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Pack your picnic basket with a sweet, summery print by Ann Kelle from Metro Market for Robert Kaufman Fabrics. This fresh and modern collection is ripe for the picking. Vibrantly colored apples and pears pop on a crisp white backdrop. Delicious. We used a pair of coordinates from this collection to stitch reversible cloth napkins from our Lunch Bunch (IJ897) pattern. These fruity fabrics would also look fabulous as a lunch bag, a set of placemats, or a tote to haul to your farmers market.

And here’s a juicy tip: Trim along the border of a piece of fruit and sew on a garment or tea towel. We decorated a plain onesie with a polka-dot pear for a one-of-a-kind baby gift. Want to win some fabric? Comment on this post ONLY telling us what you think of these fun fabric prints for a chance to win a yard of one of these textile treats. We've got three yards to share, so on Monday (8/26) we'll choose three lucky winners randomly.

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Mary Jean Price on

These fabrics are so bright and fresh looking. I especially like the pear fabric. Hope I win some!

Rita on

Oh…would SEW love to win the apple/pear fabric…perfect to stitch up a pinafore for my new granddaughter!!!

Ka-Mesha on

I like the fabrics they’re vibrant and full of color! I especially like the print with the apples, I can see myself making somethin real nice out of it.

Jennifer Cochran on

I love these fabrics, i mkae my daughter(4) fun mod dresses, she loves that they’re one of a kind!She would love this!!!1

millie on

Love Kaufman fabrics! These look like a fun retro-style prints!
Hmmmm, where to put, where to put. Kitchen? Porch? Bedroom? hmmmm

Sandy Sorenson on

Love the bright colors and the graphic style of the prints.

Lisa on

Wow! These prints would make great gift bags for homemade apple/pear butter!!

Valerie Rogers on

What a cute apron or placemats this would make!

Diana Hickman on

These prints are just what I was looking for to use as pockets and trim on aprons made with a vintage damask tablecloth with images of fruit in white on white. And then, even left-over scraps can be used as decorations on a few of my other aprons in white.

Vicky Smith on

Love the fabric…it’s so bright and colorful !! My favorite is the apple.

Jaye G on

These are so fun, I’ve been looking at adding some touch ups to my kitchen and they would be great.

Debra Bopp on

These are just so cute. I’m getting ready to sew up some Christmas gifts, these would be perfect!

Debbie christin on

This gives me incentive to do pear decor in my kitchen. What great inspiration – thank you!

AnnaLucia on

Great, bright colors always draw me in!! I sure can see appliquing some of these onto solid colored fabric and making a long “line” of pennants to hang out in the yard/trees for those Indian summer picnics! Have fun!

Mary on Lake Pulaski on

The Metro Market prints are so yummy they deserve to be place mats and napkins for my table!

Margaret on

Clean and Refreshing!

Peta on

This fabric will brighten up my kitchen here in deepest darkest wet and windy Scotland! Seriously, the wettest of wet days!

Wilma Searcy on

These Metro Market fabrics are so bright and cheerful! I would love to make placemats for my kitchen from them. Please choose me!

Barbara Williams on

Apple crisp on a yellow plate and napkins from this fabric catch the crumbs! That’s a good fall evening!

Lori on

Too cute. I’m envisioning an apron.

Shellie Fontana on

What a fabulous table runner & cloth napkins this would make in my kitchen! How cheerful!

Bonnie R. on

These “pair” up so nicely for a basketful of fun food projects!

Tammi Hackley on

I love the patterns and bright colors.

Pam Grabowski on

Love that is reversable. Great color choices. Would make nice placemats.
Thanks for the giveaway!

alana on


Cherie Nichols on

good kitchen curtains fabric….

Eleanor on

I love the idea of making napkins. I’d love to win the fabric & make some!

Amanda Stelmach on

Bright, vibrant fabirc and looks edbile. Makes me think of fall with the orange and yellow colors. Brillant idea with the tea towel and a cute idea to make a onies unique. Good luck & thanks!!

Bettina Groh on

I’d love some of this fabric…my son’s Tulsa kitchen has counter tops and appliances in the same green . I could make the napkins and arunner for him as part of our hand-made Christmas present tradition!!

Kate Borucki on

I love these prints. I can think of tons of cute things to make with them.

Linda Phillips on

Either one would sooo refreshing and fun to sew with. So many cute things!!!

Anna Daly on

I Love Love Love fruit print fabrics! This one especially reminds me of a pinafore my grandmother sewed for me when I was a little girl. ( A Loooong time ago! ) Would love to win! ;)

Ann Nothaft on

Great Fabrics. They are very colorful and I can think of many projects to make with them. They also would be great to make appliques with. I can envision many kitchen items that would look fabulous made with these fabrics or embellished with them.

Barb Colvin on

Perfect for my fruit themed kitchen! Pears, apples, cherries—trim for new towels, potholders, appliance covers, etc. What fun!!

Shelley Lee on

I looooooooove those patterns! Great for aprons… lunch sacks, napkins….

Kim N on

These are so cute! I’m thinking it would make a great bag or apron or if I got the apple pattern, it would be fabulous to make a jumper for my little girl!

Glenda on

These fabrics just make me smile. I think I’ll turn my yard into an apron …. lots of colorful camoflage for when I’m wearing the pizza sauce and white flour! =-)

Charlotte McCaig on

Perfect for new kitchen curtains-would also be a cute set of bibs for my new grandniece Natalie.

Kathleen Lemansky on

Each of the fruits on this fabric is fun…love what you made with them..would definitely enjoy a win!!

Sivje Parish on

Oh how pretty! I would love to make an apron out of one of them, or a table cloth! So pretty!

Cyndy on

This is so cute , reminds me of 60’s kitchen curtains. Would be great to piece into a tablecloth.

Melanie Moraites on

I love these fabrics! They would make the cutest table mats and napkins for our kitchen. The colors are perfect. Thanks for having this giveaway and the chance to win.

Cheryl Nocera on

These look like some kitchen curtains or glasses or perhaps a tablecloth from my youth; very fun fabrics. These would be so pretty made up for bags for the grocery store! Now I need to make these bags……..

Nancy Myers on

These fabric prints are fun and bring to mind some of the wonderful fruits I am seeing at West Michigan farmers markets these days.

Sherry Waldo on

I love the juicy fabric-and can’t get over the adorable onsie with with pear appliqued on it. Love black and white polka dots anyways. Now that fall is her and winter is on the way, these juicy, bright fabrics keep the warmth around the sewing room.

susan on

love them, I have a thing for veggies and fruits…. can’t get enough of them, or fabrics with them. Both are healthy, and good looking.

amorette on

these would make a great lunchbox!

Lee-Ann Lally on

Love the bright fresh colors

SewLindaAnn on

I like how fresh and sharp they are. Seeing your pear applique made me think of using the fruits cut out to make coasters. I’m probably thinking coasters a lot since I just joined a swap!

Indygo Junction Staff on

Hello Rosa,
This fabric is an older design, this was posted three years ago! However, I found a very similar fabric here:

I hope that helps!

rosa cuevas on

hello I could tell where I can get that fabric pears is very beautiful, and loved me for my curtains to the kitchen,, please help me I am desperate q that fabric thanks

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