Many blocks make quilt work

Iun d’ches quat’ matîns, as manman expresses it. Had to be up ridiculously early to see S away to the London train (on my day off too!) so I came to check the internets. I was looking for ‘Spa’ by Deb Strain, but was distracted by the shiny—French General has a new group for release sept. (That expression makes me smile–almost it sounds like fabrics are wild things that must be rounded up and coralled for safe keeping. Although, isn’t that what we quilters do? Chase them down, fetch them home, and love/care for them?) Where I was? Oh yes.

French General’s new fabrics. Is called ‘Chateau Rouge’. Now, is no secret that red, j’adore, so this is must-see. Oh. MY!!!
(These images are borrowed from the PDF freely available on the Moda website, and no infringement is intended. I just want to pet, and admire. 🙂 And share the love. Call it free advertising. 😉 )

The Chateau Rouge collection was inspired by an old brick chateau we stayed in one summer in a small town, just north of Aix-en-Provence, called St. Remy. The chateau was built in 1789 and throughout the house were armoires that were brimming with old French textiles. I spent days looking through each of the armoires and sketching ideas and color combinations. Outside each window was a field of sunflowers – their brightness seemed to light up the house. The subtle mustard yellows mixed with the old reds – reminds me of the colors at the chateau and my summer in France.
Kaari Meng AKA French General

You see the pearl print with the small blue arrow? J’ADORE!! I admired the pale/neutral quilts I saw occasionally at Spring Quilt market, around various blogs, and am thinking I should like one. I guess a few reds will sneak into the basket as well, come septembre. 🙂 My treats fund should be looking healthier by then. Fingers cross!
Now to scamper away for breakfast.
À bi!


Comments on: "Moda will be my undoing!" (1)

  1. Those are gorgeous fabrics!! I love the French General fabrics!

Salut! :-) I'd love to hear from you, and all replies are appreciated.

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