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The next pages share just some of the gorgeous new fabric ranges to be released May 2020.

01 Poppy Digital Printed Cotton Linen Available from Spotlight

02 Anzac Day, Remembering Day, Australian Waltzing Matilda Poem All-over Distributed by Kennard and Kennard

03 Anzac Day, Remembering Day, Panel Distributed by Kennard and Kennard

04 Anzac Day, Remembering Day, Red Poppies on Cream Distributed by Kennard and Kennard

05 Anzac Day, Remembering Day, Writing All-over Distributed by Kennard and Kennard

06 Timeless Treasures, Tuscan Poppies Available from Spotlight

Anzac Day – a day of remembrance Farah Flowers

01 4186-MU

02 4193-R

03 4188-K

04 4187-MU

05 4192-MU

By Crystal Designs for P&B Textiles

The main pattern consists of flowers, abstract leaves and cursive writing snippets. The collection includes seven coordinates that match perfectly with the unique artistic style and muted colouring. Perfect for pillows, quilts or apparel.

High Summer Flower Show

01 Ascot Rose B

02 Cosmos Bloom B

03 Forget Me Not Blossom B

04 Mamie B

06 Wisley Flowers B

05 Suffolk Fields B

By Liberty Fabrics for Riley Blake

Based in Soho, London, the Liberty Design Studio creates a new collection of up to 40 original designs each season.

The latest quilting collection from the Liberty Fabrics design studio is due to be released this month. The collection has drawn inspiration from British flower shows. Traditionally screen-printed onto Lasenby quilting cotton, the collection includes quintessential 1930s florals, reimagined from the Liberty print archive. Illustrating Liberty’s rich heritage of floral design, the collection offers a tonal palette that gradates from neutrals to pinks with hints of citrus tones and greenery.

HomeMade

01 Getting Snippy in Brunch

02 Measure Twice in Noon

03 Pedal to the Metal in Night

04 Seed Stitch in Night

05 Tools of the Trade in Morning

By Tula Pink for FreeSpirit

The humming of the sewing machine, the repetitive motion of a needle passing between the fibres of cloth, the joy of a fresh rotary blade, the gentle steam of a hot iron, the accomplishment of making something with our own hands, these are the things that bind us together. Sewing is our dessert for the day. We get through our other chores as efficiently as possible in order to cut out just a little time to sew. We dedicate rooms to the craft where we can, if not rooms then drawers and cupboards. We cover every surface with fabric, notions and thread. We create guilds, communities and industries to support our favourite hobby. HomeMade pays tribute to the thing that drives us to create with our hands. It is about that moment when someone asks you, “Where did you get that?” and you reply, “I made it!”.

Santorini Batik Sunset Fabric

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02 4355 32

03 4355 35

04 4355 36

05 4355 38

By Howard Marcus for Moda

A deep blue sea, lava sand beaches, dramatic landscapes created by a volcanic eruption … are the inspiration for Santorini Batiks, named after the island in the Aegean. Known for the dramatic contrasts of colour seen in the sun-drenched villages, the natural elements and flora, this collection of batiks evokes the vibrant energy of Santorini.