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> Moda Hushabye Hollow Prints Fat Eighth Bundle by Lydia Nelson of Dreamy Quilts
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Moda Hushabye Hollow Prints Fat Eighth Bundle by Lydia Nelson of Dreamy Quilts
Includes 31 fat eighths. Quilt and fashion weight. Professionally cut and packaged by Moda Fabrics.
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About the Collection
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Moda Fat Eighth Bundles are convenient professionally cut assortments of color-coordinated 9x21-inch fat eighths. A fat eighth is a 1/8-yard piece of fabric measuring 9 inches by half the width of the fabric. Put another way, a 1/4-yard piece of fabric cut in half along the bolt fold would yield two fat eighths. In contrast, a skinny eighth measures 4.5 inches by the full width of the fabric. So in the case of quilting fabrics which are typically 44 inches wide, a fat eighth would measure 9x21 inches and a skinny eighth would measure 4.5x44 inches. Thus the word 'fat' - a fat eighth is twice as wide but half as long as a skinny eighth - yielding a more versatile 1/8-yard cut of fabric for a variety of quilting, apparel, home decor and craft projects.
Hushabye Hollow imagines the nighttime ritual of a forested valley abundant with little creatures. A glass of milk 'night-cap' for a sleepy owl, a beaver brushing his teeth after a long day of chomping and a skunk taking a bath with a bucket in the woods. There's also a fox strumming a lullaby on the lute for a curious mouse and the man on the moon reading himself to sleep. These motifs are accompanied by vines and soft florals, ladybugs of the forest and pin-dots, vintage ticking and all of the animals in their slumber. These fabrics are perfect for boys and girls alike with their soft colors and timeless feel.
Lydia's love for quilting and design didn't begin in earnest until she was in her 20s. Lydia loves designing for children because with children in mind the capacity for creativity is limitless. Lydia's design process ensures that each design is original; she will often take her camera outside to capture flora and fauna on film. She then hand sketches her photos and converts them into a print. Neutral palettes and designs are essential to Lydia. Her favorite medium for illustrating is watercolor paper and pencil.
Moda has been serving the quilting and fabric industry since 1975. Moda employs independent designers as well as in-house design staff to offer some of the hottest new fabric lines and home products available. Moda prides itself in being innovative and creative market leaders; high quality products and customer service are the cornerstones of their business.
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