. This pattern also stands alone and can be used as a
BOM with your favorite moda print collection.
LOL by Me & My Sister
in stores September 2014
featuring patterns by Me & My Sister
American Patchwork and Quilting August 2014
Horizon by Kate Spain
in stores September 2014 features project sheet # PS27180
Quiltmaker Sept/Oct 2014 issue
Richmond Reds by Barbara Brackman
in stores September 2014 features project sheet # PS8300
McCalls August 2014
Collections for a Cause- Community by Howard Marcus
featuring a kit (Kit 46190) and project sheet (PS46190)
This is the 15th quilt collection from the Howard Marcus series focused on reproducing a quilt from his collection and sharing the proceeds with a charity of his choice. This collection is named Community and is a fitting choice to
support the Libby Lehman Medical Fund.
Libby is a huge part of the quilting community through her award-winning quilts, lectures, books and seminars.
On April 30, 2013, Libby had a ruptured aneurysm in her doctor’s office and she was rushed to Memorial Hermann Hospital. she had been taken to the doctor’s office because she had suffered severe headaches for a few days, starting in Paducah, Kentucky at a quilting conference. The following day she had a 7 hour surgery to clip the aneurysm. Several days later she suffered a stroke and vascular spasms and required additional surgery. She continues moving on an uneven road to recovery with ongoing care and therapies. To read more about Libby Lehman, click here.
Collections for a Cause will be featured in Spring Quilt Market buyer’s guide as well as many more
features throughout the year.
These are just a few of the ads you will see throughout the upcoming months. We hope this information is useful to you in deciding which collections to feature. This advance information is posted here for store use but will also be a blog post for consumers at a later date. We know you have many, many choices when it comes to choosing fabric collections.
Thank you for choosing moda.