Lysa Flower will meet you down at the roller rink with her retro-turned-modern, versatile collection, “Let the Good Times Roll”! Lace up your skates, turn up the boombox and get ready to sew your heart out! Make the cutest dresses and snazziest skirts to pop on with your old (or new!) skates. Sew Lysa’s own cassette tape zippy pouch pattern, or some puffy pillows, or a boombox bag (to hold all your favorite sewing tools)! Then either fussy cut, paper piece OR straight up make a quilt for those you love most!
This Flat Fat Stack contains 12 pieces of 18x21" fabric from Let The Good Times Roll by Lysa Flower. SKUs included are:
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We're so excited to introduce you to the Flat Fat Stack, a revolutionary approach to the typical fat quarter bundle. All of the prints in the bundle you ordered are provided on a single sheet of fabric. By changing the way we process our pre-cuts, we're committing to more sustainable production practices, and offering makers unique opportunities to experiment and expand their creative practice.
When you order fat quarters from us, you will receive the new Flat Fat Stack!
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Item #: 120FQLGTR
Contents: 100% Cotton
Fabric Weight: Lightweight
Number of Pieces: 12
Cut Size: 18" x 21"
Washing instructions: Machine wash cold, delicate, tumble dry low. Do not bleach.
Designer: Lysa Flower
Brand: PBS Fabrics
Lysa Flower grew up in the 80's, where she fell deeply, madly in love with pop culture. She also grew up among makers, collectors and by necessity inventors. Inevitably Lysa (pronounced Lisa) also became a designer, maker and if we're really honest, a collector of all things retro. It was only a matter of time before she started drawing, painting, printing and inventing her own modern sewing and surface pattern designs. Forever curious, and genetically a DIY-er, she's always itching to learn something new. Throughout her work she uses cheeky cheerfulness, with bright, graphic, optimistic colors... which might explain why if she had to be a print, she'd be a polka dot (since dots are unassuming and polkas are outrageously fun)!