Hello, my name is Crystal, and I am a fabric addict. Today I would like to spread the fabric addiction but sharing with you Ann Kelle fabric.
I have over 200 fabrics in my collection for making shirts for my shop Lilikoi Lane. I know the names of all the big fabric manufacturers (Robert Kaufman, Michael Miller, Alexander Henry, Andover, Timeless Treasures, Free Spirit, etc, etc.) I have to admit though, I don’t always know the name of the person who designed the fabric, the “illustrator” if you will.
Recently Ann Kelle featured my 15 Minute Baby Bib Tutorial on her blog. At first glance I had no idea who Ann Kelle was. I went to her blog and was delighted by the beautiful colors on her blog, the gorgeous photographs and the superb choices of fabric that she displayed on her blog (seriously go check out Ann Kelle’s blog, it’s pretty fab).
“I have a lot of these fabrics in my collection.” I thought. “This Ann Kelle and I have similar fabric tastes!” Then I dug a little deeper and realized that SHE DESIGNED all of the gorgeous fabrics that I was drooling over. Ann Kelle designs fabrics for Robert Kaufman.
Today I thought that I would share with you Ann Kelle fabric from the new Super Kids collection.
I just love these sassy, superhero girls!
Isn’t it the cutest fabric line ever? Oh the things I could do with this fabric. I think I may be tempted to add some to my collection once it comes out.
What? You want a bit more fabric Eye Candy? Ok… if you insist. Here you go. A few more of my Ann Kelle fabric faves.
I think I may have to pick up some of these Woodland Pals and Funbots. SO CUTE!!!!
Check out all of the fabric that Ann Kelle has designed for Robert Kaufman here.
Tell me… Do you have a fabric addiction? Which of Ann’s fabrics would you like to add to your collection? Or if you don’t sew which fabric would you pick to have someone make you something with?
I love the strawberries!
Aren’t they so cute? 🙂
paula schuck says
I love the mermaids!! Where can I get these prints. I also wonder about the chevron pattern. Would it be hard to work with? I am a novice. I try to sew and I can muddle through but I am not accomplished at all. I enjoy the process of creating something though.
Aren’t they fabulous? I don’t think the super kids fabric is available yet but most of the other ones are. If you visit Robert Kaufman’s website there is a where to buy tab where you can look for either online shops or brick and mortar shops near you.
Thank you for such a sweet blog post and featuring my designs, Crystal. It made my day! Thanks so very much!
Thank you so much for visiting Ann! Thank you also for designing such beautiful fabrics, I am a huge fan. 🙂
Eye-candy INDEED! This is one of the yummiest posts I’ve seen in a long while. I am just like a kid in a candy store when it comes to fabric! Yumm!
Jackie we are cut from the same cloth. I could spend hours in a fabric shop. 🙂