Last week in the newsletter we featured the super cute NEW collection called City Streets by Jamie Wood, an adorable line of fabrics made just for the little fellas in your life! Well, we were delightfully suprised to learn that Jamie not only gets the Cabbage Rose newsletter but she actually calls Stephenville, Texas home and Cabbage Rose just happens to be her favorite quilt shop to visit when she comes to Fort Worth! How small is the world, right?? We were so tickled to find all this out, that we just had to share a little bit about her and obviously show off her new collection a little bit more!!
Jamie has been an artist from the time she could hold a pencil. When asked what she wanted to be when she grew up, the answer was always ‘An Artist!’. She lives in Stephenville with her husband and two rambunctious boys on their family farm. Jamie is thrilled to be designing fabric and raising two boys while living in the country provide endless inspiration! Designing boy-friendly collections is something that Jamie is passionate about, and with so few options for boys out there, its truly awesome when designers focus on creating for them! And she obviously LOVES making things for her boys!
Her passion is totally evident by all the fun colors and adorable cars, trucks and city scapes in this collection! She definitely understands what boys like to look at and how to coordinate in a way that is both boy and mom friendly! City Streets is perfect for baby quilts, bedroom decor like curtains, throw pillows and bedding, or a just a fun pair of pj pants for a your little car//truck lover! Jamie just recently did a bedroom re-do for her little ones with her last collection and it turned out super sweet! Be sure to check it out here for inspiration!!!
Also, Jamie designed an awesome and FREE quilt pattern just for this collection which you can download here! Make this sweet quilt and you're well on your way to your own bedroom redo! Would make a super sweet birthday present or baby shower gift! Finished Size: 52" x 60"
If you want to keep up with Jamie (and their new family chicken flock) then follow her blog, Wake Up Susie!