Shady Grove Glamour Shots and a Giveaway

Everyday is fun at Cathy Heck Studio, but days when we receive samples of our designs on real products are bushels of fun – especially when we are receiving fabric with fruits, and berries, and trees, and well – bushels!  Here is the full photo shoot of Shady Grove, our newest line under the CathyLoo™ brand for David Textiles.  It’s prefect for picnic, kitchen, kids, and summer.  We can’t wait to make an apron or three out of Shady Grove!

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One of our favorite things about this collection is how bright and cheerful it is.  (We’re also pretty proud of how seamless the tossed fruit and birds patterns are.  Even though the designs are fairly small, they really can work well on the back of a quilt without your eye being able to pick out funky repeating waves or clumps of color.)

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To celebrate the bright and blissful newness of Shady Grove, we are giving away one fat quarter bundle of the collection.  Please enter by leaving a comment on this blog telling us the project you might create from the group, and we’ll draw a winner at noon CST on Wednesday, July 18. Good luck!

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15 Comments

  1. Jo-Anne July 11, 2012

    Oh my goodness, I cannot believe how wonderful these patterns are! I’m imagining them in the most colourful picnic blanket ever!

  2. Serena Powell July 11, 2012

    I think these would make an adorable apron!

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway.

  3. Beth T. July 11, 2012

    Oh Cathy, this fabric is great! I would make a cute patchwork skirt with the fabric, or maybe line my bread baskets for a summer picnic!

  4. mary July 11, 2012

    Oooh so very gorgeous, my daughters 5 and 7yrs have just started sewing so I think we would do something together with these, I think they would make great bags and purses with them – thanks for the giveaway

  5. Debra Lee July 11, 2012

    That fabric can put anyone in a good mood!

  6. Kathy D July 12, 2012

    This fabric is beautiful, love how fresh it looks.

  7. Maggie M July 12, 2012

    Pennant banner!

  8. M July 13, 2012

    A bag, pouch, anything!:)

  9. Michelle H. July 14, 2012

    Placemats and maybe a table runner for my dining room.

  10. Debbie July 15, 2012

    Patchwork placemats and a banner would be adorable. Love the fabric.

  11. alex colombo July 16, 2012

    Your fabrics are so lovely and fun! Love them all!!

  12. Margaret July 17, 2012

    These prints would make a great set of napkins, although I’d feel bad getting them dirty.

  13. Stacey July 17, 2012

    These prints are so fun and the colors are great! They remind me of board games I used to play as a kid. I think I’d use them to make cute little girl dresses for my new little niece.

  14. Dan R July 18, 2012

    I love the vibrant colors. They are perfect for all sorts of projects around the kitchen.

  15. KTseams July 27, 2012

    Love the bright citrus-y colors! Especially liking all the yellow.

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