A few years ago, Mathew Boudreaux (whom you may likely know as Mister Domestic) reached out to see if I had the time to make something with his newest fabric collection. Unfortunately, the timing didn’t work out due to some other commitments that I had. Fast forward to about a month ago, and he reached out again to see if I might have time to work with his newest fabric collection, and I was so excited that the timing was perfect: I was literally putting the finishing stitches into Pulsar and was starting to plan out what project to work on next.
Today, I am so thrilled to get to share with you the grouping of fabrics from Mathew’s Love is Love Pride Fabric Collection that I have the honor of getting to use! The Love is Love Pride Fabric Collection is available exclusively through Amazon.com and is printed by PBS Fabrics.
While I might not be known for sewing rainbow projects all the time, if you’ve been around for a bit you’ll know that I love a rainbow. My family and close friends know how much I love rainbows, and I get text photos of rainbows anytime they see one. And I can’t complain about how many rainbows I’ve already been fortunate enough to see since moving to the big island of Hawaii. So, I was immediately drawn to pulling the above rainbow of prints from the Love is Love Pride Fabric Collection.
As I was looking through the collection, I kept thinking about what to do with these prints. I knew I wanted to showcase as many of them as I possibly could, and when I saw the Gender Symbols Rainbow print, I knew it would be the perfect background fabric.
There are a few prints that really just stand out to me in this collection, though, and I really wanted these 3 prints to be the star of the show, so to speak:
Over the next few days (because I can’t wait to get started) I’ll be transforming these prints into a new Sky Fully of Stars quilt.
Note: All fabric provided by PBS Fabrics.