Cloud fabric list

Back of the Cloud Quilt
As of last Sunday evening, my Cloud Quilt is finished!! Yay! I am so happy with it. So so happy.

I went out and took some pictures of it today, you know all quilt blogger-artsy with the quilt hung between trees because that is usually where you find quilts. ;-) I’ll share some of those soon! Just have to look through ’em first.

In case you want to add some clouds to your own projects, I’ve put together a wee list of the fabrics I used. This is the first quilt I’ve made where I can really tell you what I used. Other quilts have been a collection of random fabrics in my stash. But obviously, since these fabrics are all clouds, it made sense to know what I was looking for and write down names and stuff.

Of course, I keep seeing new cloud fabric designs that I love so maybe one day I’ll make another cloud quilt. Because I love clouds and quilts. :-)

Anyway, so here is the list. I think I’ve remembered them all.

Free As A Bird in the colours: Dark Red, Pollen and Blue Moon from the Up, Up & Away collection by Skinny Laminx for Cloud9 Fabrics.

Cloudspotting from the Up, Up & Away collection by Skinny Laminx for Cloud9 Fabrics.

Passing Clouds in the colours: Gold and Blue from the Bark & Branch collection by Eloise Renouf for Cloud9 Fabrics.

Clouds from the Petite Street collection by Wendy Kendall for Dashwood Studios.

Clouds by Cosmo Tex.

My own designs:
Happy Clouds
Clouds on Green
Happy blue clouds
Sketch Cloud Fat Quarter Cheater

Sky from the Landscapes collection by Makower.

Silver Lining Clouds, Sunnyside Collection by Kate Spain for Moda Fabrics.

Clouds in aqua from the Storybook collection by Kate and Birdie for Moda Fabrics.

Japanese fabric with Birds and Clouds, in pink and blue from the Hey Day Shop.

Some fabrics from Denmark – the aqua and coral ones with raindrops.

Disclosure, yo! I’ve not been asked by anybody to mention these fabrics. I do get a small percentage of sales of my own Spoonflower designs, though. :-)

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