|Regency Sussex by Christopher Wilson-Tate for Moda|
The Moda Regency Sussex fabric collection was born out of the many quilts found in the Christopher Wilson-Tate’s collection of antique quilts that have come from Sussex, a historic county on the southern coast bordering the English Channel. The prints date to 1780 to 1800, and have been carefully reproduced in colour and scale, then named for castles and parishes in Sussex.
Regency Blues by Christopher Wilson-Tate is a beautiful collection of prints inspired by quilts in his private collection of antique British Quilts, dating from the late 18th Century and early 19th Century
Boro. The Moda Boro Fabric collection embodies
the Japanese aesthetic of wabi-sabi - the acceptance of imperfection.
Boros have many shades of colour and a variety of textures due
to being created over the course of many years
by successive generations of a family.
Known for his many floral designs for wallpaper and textiles,
it's thought that William Morris first drew inspiration
from the garden at Red House, the home he built ..
|Bungalow fabric collection by Kate Spain|
The Moda Bungalow fabric range is a soft and sweet collection that reminds us that love begins at home. Art deco motifs of the bungalow style are tossed throughout the lively prints – with pineapples (the symbol of hospitality), gingko leaves, floral bouquets, basket weave and tile prints..
|Jardin de Versailles by French General for Moda Fabrics|
Jardin de Versailles is a collection of pretty prints that could have been found in the Palace de Versailles in the 18th century. Inspired by the gardens, our Jardin is filled with soft pinks, pretty purples, lovely greens and a touch of our signature French General red
|Feed Sacks True Blue by Linzee Kull McCray for Moda Fabrics|
Imagine growing your own vegetables and canning them, cleaning and cooking without modern appliances, and sewing clothes for your seven children. Feed Sacks True Blue pays homage to the women who did all that and still took the time to stitch rickrack on a dishtowel, embroider a sweet bunny on the bodice of a baby’s romper, and use up every last scrap to create a quilt of warmth and beauty.
|Moda Fabric Homegrown Linen Blend Fabric Panel Distressed Whitewash|
The Homegrown Linen collection reflects the trend using simple details in shades of whitewash, taupe, grey and black. It incorporates the popularity of written sentiments that focus on family, home and healthy living, creating limitless fresh possibilities for bringing the farmhouse style to your home.
|Ahoy me Hearties!!|
Coordinating Fabrics - Ahoy me Hearties Wave, Deep Dark Ocean, Ahoy me Hearties layer cake, charm packs and Jelly rolls
So Solid Cream
by Lydia Nelson for Moda Fabrics
Make a cozy quilt with these soft colours and sleepy woodland animals will sooth him or her right to sleep.
|Moda Eat, Drink & Be Ugly|
Designed by Sandy Gervais for Moda, this cotton print fabric features the widely popular ugly Christmas sweaters. Perfect for quilting, apparel and home decor accents. Colours include cream, red, green, chartreuse and shades of blue.
|Snow much Fun|
Moda Snow Much Fun 19807-16 Multi. Snow Much Fun by Designer Deb Strain. Welcome winter and the beauty it brings! Enjoy the bluster and cold with frolicking snowmen