Monday, March 29, 2021

Pantone Party with Art Gallery Fabrics

 The Pantone Party was terrific and we need to give credit where credit is due: our sponsors!  All the fabric our designers used was sponsored and we're really grateful!

Today we have some final inspiration for you using Art Gallery Fabrics.


Art Gallery Fabrics holds some of the highest standards in the industry.  They are a leading Manufacturer of Sewing & Quilting Cotton Fabrics.  Many describe their style as “Contemporary Elegant” & we think that is a perfect fit for our Pantone Party!  Art Gallery Fabrics designs fabrics that keep up with ongoing trends & encourages customers to use new colors outside their comfort zone.


Art Gallery Fabrics is certified by Oeko-Tex. Their fabrics are free from harmful chemicals and are safe for human use.  Just check out all the substrates they currently offer:

100% POPLIN quilting cotton – the favorite substrate for all modern quilters.
Jersey Knit fabric – soft and stretchy, perfect for garment makers.
Voile and Rayon – two substrates that are soft to the touch, lightweight and breathable – ideal for lightweight garments.
Canvas fabric – durable and sturdy for structured projects and upholstery yet soft enough for garments.
Denim fabric – The reinvention of a quintessential American fabric through a variety of textures, prints, and weights.

Here are some ideas for sewing with Art Gallery Fabrics to get your creative juices flowing:








TinTin shorts or trousers made from Mille Fleur Canvas (softest canvas ever!!!)



Via Top Pattern sewn up with Primrose Field Light knit fabric and Tin Tint for the accent stripe.

Well we're certainly inspired to sew more yellow and grey combinations, how about you?  

Next up, we have a really big surprise for you... 

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1 comment :

  1. I bought some of the Ice Cream Shop Knit fabric after seeing it used here at Project Run Play. Thanks for the inspiration of introducing us to so many wonderful fabrics.

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