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11 Mar '16

Prism Twist Quilt featuring Cotton Couture!

Friday Feature :: Angela Bullard of Sewing With Squeak!
We just love the color combination that Angela used in Prism Twist!
*Looking for a geometric mobile? How about making your own? Project Nursery has a cute DIY mobile :)
For the Prism Twist quilt pattern, please visit Sewing with Squeak Craftsy page

Cotton Couture color list for this quilt
Bright White
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For more details about this quilt, please visit our website!


25 Sep '15

End of Summer Blues...

Posted by Michael Steiner

Baby's Got the Blues (shown above) was designed by Tara Faughnan and it features Cotton Couture.
*The pattern for this quilt is available to our Premier Cotton Couture retailers only.

Blue Grotto is an inspirational quilt designed by Nicole Daksiewicz using Cotton Couture. For more info about Nicole, check out her beautiful website, Modern Handcraft.

The stunning Bravo Indigo quilt, designed by Caroline Greco, is a free downloadable pattern on our website! To see Caroline's blog post about the quilt, check out her website, Nightingale Quilts.

We'd love to hear what you think about our solid Cotton Couture! If you post pictures on your social media sites, don't forget to tag us and use the hashtags, #CottonCouture and #SharetheFeeling
08 Dec '14

Cotton Couture... Share the feeling!

Posted by Michael Steiner
Cotton Couture is our lovely solid with a soft and silky hand...
We have 150 gorgeous colors, perfect for quilts and garments alike!
Create a calm, soothing bedroom...
...or a cheery sunroom...
The quilt pictured above was designed by Stephanie Kendron
"I love working with Cotton Couture because it has such a great hand which makes piecing a breeze. It is so soft to the touch and makes a snuggly quilt and amazing clothing that is so comfortable to wear. Let's not forget the amazing array of colors to choose from that will make any project shine!"
~Stephanie Kendron of Modern Sewciety
Why stop with a quilt? The placemats pictured below were designed by Pati Fried. Click on the link below for the free tutorial!
Bloomin' (pictured below) is a free download on our website. It was designed by Tamara Kate...
"Cotton Couture is my go-to fabric when I'm working with solids. It is a buttery-soft fabric with beautiful drape that has a fine yet strong weave, thus making it great for garment sewing, quilting and accessories. Whether I am looking for subtle hues, vibrant tones or spot-on neutrals, the range of colors is like a giant paintbox I can dip into to find just the right colors for my projects."
~Tamara Kate
Felicia Brenoe often uses Cotton Couture for her gorgeous quilts. Not Like All the Others is a free download on our website... How amazing is the contrast between the birds and the background?!

“Michael Miller Cotton Couture has rapidly become my go-to brand for solid fabrics.  The higher thread count gives the fabric a smooth, almost satiny surface that I really love in my quilts.  The fabric drapes beautifully and the quilts feel soft and luxurious. The fabric handles well for both applique and piecing.  I usually give it a spritz of starch for piecing, like I do most of my other fabrics.

My favorite thing about Cotton Couture is the colors. The exceptionally smooth weave of the fabric makes the colors look more vibrant than they do on the other major brands of solid quilting cottons that I have compared it to.  With 150 colors to choose from I can usually find the perfect colors for the project I have in mind.”

~Felicia Brenoe of Felicia's World

The quilt above, Cobblestone, is a free download on our website- just click here.

 Looking for a perfect summer quilt? Caroline, of Nightingale Quilts used Cotton Couture to mimic sea glass... For the pattern, please visit her website.

Nightingale Quilts

"After working with many different fabrics, you begin to notice that they all have a certain texture or 'hand' to them. I'll admit I am picky with texture. I fondled and fiddled with many different solids until I found Michael Miller Cotton Couture. As soon as I felt their light, smooth texture I vowed off all others. I've used other solids before, however I feel that the dense fibres of the Cotton Couture fabrics means much less fraying (and if it does you don't lose ¼" with one fibre gone) and greater stability when making Half Square Triangles. If anyone asked me what solids to use I would always recommend Cotton Couture for their hand, their colour brilliance, their strength and their range."

~Caroline Greco of Nightingale Quilts

We'd love to hear what you think about our solid Cotton Couture! If you post pictures on your social media sites, don't forget to tag us and use the hashtags, #CottonCouture and #SharetheFeeling