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Bloomsville is an explosion of bright colors and flowers in bloom, perfect for summer projects. The feature design Garden Vista is inspired by old chinoiseries and a sweet motif found on a vase from a factory that closed in the 1960s. Ideal for small decorative pillows, bags and fun details in a quilt. The bold flower motif of Late Bloomer takes inspiration from Indian chintz with large imaginative flowers that are easy to cut into, making the pattern work well for both large and small pieces.

The Abloom blenders, which are certainly bolder than a typical blender, are a new favorite. They work just as well for a tablecloth as
tiny patchwork tesserae. I find them versatile and fun to work with.

With Bloomsville, I have challenged myself with color, and it has been a joyful adventure. Vibrant colors are what bring the patterns of Bloomsville together, creating a bold and fresh summer collection.

Have a creative spring and summer!

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