Morrison Park Fabric

Morrison Park

Pat Sloan‘s newest fabric line with Benartex, Morrison Park, will be in quilt shops starting in October. When she reached out to me to see if there was a chance I might have a pattern or quilt I might want to make with her new fabric line, I had just figured out how to make curve star blocks and inset curve stars. Because those two piecing methods are great for showing off fun prints without additional seams, I immediately drafted up an idea and pitched it to Pat. As a result, I now have these beautiful fabrics to work with for my next project!

Morrison Park Fabric

Morrison Park Fabric

I did happen to draft a pattern that wasn’t really possible to sew together, though, so I need to rework my idea just slightly before I cut into these fabrics. Did I mention that I drafted the original design just as I was exploring the new technique? Ah well, I know that with a few small tweaks an even better design is going to emerge.

Morrison Park Fabric

Morrison Park Fabric

I really love this grouping of fabric and am looking forward to working with them soon. Are you looking forward to a new project?

8 thoughts on “Morrison Park

  1. Lovely line of fabrics, I can’t wait to see how you display them.

  2. Lea says:

    Yvonne, they are very pretty fabrics.

  3. Debbie says:

    Yikes about your design ‘not working!’ Good luck coming up with the next great thing!

  4. Liz says:

    Pretty pretty pretty

  5. Noreen says:

    Can’t wait to see what you come up with!

  6. Lorna Jones says:

    Love the clear colors and lines! This will be stunning, I am sure. Looking forward to seeing your progress.

  7. Looking forward to seeing the new pattern with those fabrics. I just started on clue 3 of Cheryl’s Morewood Mystery quilt yesterday. It’s fun to be cutting into and stitching up a new set of fabrics.

  8. Sandra says:

    Those really are pretty fabrics. Can’t wait to see the quilt!

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