Our Guest Fat Quarter Pack Design Series has been inspiring.  We love seeing which fabrics our favorite fiber artists group together.  Today Amanda Soule from SouleMama shares a nice mix of stripes, dots & dreams with the Amanda Soule Mix Fat Quarter Pack.

Amanda’s blog and her two books need no introduction… We’re certain you thrill right along with us when a new round of Solstice Jammies or fresh corners debut! Amanda reminds us about the magic, celebration & beauty all around us. The warm, approachable style in both of Amanda’s books, The Creative Family and Handmade Home, helped guide us to add simple doses of art, creativity, comfort & joy to family life. We’re so excited to know the Soule crew is hard at work on a third book!

This gal can knit up the perfect sweater (styled oh-so-nicely with those boots!), sew up a wonderful mix and wow us with family fun. While she does so much so very well, Amanda’s also up for showing the pencil on the wall which makes us appreciate her even more. We love our daily dose of Soule inspiration, and we’re so glad Amanda’s sharing some of that here today!

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From Amanda:

    When I’m gathering a collection of prints for a project, there’s generally one much-loved print that starts it all. In this case, it was the Japanese import Juniper Stripe that really captured my heart. From that starting place, I always pull in some stripes, some dots, some prints, and a bit of whimsy too.

    Looking at all of the prints together, I am certain I’ve been influenced by the massive amounts of tangerines we’ve been eating around here! Add to that a wintry blue sky as our current background, and some dreamy thoughts of the earthly delights of spring, and well, you’ve got a stack of “Tangerine Dreams”.

The fabrics:

The Amanda Soule Mix Fat Quarter Packs are available in the shop. Create some of your own “Tangerine Dreams” today! SOLD OUT!  THANK YOU.  YARDAGE AVAILABLE FOR MOST OF THE PRINTS ABOVE.

Comment below for a chance to win one of these beautiful packs.  Tell us what you’d make with these prints.