Sassaman Gregory's Garden

We are pleased to announce that Jane's lastest FreeSpirit collection has just arrived at your favorite fabric stores! Gregory's Garden takes a stroll among some tried and true garden classics. Gregory delights in the comfort of the old-fashioned and self-reliant varieties. Consequently, these designs are ripe with graphic vigor and rich in color.

More foliage than flower, some bold geometrics and an insect with "attitude" make this collection a spendid mixture for crafting creations. Included are some scrumptious jewel toned designs that will play beautifully in a crisp and clean modern stash.

Sow the seeds for some sewing excitement! These new designs come in three vibrant colorways... Cornflower, Fuchsia and Citrus. The hand of this cloth is wonderful and the prints are ideal for all kinds of crafy projects. To find Gregory's Garden view our vendors list or contact FreeSpirit to find a fine fabric store in your neighborhood or online. Click here for a handy PDF print out of the entire line.


Sassaman Gregory's Garden

Deep rich colors characterize the most masculine colorway of Gregory's Garden. Autumn is the season that comes to mind... comforting and cozy. Imagine a woodsy cottage dressed up with in these new fabrics as duvets, pillowcases and curtains.


 Sassaman Gregory's Garden

The Fuchsia colorway is cool and collected. Pastels change the mood of this ensemble to decidedly feminine. Think Spring!    We see Easter frocks, vintage aprons, layettes for baby, flirty frills for teens, pretty pillows and garden graced quilts and accessories.


 Sassaman Gregory's Garden

The Citrus group is sassy summertime. The zesty contrast of yellow and purple suggest the perfect combination of hot sunshine and soothing shade... a picnic under the trees. Perfect for tablecloths, napkins, sunny summer jumpers, beach bags and porch pillows.

Pay special attention to the dazzling jewel colored tone-on-tone designs.  Clean cut and crisp, they make stunning contemporary quilts. Modern quilters will love the graphic potential of this versitile fabric. Stay tuned to our blog for weekly projects from Gregory's Garden.