Such was the case when our fabric rep showed us this new group of solid batiks from Hoffman. Indah Solids by Me + You.
Although they look like any other solid fabric, the grey goods (the fabric before dyeing or printing) is the same as that used for batiks. So it doesn't fray, and it has a nice "hand." I snatched up the FQ bundles of both colorways before they even hit the shop floor.
Because I want to make this quilt from Beyond the Reef.
This simple block relies on the clever placement of accent fabrics to make the quilt look complicated -- but it's not!
The Indah collection also includes a printed batik line.
I can't bear to open the bundle just yet, so here is a peek at all the colors:
Halfway through May? How did that happen?
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