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    Some things to look forward to by Moda

    Went to Moda's website tonight to just take a look at what's coming out. Looks like French General, Kansas Troubles and many others will have new lines beginning in February. Here are links to some examples.

    French General
    https://modafabrics.com/webfiles/dow...-de-fleurs.pdf

    Kansas Troubles
    https://modafabrics.com/webfiles/dow...asTroubles.pdf
    https://modafabrics.com/webfiles/dow...-homespuns.pdf

    Barbara Brackman
    https://modafabrics.com/webfiles/dow...raBrackman.pdf

    Betsy Chutchian
    https://modafabrics.com/webfiles/dow...yChutchian.pdf

    3 Sisters
    https://modafabrics.com/webfiles/dow...-and-cream.pdf

    Rob
    There's nothing more directly linked to who we are than the fabric that we make.
    --Ken Burns

    #2
    Oooo....stop it, you enabler you!! 😂 I want that French General line!! I have always loved toile amd those french country colours. Love the Barbara and Betsy ones too. Thanks Rob!
    Rainy days are for quilting. Thank goodness I live in a rainforest! 😁

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      #3
      Love the cranberrys and cream
      Katrina
      “Nothing can dim the light which shines from within.” Maya Angelou

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      • Debbie Watters
        Debbie Watters commented
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        That one was my favorite also!

      #4
      Just dug into my stash for red fabrics for x’s and hearts, found some very similar to Crimson and Cream from many years ago. Love that color combo.

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        #5
        Enabler!! Moda has been my favorite since I first saw Paris Flea Market line. I have so many Moda precuts they havd such a quality feel to them!!

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        • Hillbillyhike
          Hillbillyhike commented
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          Me too! Love Moda fabrics.

        #6
        I love Kansas Troubles fabrics. I'm not even going to look...no, I'm not...well, maybe later...

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          #7
          3 Sisters is my weak spot.
          Michele

          to the world you may be one person, but to one person you may be the world...

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            #8
            The new French General and 3 Sisters make me drool. Thanks, Rob.
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            Scottie Mom Barb

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              #9
              Thanks for sharing those links Rob some great fabrics there! Love French General and three sisters.
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                #10
                Moda is my favorite also. I also like Riley Blake but I really see it anymore

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                  #11
                  I like them all but I like Barbara and Betsy lines the most.
                  Carlie

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                    #12
                    I only picked the ones I was interested in, but there are several other lines that Moda has information on. If you go to the page I've linked to it will show various styles of fabric Those that I picked in my initial post were all under the "classic" tab. What I like about this is that not only can you download the information brochure, but you also can download images of the fabrics. I download those and then copy them over to a folder in my EQ8 program that allows me to import the images into EQ8 and use them in designing quilts.

                    One thing I've noticed when copying an entire folder of images to my computer is that for some reason Windows Security flags the folder as "potentially harming your computer." I've run it through my Malware software and it brings up nothing sinister about it. That only happens when I try to copy the entire folder at once. If I do it by individual file it doesn't flag it. Nothing like that happens if you download the PDF. Either file is safe and WILL NOT harm your computer.

                    Rob

                    https://modafabrics.com/downloads
                    There's nothing more directly linked to who we are than the fabric that we make.
                    --Ken Burns

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                      #13
                      WOW!! Some gorgeous fabrics. Thanks for showing.

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                        #14
                        I love the yellows in the French General line.

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                          #15
                          I want a whole room decorated with those French General fabrics. So pretty!

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