Pepper & Flax Fabrics & Patterns

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  1. Susan says:

    Love your new fabric line and the patterns too! Not sure if the horses belong to you, but they are so sweet – great pics and backgrounds!

  2. Pat H says:

    9th & Vine is my favorite! I already have Pepper & Flax in mind for a throw for my friend’s retirement later this year. Have you designed any of the Color Cuts fabrics? It looks like some of those fabrics would work nicely with your lines, too!

    • Corey says:

      I’m so glad you asked about Color Cuts!–Aren’t those wonderful! So, with those, Moda chose some of the new fabrics shown at Fall Market to mix and match together to make those bundles. There are Pepper & Flax fabrics included in the following Color Cuts bundles: Green, Grey, Yellow, and White. I can’t wait to play with them and I already plan to make that sampler quilt–I adore it!

      • Pat H says:

        One more question then…am I correct in understanding that the fabrics in Color Cuts have already been released in Moda fabric lines and not new patterns? How do the colors coordinate so beautifully since the aqua or green you used in your lines is probably not the same shade that another designer included in her fabric line? Thanks!

        • Corey says:

          You are right–the prints chosen were from a mix of lines shown at fall market. So the prints in Color Cuts are from lines that are being released this spring. They specifically chose fabrics from different lines that work well together. And while they might not be an exact color match, they are within the same color family. You’ll notice the yellows are all warm, buttery yellows–no cool tones. And the greens are more of that pistachio green sort of shade. Same goes for all of the colors–they stayed within a similar shade. You may have already read this article from Moda: but if not it’s a great one to read. And, if you want to see exactly which prints are used in each color way you can see them here: I am super excited for these!–You know I love a scrappy quilt.

          • Pat H says:

            Thanks for clearing it up. I can’t wait to get my hands on Pepper & Flax and Color Cuts this spring! Hope you have a great day! Another snowy day in OH means a great day to sew! 😊

  3. julianna says:

    Love 9th & Vine and Dappled, and love how you turned the Barn Star block into a beautiful wall quilt.

  4. Adrienne says:

    It’s all gorgeous. Really beautiful.

  5. Pam Eckert says:

    Love love the dapple quilt. How wide were the quilting lines… does your mom use a hoop or frame when she hand quilts…thank u.

  6. Susan says:

    I like them all, but Barn Star is my favorite.

  7. DanyseF says:

    I love the barn star but I would make it a throw with a couple of borders. I love, love, love this beautiful line of fabrics!!

  8. Lynne Tilley says:

    Oh my goodness, I’m in love with your new line. It is just fabulous!

  9. Michelle says:

    Absolutely beautiful… and such a SPRING feeling comes from all the quilts… Love the color combination and designs….. my 2018 goal of cutting back on the amount of fabric I purchase has quickly fallen to the sideline…. oh well… Bravo – well done!

    • Corey says:

      Thanks so much!–I think it will be a wonderful Spring line. I think we have all fallen off of the “no more buying fabric” wagon. =) But, if we don’t snatch it up when we see it we might not be able to get it–I think we’ve all been there too! =)

  10. Robbin says:

    My favorite color is yellow. My favorite quilt pattern would be Dappled. It is really pretty and I love the hand quilting. Thanks for the inspiration.

  11. Diane says:

    Beautiful, really! I “think” I love Garden District, but then 9th and vine and all of them are lovely.:) I love your awesome prints in those beautiful colored fabrics! Thanks for the inspiration.

  12. Hildy says:

    I love all the patterns but don’t like yellow so much:-( I think I’ll buy some of the grey, white and green fabrics the prints look great!

    • Corey says:

      Yellow is one of my favorites!–can’t ever get enough of that sunny color. =) I don’t often use a cool yellow but a warm yellow makes many appearances in my work! The greys, greens, and yellows will be very versatile in quilts. There is a wonderful tonal white fabric that features the medallion print that is beautiful as a background.

  13. Helen in Montana says:

    So glad you choose to create more yellows!! It seems the least fabric color available is yellow. Your whole line looks great! And the quilts….of course awesome as always!

    • Corey says:

      Yellow is one of my favorite colors to work with. I love how it warms a quilt up. Now, I am a bit picky about the exact shade of yellow as I tend to lean toward those warmer, goldenrod shades. And, thanks so much for your kind comments on the fabrics and quilts–It’s always fun sharing the designs as we get close to the fabric being available!

  14. WOW! What a gorgeous fabric line and those horses are amazing peeking in the background. Perhaps on your next line, you can stick a horse or two somewhere in the design. The quilt patterns are so nice and it’s hard to find a favorite. I especially love the large grey stitched lines that your mom put into that one quilt. You are so talented and I can’t wait for this to hit the stores!

    • Corey says:

      Thanks so much!–this has been a fun line to design and then play with in quilts. Those horses are so funny aren’t they?–that one in particular was really checking out everything I was doing.

  15. Robby H. says:

    This whole post was like a much needed reminded that Spring will eventually get here. The new fabrics are quite a nice grouping, but I love that green. No surprise I like Lotus, but 9th & Vine is a clever take on familiar blocks. Hope your hard work here is well received.

    • Corey says:

      It will get here before we know it–although you wouldn’t be able to tell from the weather today that’s for sure! I really like what the green adds to the group as well. =)

  16. Laure T says:

    I had seen Barn Star on Moda’s blog from Fall Festival, and had decided that it was my favorite. Now that I’ve looked at all of the quilts, I’m torn between Barn Star and 9th & Vine!

  17. Jackie says:

    Love the fabric line!! My favourite pattern is 9th & Vine.

  18. Karen Seitz says:

    Pick a favorite? I don’t think I can do it. They’re all great, and I’m so impressed that you can come out with multiple patterns that are significantly different from others on the market. Pepper and Flax will definitely be making it into my stash.

    • Corey says:

      Thanks so much Karen!–I have so much fun designing quilts–that’s what I am working on this afternoon and I always enjoy it! Glad to hear that P&F made the Karen cut. =)

  19. MoeWest says:

    I really like the Dappled quilt. It’s a great fabric line!

  20. Janet T says:

    Dappled for me!

  21. I love them all, but I’m going to make the barn quilt. Your fabric collections are always a favorite. Thanks for sharing.

  22. Sharon says:

    Dappled is probably my favorite since it looks so old fashioned and I love the big stitch hand quilting your mom did. This is a beautiful line of fabric!

  23. Nadine W. says:

    Lemon Grass and 9th and Vine are tops for me but I really like all of the patterns! Love, love, love the new line of fabrics! The colors are exactly the way I want to go in a quilt for my bedroom! I can’t wait until I can buy some!

  24. Rochelle Summers says:

    Can’t really pick a favorite pattern since they are all nice. I love the fabric line and especially like that you added gray to the palette for the contrast. Yellows have always been a favorite and these are very soft. Thanks for the look see.

    • Corey says:

      Thank you so much!–I have had a warm grey in all of my fabric lines. It is such a go to color for me. Even before designing fabrics, I loved using grey in quilts both in the prints or as a background color. It adds such a great backdrop for both pastel shades and brighter colors.

  25. Jill Miles says:

    Oh, I love this line of fabric! I can’t choose just one favorite pattern. I love Barn Star and Dappled and Garden District. I have had Kaylene quilt a couple of quilts for me also. She does a great job!

  26. Nancy says:

    You are sure making it hard for me to stay on my fabric diet. I MUST use some of my current supply of fabric before I can buy more and I am really wanting your new line. The combination is wonderful.

  27. gwen says:

    9th and vine is my favorite… I was cutting it out at retreat and had several women run up to the store and purchase the pattern… Really a favorite.

  28. Janice Hall says:

    Corey – I just finished piecing my first quilt with your fabric line Lulu Lane (which i had picked up some charm packs). I got on the internet to search for backing and found your site. I am in love/lust/hankerin for all of your fabric lines. You may have just become my favorite designer. Your fabrics are soft and beautiful and inspire happiness. Can’t wait to purchase them all. Keep blessing us with your wonderful talent.


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