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Nature Study ~ Subtle Beauty

Pure layered color in a sophisticated palette connected by three low volume prints – Hexie, Sprout and Fuzz. Perfect modern accents on their own or coordinated with your favorite Windham fabrics.

Nature Study is modern with a touch of traditional flare- a true classic.

Click to view the Nature Study collection.

Shades of Citrus by Lo & Behold Stitchery

“Shades of Citrus Quilt is a fun and modern spin on the classic Lafayette orange peel quilt block. The pattern features 12 colors with a beautiful movement of the colors along the diagonal of the quilt.”

~Lo & Behold Stitchery

Mix and match the subtle hues or use all of the colors in a quilt.

Fields From Above by Natalie Crabtree
Nature Study by Whistler Studios
Earth Tones by Natalie Crabtree

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Horizon Challenge!

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It’s almost time for the Horizon Challenge!

Below are the rules for entry:

1. Choose one or more Horizon Prints*:

*Click on the image below to view all of the prints on our website:

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2. If you’d like to use a coordinate, choose a basic from Windham or Anthology:

(Artisan Cotton, Bedrock, Palette or Lava Solids)

3. Make a Horizon Project: Quilt, Apparel, Accessory- the sky is the limit!

4. Submit a photo of your project by May 26, 2020 to SOCIAL@BAUMTEXTILE.COM

A panel of “sewlebrity” judges will choose three winners!

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1 yard each of (10) Horizon prints

1 Grant Haffner signed art print

1 fat 1/4 Basic Bundle

A special feature on Windham and Anthology’s social media

1 year as a Windham and Anthology Diamond Ambassador*

*The Diamond Ambassador will have the opportunity to work with new fabric collections before they’re released to stores!


1/2 yard of each of (10) Horizon prints

1 fat 1/4 Basic Bundle

A special feature on Windham and Anthology’s social media


1 Fat 1/4 bundle of Horizon

A special feature on Windham and Anthology’s social media

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Horizon: Inspired by the artwork of Grant Haffner.

“My dreamlike landscapes explore the intersections of the sky and open road, highlighting the beauty that is often overlooked in nature transitions throughout the day. I explore the limits of the horizon, which appears to extend as far as the eye can see, with no end or beginning.” –Grant Haffner
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-USA Cotton Grown
-OEKO-TEX Certified

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Lucky projects by A Quilter’s Table

We are so excited to have Debbie Jeske from A Quilter's Table here today to talk about how she was inspired to use the new collection Lucky by Lotta Jansdotter.


I knew when I got home from QuiltCon that I wanted to make the Double Scissor Keeper from Krista Hennebury's book, Make It, Take It: 16 Cute and Clever Projects to Sew with Friends. The pattern by Amy Friend/During Quiet Time is so clever, and I knew it would be a great gift idea for my quilting buddies. It was fortuitous that I had just received a bundle of Lucky by Lotta Jansdotter from Windham Fabrics, perfect for mixing and matching when making several. This line is a colorful mix of prints inspired by a trip Lotta made to India, and it was fun choosing how to pair them up.


Lucky for me, I had plenty of fabric to keep sewing, and with Krista's book still on my cutting table, I decided to try the Crafter's Retreat Apron by Krista Fleckenstein/Spotted Stones. I'd never had a craft apron and wondered how I'd like working with one, plus it simply looked fun to make. And it was! A little fussy cutting made easy work of making those cats the focus, and the bright Caribbean blue print (probably my favorite in the collection) made a perfect accent. Later, I found out that cat actually is a leopard, and he has a name! So Jerry, welcome to my studio!



Lastly, wanting to use as many of the Lucky prints as possible, I just couldn't resist making the Little Patchwork Tote by Ayumi Takahashi/Pink Penguin. I wasn't totally sure how the big spots or "moons" would work lined up together, but as you can see – delightfully.



You can check out all the fabrics in the Lucky line right here, as well as in the Lookbook. Thanks, Windham, for letting me take a little journey to a far-off place, fabric-style!


Fabric Friday Giveaway—Rumble by Whistler Studios


For this week's Fabric Friday Giveaway, get your hands on this adorable children's group, "Rumble" by Whistler Studios.



We think this collection would be a great one to use The Fat Quarter Shop's tutorial, Charm Box quilt.  Be sure to stop by their blog to see all the versions of this quilt in their blog hop. 




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This giveaway is now closed.  The winner is Katrin. Congratulations, Katrin!


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