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Moda has been designing wonderful fabrics for years and we continue to be inspired by the Moda wide range of prints they offer-from traditional to modern and everything in between. We fell in love with their new Morris Holiday Metallics inspired by the William Morris art collection exclusively from the V&A Archives (The Victoria and Albert Museum). We created Fabriflair® stars in the indigo blue palette as well as the crimson & pine colorway.
Embellish your star with beads, buttons, bells and more to add extra detail to your project. Decorate a wreath with a festive star.
Make a star for every room, season, holiday, or fabric that inspires you, the possibilities are endless. The scale of these prints worked well as well the range of colors made this line perfect for the Wall Art Stars pattern. The indigo palette made up beautifully in the Indygo Junction Tree Topper and Ornament pattern, we used one fabric on one face and 5 coordinates on the reverse side. Decorate with vintage beads from a broken pearl necklace or add a button to the center! A great trick to camouflage any imperfection where points meet!
It doesn’t matter if your style is modern or traditional, the Wall Art Star pattern can be customized to all spaces and styles. Decorate your house for Christmas with these statement pieces. This star we made last year from Kaari Meng's French General line Petites Maisons De Noel. Watch our Wall Art Stars Pattern Review for more details on making the Wall Art Star!
This is Kaari 's La Vie En Rouge collection! The large or medium versions are a perfect accent for your front door!
Kaari's fabric worked up beautifully in our Contemporary Kimono Pattern! Three-yard cuts of these two fabrics are part of this weeks giveaway along with a Fat Quarter bundle of the Morris Holiday Metallics.
Chloe, our resident studio cat, loved the Morris Holiday prints as well. She helped me pick out which fabrics to pair together and I think we’re both pretty pleased with the holiday decor we created.