Joyful Summer

on Aug 9, 2016 in Inspiration, Pink Chalk Exclusive | 9 comments

Inspired by Bari J

My head was buzzing with inspiration at the warehouse yesterday. These colors called out to me from the shelves. I was inspired by this beautiful print from Bari J.’s latest collection, Joie de Vivre. It’s a good and proper mash up – there are almost as many designers represented as there are bolts on the table. How many can you spot? I’m calling it Joyful Summer and I have just enough yardage to make some bundles for you. Get them while you can!

From Left:

1. Woven Texture in Juniper by Denyse Schmidt
2. Dottie in Mustard by Rashida Coleman-Hale
3. Floral Burst in Twist by Denyse Schmidt
4. X’s in Green by Allison Harris
5. XOXO in Picnic Gold by Rashida Coleman-Hale
6. Stem Dot in Turquoise by Aneela Hoey
7. Waffle in Green by Janine Vangool
8. Impressions in Aqua by Anna Maria Horner
9. Stitches in Petunia by Carolyn Friedlander
10. Stitched Diamant in Verve by Bari J.
11. McLisa in Maroon by Jennifer Paganelli
12. Filigree in Coral by Anna Maria Horner
13. Endpaper in Cinnabar by Alison Glass
14. Going Up in Smoothie by Anna Maria Horner
15. Trellis in Coral by Holly DeGroot

Joyful Summer bundles are available in Fat Quarter, Half Yard, and Full Yards.

Happy Sewing,


  1. Wow, that’s beautiful! Making bundles is all I would do all day if I got to work in your warehouse. My goodness, how do you not get distracted every second?

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    August 9, 2016

  2. Such a pretty bundle and spot on for summer. I especially like the inclusion of the Filigree print. That was one of my favorites from Good Folks. I’m surprised how little appreciation the reprint has earned. Hardly anyone carries it!

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    • Thank you Rachel! I was excited about that print because it had both the coral and the violet.

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      August 10, 2016

    • It may have taken longer to name the bundle than to pull the fabrics. I’m thrilled you like it!! xA

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      Pink Chalk

      August 10, 2016

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