Check out these New arrivals from some brand new suppliers.

First up is this sewing themed collection called Shades of Grey (stop it!) from Sweet Bee Designs. We have four prints from the collection, and I think the writing one and the scissor print are my favourites.  They will make beautiful sewing accessories and quilts obviously.

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Next up, also from Sweet Bee Designs, is a collection of blenders that comes in a few gorgeous shades. The cutest thing about these is the little print is that the little triangles/semi circles look a little bit like tiny tacos. Available in Navy, Ice Blue, Mint, Grey, pink, pea green and tasty orange.

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Paintbrush Studios is also a new to me brand and when I ordered these back in February at Stitches I knew it would be a hard wait, But sooooo worth it. These Donut prints are part of a collection called ‘Food Truck’ that also includes ice creams and cocktails, with a fab retro vibe.

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This was the collection that I had bought even before the rep had the shade card out of his bag, and if you know me you will know why. The Blog A Beautiful Mess and the sisters Elsie and Emma who run it are a massive inspiration to me. I have been following Elsie since she was a papercraft designer over 10 years ago and honestly feel like she is a marvellous role model.

This is a fabric collection designed by the sisters and their in-house designer and you can tell I couldn’t decide which ones to have because I chose a massive eight prints form the collection.

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These three fabrics are from one of my favourite new fabric brands Figo Fabrics. As well as stoking their Lucky Charm collection I have also ordered a few cute fabrics from other collections including theses fun novelty prints from Promenade by Danielle Kroll.

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And then these beauties from a collection called Rolleken by Cathy Nordstrom a name you may recognise from past Dashwood Studio fabric collections. I Love the colourway of these prints and they look as good alone as they do all together.

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