Masha = Watercolor Mischief

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fun with Masha fabric

Chances are you probably heard that we’ve been making #watercolormischief in fiber form with the fabulous Seattle-based Clothworks, who focus on premium quality quilting cotton fabrics masterfully printed in Europe. Look for them in independent quilt and fabric shops all over the United States and internationally. This week we thought we’d highlight the creativity of some of our awesome fabric customers. There are few things as exciting or gratifying as seeing your artwork take on another form and a whole new life. Sew… let’s check out fun with Masha fabric!

This lovely throw pillow was made in the Check Republic using our doodle pattern, found here.

What a sweet mix of patterns using our princesses from the Bloom collection! This cheery cuteness is made to order here.

Just in time for Valentine’s Day here’s a heartful dress for your little one from our Cherie collection.

Red hot heart-burst dress for your cutie on Etsy!

Glimpses of amazing quilts made from our romantic Cherie collection.

Toddler! Let your hair down and dance with our dancing figures jazzing up this adorably simple pillow dress!

This little dress is composed of our Forest Wonder patterns.

Read how our Celebration fabrics inspired this creation.

Masha D'yans fabric
This rad holiday quilt of our Santa’s Whimsy collection is found on Etsy.

This charming doll is not made from our fabrics but is inspired by Ruby from Masha’s pop-up picture book Razzle-Dazzle Ruby. Yes please!

And… if you’re on the lookout for some #watercolormischief for grown-ups, like these Love Surrounds pieces, don’t forget our new clothing line.

We hope this post gives you a few project ideas. But have we missed any good ones? Please email or FB pics of your DIY work past and future or the neat Masha things you found out in the world. You can also tag us on Insta or tweet us at @mashadyans. Happy crafting!