We have been keeping Penny Rose under wraps until today! Sister company to Riley Blake Designs, Penny Rose offers you the same excellent quality of fabric with designs uniquely vintage.
Penny Rose’s first collection of fabrics will arrive in August. The picture above features a finished look of Hope Chest.
Watch for this adorable 30’s collection, Hope Chest, in late August.
Also set to arrive in late August is a collection of
19th Century Shirtings, a quilting basic.
The designs from Civil War Times are taken from actual swatches from the original patterns printed during the period.
Look for this range in September.
Also featured in September, is the brightly colored 20’s inspired fabrics of Olivia.
Civil War Times Miniatures are authentic reproduction prints and a staple in any quilt shop. Timeless in design these fabrics will be available in October.
Riley Blake Designs own Sue Daley has a range of fabric designed just for Penny Rose. Romancing the Past brings soft pinks, greens and browns together to create a sweet harmony of color. This collection arrives in November.
We have one more collection that will be realeased at Quilt market to make a total of 7. No sneak peek yet, the 7th range of fabrics is hand painted, and will be worth the wait.
We look forward to launching these new collections of fabric and bringing many more authentic vintage designs to the community of quilters that enjoy timeless fabrics.
Time for a give-away.
Le Creme Swiss Dots are from Riley Blake and I think they are the only thing close to a civil war print that Riley Blake Designs has made.
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Again, we are so thrilled about Penny Rose Fabrics and all the possibilities, it is the perfect edition to Riley Blake Designs and Alpine fabrics.
Tell us what you think!