A collection that was inspired by the Scandinavian countryside. The story of Nördika is rich with folkloric, graphic florals that play with bold geometrics and plaids.
For those that don't know Jeni, she is the master-mind behind In Color Order. A blog in which Jeni showcases her fabric collections, offers patterns and projects, and shares creative insight into the beautiful and rewarding world of sewing and quilting. It is also the best place to get your Nördika inspiration from.
Simple, minimal and functional with striking prints and splashes of bold color. These characteristics are definitive of true Scandinavian design.
Nördika's modern floral motifs have been reimagined and translated into a contemporary depiction of life in the mountains. Ornate reds, inky greys and nuances of clementine and seafoam create a high-altitude sensation.
(alternatively, you may go to youtube to watch this video)
Waking up to a breeze and trees that flutter outside your window--sunrise's broken light peers through, awakening a new day with new adventures and creations to be imagined. A stunning representation of Nördika, this video also embodies a connection to an innocent, whimsical and handmade way of living.
Beautifully filmed in Serbia by our über talented friend, Katarina Roccella. Katarina's aesthetic resonates perfectly with the AGF way, and we're lucky to have had her skill sets in helping us present this collection to the public. We recommend you check out her multi-disciplinary range of work by going directly to her website.
(Nördika's matching solids below)
(graphic courtesy of Jeni, additional matching AGF blenders can be found on her post)
Pure Element Solids: 427 Spiceberry, 405 Cherry Lipgloss, 438 Coral Reef, 421 Honey, 435 Banana Cream, 412 Tender Green, 403 Fresh Water, 424 Mirage Blue, 410 Ash, 430 Moonstone, 413 Caviar, 433 Snow.
Jeni Baker's Nördika fabric collection is a true winner, and we're extremely happy to announce its official arrival and availability online and in stores near you.
You can view Jeni's previous tutorials for Fat Quarter Gang here. Her first collection with AGF, Color Me Retro--a vintage-inspired mix of graphic prints, can be found here.