I love designing for Christmas. Christmas is a time when families gather together to enjoy each others company, good food and very often the exchange of gifts. The little designs in Starry Night are focused around the feature print which has sweet images of things that make Christmas alive for me, puddings and jolly gingerbread men, decorations and tress and most importantly Santa flying through a sky of scattered stars making his special deliveries on Christmas Eve.
I have mixed the traditional reds and greens of Christmas and given them my soft muted twist plus I added crushed iced cranberry, a soft mint and faded blue to make the collection alive and fun to work with.
Using just the red prints from my Starry Night fabric line, there are 12 different designs for you to stitch in this collection of Sweet Christmas Ornaments, you can choose to make them as individual ornaments for your tree or join them together and add some borders to make this wall hangining.
How differnet do the fabrics look when you use the smudgy blue as a background instead of cream. The Flying Santa Tablerunner has jingle bells on it and a gorgeous raggedy braid.
Kate Webster has re-made one of my favourites Waiting for Santa using the new fabrics and we all think the new version of this favourite quilt looks great, thanks Kate X
Fun and simple this strong quilt which dies not look at all Christmassy would be great for the men in your life...Star Bright Star Stripe