Friday, November 18, 2022

 Fall's in Town and Arrival of Winter

Today I will be showing you two lines of fabric,  Fall's in Town and  Arrival of Winter
Fall's in Town is the first line in my new In Town Series. There will be an In Town line for each of the four seasons.

Each of the panels will feature a town decorated for the season.
Isn't this just the most festive little town?

I designed four patterns featuring this line of fabric.

Feels Like Fall
This will be a block-of-the-month pattern.
Riley Blake Designs is offering this as a kit in their signature kit box.

#783 Enormous
A new take on a sampler quilt.
This pumpkin is sure to win the biggest pumpkin contest!

#784 Pumpkin Parade
This pattern features 2 projects.
You can leave the faces off of the pumpkins if you would like more of a Fall themed runner.

#785 Fields of France

A Fat Quarter Friendly pattern.

If you would like to view the prints in this line, check out the storyboard here.

Arrival of Winter

Arrival of Winter is the Third line in the Seasons Series. Each panel in this series spells out the season.

The panel comes in a sweet mint color, 

or navy blue.

I have designed four patterns featuring this line of fabric.

#786 All Things Winter
This is a Block of the Month pattern

#787 Frosty
A 5" Arrival of Winter Stacker is used to make the pieced border.
Riley Blake Designs will be offering this as a kit in their signature kit box.

#788 Snow Crystals
A fat quarter-friendly pattern

Balls of Jolly

If you would like to view the prints in this line, check out the storyboard here.

If you would like to view a video about this line and Fall's in town go here.

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Happy Quilting


  1. Thanks for the informative and insightful articles

  2. Hi Sandy! Crazy, but I am now working on my Tiny Tree charm pack pattern. Are there updated instructions. I’m very literal and I’m having trouble understanding these instructions.

    From 13 charms cut 13 4x4 and 9 1x 1
    From another 13 (charms)
    Cut 3x3 and cut other subcuts from those same charms.
    Please advise.

  3. Me above re: tiny tree.
    Would be nice to know how many we need of every size.
    Janie La Pierre