Enjoy a fresh bouquet of flower fabrics all year long! From tiny calico prints to bold blooms, we have floral fabric by the yard that everyone can dig! You won't want to miss a single petal of our gorgeous garden sprouting with flower fabrics, flowery patterns, blooming quilt kits, and floral quilt ideas! Shop floral fabric by the yard and precuts below and create a fantastic floral quilt.
If you visit Hamilton, Missouri–Quilt Town USA–you will find shops devoted to specific quilt themes and types of fabric. One of those is the Florals Shop. You walk in an eternal garden when you are in the Florals Shop because the 2,500+ fabrics in this store are always blooming. We know that all of you can’t come to Halmiton; therefore–on this page–we bring the Florals Shop to you!
Flowers have personalities and so does floral fabric. Some flowers are big, colorful, and showy. Some are small, subdued in color, and like to hide in the garden.
If you are looking for floral fabric patterns that have bold, bright colors and big blooms, you might take a look at Kaffe Fassett’s designs for Free Spirit Fabrics. Anna Maria Horner–also with Free Spirit Fabrics–is another designer who creates vibrant, vividly colored, floral print fabric. Jason Yenter puts a modern spin on the bold, bright flower fabric that he creates for In the Beginning Fabrics.
Do you love batiks? Many batik prints incorporate floral and horticulture themes, and they are printed in a wide range of colors–some bold, some pastel, some earthy. If that sounds appealing, you might search out the floral quilting fabric of Kathy Engle for Island Batiks. Lunn Studios for Robert Kaufman also specializes in batiks.
Maybe you love traditional fabrics and quilt patterns. Lori Holt designs reproduction fabrics for Riley Blake. Her designs are rendered in the bright, cheerful colors used on feedsacks during the Great Depression and throughout WWII. Lori’s vintage collections are available as flower fabric by the yard as well as floral Jelly Roll fabric, floral Layer Cake, floral Charm Pack, and as a floral fat quarter bundle. Lori’s collections include floral fabric panels for things like aprons and tea towels.
Some of us like the understated flowers–the ones worth hunting for–like Lily of the Valley. If you tend toward traditional flower fabric patterns, you might like the fabric designs of Edyta Sitar of Laundry Basket Quilts for Andover Fabrics. Edyta’s designs are patterns and colors that will never go out of style, and they include floral fabric by the yard and flower fabric panels. Edyta has created a particularly clever panel of quilt labels that is neutral and would work well on many quilts.
Primitive Gatherings for Moda Fabrics has floral fabric precuts and yardage in classic prints and the rich colors of the earth. You can also find delicately patterned calico prints in this line. Whether you choose a darker or lighter colorway, you will be pleased with the timeless, traditional tone these fabrics lend to your project.
The designers mentioned here are only a few of those available in our Florals Shop. Take the time to browse–to really stop and (figuratively) smell the roses, peonies, and lilies that bloom on the bolts of fabric displayed here. We are sure that you will find gorgeous floral fabrics that will make your home feel like a garden all year long.
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