Sunday, February 17, 2008

Look at these gorgeous Flannels

These gorgeous flannels arrived in store a couple of weeks back, I have designed a quilt to make out of them, just have to find some spare time to sew. They are a range of flannels called Sachet Flannels by Faye Burgos for Marcus Brothers Textiles. There are a mixture of large roses, small florals as well as her well know tiny rose bud design, tone on tone prints in greens, pinks, creams and chocolates.
These fabrics will be a must for flannels lovers, like myself.

Those ladies in my flannel club will be receiving samples very soon, so keep an eye on the postie.

11 comments:

Chookyblue...... said...

wow these fabrics make me want to make another flannel quilt.......so pretty

Fiona @ Dragonfly-Crafts said...

Oh they do look gorgeous. A little birdy/chooky told us it was your 2nd year anniversary. Happy Anniversary. We got going with our blogs at about the same time.
Look forward to many more years.

weirdbunny said...

The one with the big reddy pinky roses on the cream background, is just like my curtains that I made out of Laura Ashley Fabric.

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Love the fabric, look forward to seeing the quilt...I hear it is your Anniversary...2 years...congratulations and I hope there are many more years to come..Peg x

Anita said...

I hear it was your 2nd blogiversary on the 16th - congratulations!! It was my birthday that day too!!

Annie said...

Georgous georgous flannels - I just want ot stroke them!

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

Remember when flannels were only little rosebud prints or solids? We've come so far from those days, today's flannels are absolutely wonderful and these are the best of the best!

Tina said...

Wow these are so pretty, Carnt wait to see what you design with them. Will be back in Oz in time for winter, might just have to make something with them.
Takes the saying "Take time to smell the roses" to a new level, really.
From the slack blogger!!!

Vanessa said...

Oh what beautiful fabrics. I haven't worked with flannels in so long - I may have to do so soon!

Tanya said...

Ooh. Those flannel colors make me drool! What an elegant quilt those would make!

Patchwork Quilts said...

I've never tried working with flannel. But reading this makes me think about it and go for it.
Thank you.