FreeSpirit Fabrics 2011
Inspired by Ladies' League luncheons and Preservation Society socials, Greenfield Hill evokes afternoon teas, polite gossip, the faded wallpaper in Mrs. Dashwood’s drawing room, the slightly musty library on the town green, and motoring on a perfect, crisp and sunny day.
Greenfield Hill's three proper New England/Goth colorways were inspired by a beautiful old cookie tin and vintage map. Available in quilting cotton and dreamy cotton voile.
The DSQ Stacking the Odds quilt pattern beautifully showcases the cooler colorways.
Larger scale prints (and the cotton voile substrate) make it ideal for apparel patterns and accessories. I love this Slip-Over Apron from Vintage Notions: An Inspirational Guide to Needleworking, Cooking, Sewing, Fashion and Fun by Amy Barickman. Shown with our Holiday Hostess Hot Mitt, a free pattern.
The cabbage rose print is stunning for any project. Sunny Scallop Dress from Jona Giammalva Pattern Co.