Introducing: Oh My Darling
2.15.2017

Meet Oh My Darling, our new and exclusive sweetheart country collection! It was designed to have a traditional country feel with a style and color palette reminiscent of the Civil War era. The prints and the kits made from the collection offer a diverse selection and are ideal for scrappy quilting.

Oh My Darling offers a wide variety of prints and textures. Here are three of my personal favorites from the collection: (9942, 9946, 9961)

Exclusive Kits & Projects

I thoroughly enjoyed designing the Turning Points quilt. It has a simple blue palette and uses a combination of applique and simple piecing. It finishes at 60-1/2″ x 84-1/2″.

Mari Martin designed the 96-1/2″ x 108-1/2″ Woven Friendship Quilt. It uses¬† with its clever juxtaposition of Log Cabin blocks.

She also designed the charming Lollygag Garland Table Runners with its stylized flowers and scalloped border.

Our independent designers also came up with some great ideas and patterns!

Kristen Gassaway designed the Sweet Stars Table Runner – I absolutely love the choice of colors!

The scrappy Prim and Dandy Quilt, 60-1/2″ x 84-1/2″,¬† is also by Kristen.

Want to make a wonderfully scrappy quilt? You will love the 82″ x 98″ Georgetown Quilt by Nancy Rink.

If you’re looking for a smaller project, Vicki Bellino designed the Tiny T-Stars Quilt which is 26″ square.

The Pineapple Plantation Wall Hanging by Sue Terpin of Sewing Sue is 35″ x 39-1/2″.

There are lots of choices and inspiration for this lovely collection. No matter what you choose to make, it’s bound to look fantastic!

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5 comments

  1. Susan Smith - February 15, 2017

    OOOOOH, I love that Georgetown quilt!!

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    • Ann - February 15, 2017

      It is a terrific scrappy quilt that utilizes the collection well.

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  2. Stephanie - February 15, 2017

    I received the latest catalog yesterday and was admiring that fabric group. LOL

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    • Ann - February 15, 2017

      It is a great collection – diverse, interesting and coordinating colors and prints in a traditional style that work well together.

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      • Stephanie - February 15, 2017

        Sounds right up my alley! Cheers!

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