I’ve been giving some peeks at Rose Lane projects for a little while now but I’m so excited to say that the fabric collection is arriving in shops now!
Rose Lane is my newest fabric collection with Riley Blake Designs! I can’t wait for you all to see it!
The color palette is made up of pale pinks, roses, mint greens and a pretty darker jade green. It’s such a soft, fun collection of florals, garden themed prints and . . . . little cats! There is a floral cat on three of the designs and there even sweet little cats on the selvedge!
Rose Lane is named for the street that I lived on when I was a little girl! I grew up in Glendale, Arizona and I loved living on that street – but it wasn’t exactly filled with gardens and pretty little florals. :) I wanted to create a fun little garden of my own with the name Rose Lane!
I love the different prints in the line – there’s a large floral with a diagonal plaid and a smaller garden print with some little red polkadots. If you look closely at the polkadots you’ll spot some sweet little lady bugs too!
There are also some little daisy stems and some flower garden hexagon prints.
I’ve got my new quilt patterns in the shop along with my new Rose Lane Needle Minders. I’m still waiting on my fabric but it’ll be here soon! You can also find the fabrics in a few shops now, more will be arriving in shops every day now!
I’m also so in love with the projects that people shared in the Rose Lane blog hop!
Melanie from A Bit of Scrap Stuff made this darling Buffalo Plaid quilt with Rose Lane! She has all the info on her blog!
Kari from That’s Sew Kari made an adorable Rose Lane dress and tote bag! I’m dying over how cute this is! She used the panel to make the tote which I think is genius!
Look at the back of the bag! I need to make one of these up!!
Erin from Why Not Sew Quilts made up my US Map Quilt with Rose Lane fabric! She has me wanting to make up another version too!
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I can’t wait to see your projects with Rose Lane! You can share them on Instagram with the hashtag #RoseLaneFabric and see what other people are making as well!