Carnivale Fabric Samples

Since QT Fabrics released my Carnivale Fabric collection I have been totally amazed by the products that people are making from the fabric.  I have seen quilts, table runners, a window valence and tons of great bags.  I just received a photo of a chair covered in the Carnivale fabric that is absolutely stunning!  If you missed them, I have been posting the photos on my Facebook page if you want head over there and take a look at them there.

Recently my mother-in-law, Jan made several products for me from the fabric.  This past weekend I was finally able to see them and I thought I would take this opportunity to share them with you.

The first product is a set of four placemats with a larger center mat.

The front is created from the paisley design and the multicolor bubble design.  The backside is the border with black background design. 

The next product is a bag.

 

The outside of the bag is the main Carnivale fabric and the multicolor bubble with black background design.  The separation between the two fabrics is a large pocket.

Inside the bag are lots of little pockets. 

The inside and all the pockets are made from the multi-color bubble with white background designs.

This bag is going be great for when I travel.  I am going to have lots of room to carry all those things that I think I just absolutely must take with me.

Jan also made me a second bag.  When I go anywhere I always take with me a book bag.  This bag needed to be a taller bag so I can carry my sketch book along with my other notebooks and books that I work with.

Image: Book Bag Outside

This bag may not mean much to anybody else, but to me it is super special!  This has strips of all the fabrics that are in the Carnivale Fabric Line.  Then the best part is what is in-between the stripes of fabric, it is the salvage of the fabric.  Now the salvage may not seem like a big deal to most people, but the salvage is where my name is.

Image: Closeup of Carnivale Fabric Salvage

After years and years of hard work, this is my first fabric line and to see my name printed on the fabric is truly a dream come true! Image: Inside of Carnivale Book Bag

The inside of the bag is also the multi-color white dot design.

I want to thank everyone that has sent me photos of the products that you have made.  I have truly enjoy seeing each and everyone of them and I am not happy to share my own photos with you!

 

 

4 thoughts on “Carnivale Fabric Samples”

  1. Cathie Scanlon

    Love your fabric! I didn’t realize that you did fabric too. I’ve seen your fabric at Karen’s Quilt Shop in Sequim, WA , but didn’t put 2 and 2 together that you were THAT Debi Payne! I look forward to your next line!

  2. Sheryl Wright

    I own a small quilt shop (The Selvage Yard) and your Carnivale line is my all-time favorite fabric collection in my shop. It appears to be my customers’ favorite, too, as it sold out pretty quickly! I was (sort of) sad to see it disappear, but I made a pillowcase and a bag to continue enjoying the fabulousness of it all, lol.

    1. Thank you Sheryl! I know what you mean, I was sad to see it disappear too. But the good news is that I have another line coming out the first of January. We are in the design phase right now, but I think it is going to be another great line!

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