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Each collection tells a story that is unique to its own mood and palette. Whether you enjoy the style of exotic, eclectic prints or something more innocent and sweet, you can always find that fabric that compliments your personality. These are the collections designed by the AGF In-House Studio.
Amy Sinibaldi is the designer behind the crafting + sewing blog nanaCompany, and author of the book "Sweetly Stitched Handmades". Amy's work can be seen in numerous sewing books and magazines, such as Better Homes and Gardens Make it Yourself, Homespun, Little Thing Magazine, and Love Patchwork & Quilting.
For as long as I remember, I have always loved to draw. Nothing is more exciting than the unlimited possibilities of an empty notepad and a brand new pencil. I never took formal art lessons, I mostly just sketched things that I saw and “doodled” obsessively. But I put aside the pencils and paper when I became addicted to machine quilting.
I was eight years old when my mom first taught me how to use a sewing machine and my passion bloomed. Making pretty things brings me fulfillment and joy. I'm a fashion enthusiast and love wearing what I make. It gives me a great sense of pride to walk around in a dress I've sewn myself. It’s like a fun little secret... “I made it myself.”
I have been passionate about design for as long as I can remember. As a child, my mother would paint and craft, so it was only a natural progression that I would inherit her love of crafting. I began crafting and creating jewelry, but when I first learned to sew I knew I had found my passion. I was hooked on it. That obsession is what inspired my own handmade handbag business and my first book: Inspired to Sew.
I am mostly inspired by the great outdoors, from the largest of trees to the tiniest of leaves. Creating patterns with summery sweet hues is my happy place. I thrive on botanical gardens, sunshiney days, and nature walks- camera in one hand, sketchbook in the other. My goal has always been to create patterns that are organic and natural, joyful and lovely.
Better known as SewCaroline, miss Hulse is debuting her designs with a style that’s classy, playful and above all, feminine.
Dana Willard authors the popular DIY sewing and design blog MADE and is the host of MADE Everyday--which in a nutshell, is a show that will make you feel happy. Just watch one episode and you'll be reaching for bright colored fabric so you can whip up a zipper pouch, or sew skirts for every child you know. Dana makes sewing and crafting easy, by turning the everyday into something useful and cute.
For me, fabric design is the synthesis of every aspect of my life: sewing, painting, graphic design, collage and ultimately story-telling. Fabric design is simply another form of story telling. A good story causes us to escape our world for a moment – only to bring us back to it with a greater understanding of it, and hopefully helps us to live, love and appreciate it more.
My favorite part of the sewing process is fabric and color selection, I love nothing more than to be surrounded by fabric. It feels natural to be entering into the realm of fabric design with my first fabric collection, Color Me Retro.
I’m endlessly inspired by the natural world and its stunning variety of shapes and colors and textures; our man-made world inspires me, too, through, and travel (even if it’s just in my imagination!) is a go-to source of creative juju for me as well. My view is that there’s inspiration everywhere if you’re willing to look at the world that way!
I was born and raised in Belgrade, Serbia, where I live with my husband, who is Italian, and our three kids that are the true inspiration for my work. I have a Masters degree from the Faculty of Applied Arts, and have started on my PhD thesis in Applied Arts and Design, through which I get to explore even more within the fields of painting, graphic and textile design.
I started my sewing journey as a quilter. My first quilt was for my oldest daughter and even though it was far from perfect, I was so proud I made something that I knew she would treasure forever. That was it, I got bit by the quilting bug and within a year I had started my own little fabric shop just so I could have all the beautiful fabrics.
I was born and raised in small town South Carolina by an engineer and a schoolteacher. I was always a creative mind and loved playing with paints and made various collages out of scrap paper. I ended up with a Bachelor of Science in college and after college, I was lucky to find a job as a Graphic Designer, where I honed my skills working for an advertising firm and a screen-printing company.
With a new motivation to up his attention-to-detail, the quality and coolness far exceeded even his own expectations. Once he started posted his projects on social media, the quilting world quickly took notice of his fearless use of color and print, incomprehensibly fast output, carefree enthusiasm and humor, and ability to seek out, acquire and share new skills. Making projects from fabric weaving to English Paper Piecing to apparel to the 3-dimensional, you can find his fabric party on Instagram, Facebook and YouTube.
She's been a proud member of several fabric manufacturer design teams throughout the years, including Art Gallery Fabric’s popular Fat Quarter Gang, and continues to work as an Independent Designer for Janome Sewing Machines. She is incredibly grateful for each of the opportunities that have led her where to where she is today!
I fell in love with quilting, sewing triangles and squares together, eventually teaching myself everything that could be achieved using traditional quilting techniques. Throughout the years, my taste started evolving and I began to cross the bridge towards art quilts. First, I started with landscapes and with time my style became more abstract. I hard a hard time finding color variations in batiks and that's when I decided to paint my own fabrics. I began to see that quilters loved them, and not too long after that, Walter and I founded Art Gallery Fabrics.
Since 2010, I have written more than 40 bag patterns, I have had a variety of items showcased at Quilt Market booths, and my work has been featured in both national and international sewing magazines. In November of 2013 I had my first book published, Big-City Bags, and I am currently working on my second book.
Designing four collections for a fabric company and appearing in numerous quilting magazines with both her textiles and quilt designs, brought about a career in the magazine industry as an Assistant Editor, graphic designer and photographer. “Even though I am interested in knowing and working in every aspect of the quilting and sewing industry, my heart is in design—especially textile design.
Cotton Cafe powstała z miłości do tkanin i dzianin premium, dlatego też jesteśmy wyłącznym dystrybutorem materiałów Art Gallery Fabrics na terenie Polski.
Ze względu na olbrzymią ilość dostępnych wzorów Art Gallery Fabrics materiały sprowadzamy na zamówienie, natomiast na miejscu we Wrocławiu mamy dostępne głównie końcówki belek wybranych wzorów dla osób, które chcą kupić małe ilości na potrzeby próbnego przeszycia. W razie jakichkolwiek pytań lub wątpliwości zapraszamy do kontaktu z nami.
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CENNIK ZAMÓWIEŃ MATERIAŁÓW ART GALLERY FABRICS W COTTON CAFE
|Przedmiot zamówienia||Ceny hurtowe (powyżej 10 belek)|
|Płótno Bawełniane (cena za 1 metr bieżący, belka 112cm)||32,00 zł||39,36 zł|
|Płótno Bawełniane (cena za 1 metr bieżący, belka 150cm)||39,00 zł||47,97 zł|
|Płótno Bawełniane - ORGANIC GOTS (cena za 1 metr bieżący)||39,00 zł||47,97 zł|
|Dzianiny (cena za 1 metr bieżący)||46,00 zł||56,58 zł|
|Batyst (cena za 1 metr bieżący)||41,00 zł||50,43 zł|
|Kanwy (cena za 1 metr bieżący)||43,00 zł||52,89 zł|
|Wiskoza (cena za 1 metr bieżący)||37,00 zł||45,51 zł|
|Denim (cena za 1 metr bieżący)||43,00 zł||52,89 zł|
|Zestawy CM FQ AGF KITS (cena za 1 sztukę)||163,00 zł||200,49 zł|
|Zestawy CM HY AGF KITS (cena za 1 sztukę)||214,00 zł||263,22 zł|
|Color Masters and bundles FQ (cena za 1 sztukę)||77,00 zł||94,71 zł|
|Color Masters and bundles HY (cena za 1 sztukę)||120,00 zł||147,60 zł|
Cennik obowiązuje od 1-go stycznia 2019 do 31-go marca 2019. Wszystkie zamówienia wymagają przedpłaty po potwierdzeniu dostępności wzorów u producenta.
Cennik zawiera koszty materiałów, transportu z USA do Wrocławia, podatek, cło i koszty importu. Do ceny materiałów doliczamy jedynie koszt transportu z Wrocławia do punktu wybranego przez klienta (koszt kuriera przeciętnie między 17zł dla typowej paczki do 50zł dla większych dostaw). Istnieje możliwość zamówienia własnego kuriera po odbiór paczki z Wrocławia lub odbioru osobistego po wcześniejszym ustaleniu terminu.
Belki są dostępne w nawojach 10-cio jardowych (9,1m), 15-to jardowych (13,7m) oraz 60-cio jardowych (54,8m).
Zamówienie hurtowe to minimum 10 belek 10 jardowych (czyli 10 x 9,1m - łącznie około 91 metrów). Nie wymagamy zamówienia 10 belek tego samego wzoru, tzn w zamówieniu może być mieszanka różnych materiałów oraz kolorów (np 3 belki wiskozy, 3 dzianiny, 4 batystu, mix kolorów).
Zamówienia wymagają pełnej przedpłaty.
Gramatura [g / m2]
Dostępna szerokość belki
|Płótno Bawełniane||125||100% bawełny PIMA||112cm i 150cm|
|Dzianina||190||95% bawełny PIMA + 5% spandex||150cm|
|Batyst||77||100% bawełny PIMA||133cm|
|Kanwy||260||100% bawełny PIMA||150cm|
|Wiskoza||76||100% bawełny PIMA||145cm|
|Denim||127||100% bawełny PIMA||148cm|