Jane Sassaman quilt artist, fabric designer, author and teacher
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We are pleased to announce the arrival of Jane’s newest FreeSpirit fabric collection at your favorite fabric store. “Enchanted!”, evokes the atmosphere of a classic European folk tale. This is a world where Little Red Riding Hood would feel right at home. Here we have a gathering of romantic motifs and colors that create a sense of well-worn comfort blended with a hint of mystery and magic. Hansel and Gretel might have tip-toed through this field of flowers. The Cameo pattern could have lined the walls of a bewitched cottage in the woods. And the zesty oversized geometric designs contribute to its fanciful fairy tale flavor. Perfect for large scale decorating like duvets and curtains and lovely for lively accents and accessories, too.
Click here for a free PDF pattern for the "Koloman" quilt above.
These are classic cozy fairytale colors... dark and rich, but also lively. They are perfect for quilting, especially for focus fabrics and borders, as you can see from the stunning "Koloman" quilt above. The floral prints in this group are ideal for stitching into vintage style apparel and accessories, like dirndl skirts and peasant blouses. The crisp and lively geometric designs mix wonderfully with the florals and are well suited for home decorating and embellishments of all kinds. We see tea cozies, napkins, pillows and draperies.
This color group feels like the cool dark woods. You would be snug as a bug in a rug in a cozy cottage dressed in this contented cloth. Mix these fabrics with your Willow Ware and Wedgewood. Some comfortable cushions and a duvet made from this feminine collection would be very romantic.
The Red colorway is a bit on the girlie side. Bright pastels liven up the potential projects here, so don’t be shy. These fabrics would be wonderful for sunshine accessories like totes, beach cover-ups and picnic-wear. Or make a splash with some perky pillowcases and winsome new window treatments. Think summer and cherry pop and you will be stitching up something colorful oneday soon.
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