There are so many beautiful blue and white fabrics around, and I have found lots of gorgeous new ones to tantalise but plenty of old classics that I just can’t pass up. I have a few projects on the go and about to order some fabric, so am delighting in the Mark D Sikes fabrics for Schumacher range, plus the ever so pretty new range of Vogue Living US fabrics for Schumacher also. Thibaut have launched a very pretty collection called Chestnut Hill which I am tempted by, and of course Anna Spiro has revealed her very sweet range of textiles which I am looking at for Amelia’s bedroom.

I am also going to make up some more cushions to put on sale in the new year. Any particular requests?

So many delicious choices, how do you pick? Here’s a few of my current favourites. 

Thibaut Chestnut Hill – Laos

Anna Spiro Textiles – Paniola Inverted

Anna Spiro Textiles – Kahuna Solid

Anna Spiro Textiles – Kaka Duck Solid

William Yeoward – Antony

Ralph Lauren – Fitch House Ticking

Raoul Textiles – Granada Delft

Schumacher – Chinoiserie Vine

Ralph Lauren – Avignon Batik

Schumacher – Brentwood Stripe Cobalt

Schumacher – Brentwood Stripe China Blue

Schumacher – Marella Delft

Schumacher – Cecil Delft

Schumacher – Gainsbourg Navy

Baker – DotKat

Raoul Textiles – Miranda Delft

Anna Spiro Textiles – Kahuna Solid Navy

Ralph Lauren – Annick Ticking Bleu

William Yeoward – Marese Woad


Schumacher – Montecito Medallion

Schumacher – Beatrice Bouquet

Ralph Lauren – Potter Print

Raoul Textiles – Florentina Delft

Schumacher – Millicent

Raoul Textiles – Lotte Delft


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2 Responses to New fabric collections

  1. Catherine says:

    I have just subscribed to your site and I’m loving it! I especially like the helpful advice on the fabrics and who manufactures them. Any advice on how to display my vast range of blue and white ginger jars. Thanks and merry Christmas to you and your family. Catherine.

    • Melinda says:

      Hi Catherine, sorry for the late reply. Keep them together in large groups. Collections always look best when collected together en masse rather than spread about. Cheers Mel

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