Pandalicious by Katarina Roccella: A Delicate & Playful Collection
June 30, 2016
Hello fabulous makers!
Do you have a favorite animal? Not sure? Well, after this collection release we’re sure you’re going to fall head over heels for PANDAS! Makers of the world, we’re happy to present Pandalicious by Katarina Roccella! This collection is filled with soft pastel shades contrasted by the bold beauty of panda bears.
I personally love this collection because I feel that it’s an homage to these beautiful endangered creatures. There’s so much to learn about these bears! Did you know that 99% of their diet consists of eating bamboo and they are known to live in the mountain ranges of central China? But what’s even more fascinating about pandas is that when they are born, they are pink and hairless!
Now back to the fabrics! The soft palette of Pandalicious is ideal for any nursery, child’s bedroom, and even great for party accessories. I’m completely obsessed with these cute garlands made by Alisa Kutsel from A Stitch In Between. It shows off a variety of the prints in such a delicate way.
To get you even more inspired, we’ve prepared a wonderful lookbook filled with tons of sewing ideas and project patterns! Flip through it and feast your eyes on tons of garments, quilts, and home décor.
Don’t forget to download the FREE “Bambooey” quilt pattern! Its modern design will be great for your quilt collection. (◕‿-)
We’ve also put together a few coordinating blenders from our AGF Elements for you to have fun mixing and matching prints with solids!
Now to the best part… Make sure to enter our GIVEAWAY!
CONGRATULATIONS Linda, you've won the fat quarter bundle of Pandalicious fabrics! Check your email.
Browse through the Pandalicious look book and leave a comment below, telling us what you would make with this panda filled fabric collection.
Giveaway ends Thursday, July 7th at 3pm EST. The winner will be chosen using random.org and will be announced on this post. Good luck!
Till next time,
P.S. If you would like to read more about pandas, check out this profile I found on the Smithsonian National Zoo website.