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Gingham Fields by My Mind's Eye


If you're a fan of bright, cheerful patterns, then you're sure to fall in love with the Gingham Fields fabric designed by My Mind's Eye for Riley Blake. This delightful fabric features a charming gingham pattern in a variety of playful colors, making it perfect for a wide range of sewing and crafting projects.

One of the things I love about this fabric is its versatility. The gingham pattern is a classic design that never goes out of style, and the range of colors available in the Gingham Fields collection means that there's something to suit every taste and project. Whether you're making a quilt, a dress, or a set of kitchen towels, this fabric is sure to add a touch of whimsy and charm.

Another thing that sets this fabric apart is its quality. Riley Blake is known for producing high-quality fabrics that are a pleasure to work with, and the Gingham Fields collection is no exception. The fabric has a nice weight to it, making it easy to handle and sew, and the colors are bright and vibrant, adding a pop of color to any project.

I also appreciate the fact that this fabric is 100% cotton, which makes it breathable and easy to care for. It's also pre-shrunk, so you don't have to worry about it shrinking or warping in the wash.

One of my favorite ways to use this fabric is to mix and match the different colors to create a fun, scrappy look. Because the gingham pattern is consistent across all the colors in the collection, you can mix and match to your heart's content and still end up with a cohesive, polished look.


Overall, I can't recommend the Gingham Fields fabric collection enough. It's a fun, versatile fabric that is sure to add a touch of whimsy to any sewing or crafting project. Whether you're a seasoned sewist or just starting out, this fabric is a joy to work with and will bring a smile to your face every time you use it

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