Sunday, 23 February 2014

Sunday Stash - Terra Australis

Thanks to the generosity of the Charles Parsons Group I now have my hot.little.hands on a fat quarter bundle of the fabulousness that is Terra Australis by Emma Jean Jansen (oh.my.gawd!)



I'm a very proud Aussie and love all the colours in this range ... Australia is more than just green and gold ya know!

The main floral fabric contains the beautiful Waratah, I have the Eucalyptus colour-way ... isn't she a beauty?

Fancy some fussy cutting?

The other gorgeous prints represent the Grevillea plant (I grew up with this growing wild in my backyard) ... the Harbour Bridge (looks like fireworks coming off it!) ... Spinning Gum ... and stripe and spot fabrics to blend - I'm in heaven!


For more inspiration I suggest you check out the Craft Depot under the Charles Parsons banner - they are distributors, and well if this is the stuff they are carrying - I'm not into name dropping *cough* Art Gallery Fabrics *cough* Lecien, I might just join them!

In the meantime I have plans for these pretties and I'm off to play!

Sx
Linking up with
Molli Sparkles Sunday Stash kindly hosted by Mila + Cuatro 

17 comments:

  1. I love this fabric ...Emma Jansen has certainly made us proud. xxx

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  2. Lucky you, I've had my eye out for this range. I particularly love the Waratah fabric, I'm curious, how big is the waratah flower?

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  3. What a gorgeous group! Have fun playing! Can't wait to see what you create!

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  4. That is some beautiful fabric! Love that waratah.

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  5. I see fussy cutting in your future, along with generous doses of creativity, all inspired by this beautiful fabric. Thanks for linking up!

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  6. Lucky you! I haven't been able to get my hands on this yet and I adore it.

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  7. The material is gorgeous! thank you for visiting my blog.

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  8. I love the eucalyptus leaves + Waratah flower prints you showed!!

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  9. Love the Aussie theme, colours so crisp and bright!

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  10. an't wait to see what you make!

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  11. Love the fabric! Colors are quite delicious. Nice to learn a bit about your land via the fabric design! I love how the design is a bit on the whimsy side. I am sure you are going to make something wonderful out of it!

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  12. Wow! What a fabulous haul. That book looks fun and fabrics are just gorgeous.

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