The 4th and final collection that I have to show you is Moda’s new “Quilt for a Cause” collection,
Preservation.Preservation is 19th in their “Quilt for a Cause” series.
The collection was inspired by a quilt from England dating to 1830.
It will benefit the
International Quilt Study Center & Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska
which is a learning center.
They have a collection of quilts,
related textiles and documents
for the purpose of study, insight and inspiration.
Perhaps you’ve been there?
Glad to know such a good cause will benefit from the sale of these lovely fabrics!
The colors are lovely!
I love it when collections mix the all the colors of the collection in all or most all the fabrics.
It makes for a low contrast quilt which I find very appealing.
The colors blend from one fabric to the next.
I used a similar collection for Dresden Heaven.
This pattern is available here on my website.
Low contrast, making it very calming to look at.
Notice the aqua fabrics have red and cream,
the red fabrics have the cream, aqua and brown,
the cream fabrics have the aqua, red, brown…
You can see the complete collection at Moda by going here.
Preservation is due in quilt shops in September.
You have plenty of time to sew up some of your stash to make room for it.
So, GO QUILT!
I will too!
Just keep sewing…