Is Free Spirit Fabrics still in business?

Is Free Spirit Fabrics still in business?

Free Spirit Fabrics will be shut down by parent company Coats.

Who bought Free Spirit Fabrics?

Jaftex Corporation
FreeSpirit purchased by Jaftex Corporation, producers of Henry Glass Fabrics. FreeSpirit will continue under the Jaftex Corporation umbrella, which also produces Henry Glass Fabrics, Studioe Fabrics, The Blank Quilting Corp., Fabric Editions and A.E. Nathan Co., Inc.

Where is Kona cotton fabric made?

“Our fabric is made at what we think is the best print making facility in Japan, which is the best in the world for print making, for silk screening on cotton.”

Why did Amy Butler stop designing fabric?

She goes on to say that she’s had to grapple with letting go of designing fabric, something she truly loves, as well as fears of financial insecurity. This has meant working to redefine what success as an artist truly means.

What happened to blend fabrics?

Today, the Jaftex Corporation announced an agreement in principle to acquire the assets of Blend Fabrics LLC, a licensing division of Anna Griffin Inc. and FreeSpirit Fabrics which was acquired in 2018.

Who manufactures Kona Cotton?

Robert Kaufman Fabrics
Robert Kaufman Fabrics: Kona® Cotton: Cotton Quilting Fabric.

Who makes Kona cotton fabric?

Kona Solids by Robert Kaufman Fabrics is the solid fabric that sets the standard!

What company manufactures Tula Pink?

FreeSpirit Fabrics
Tula Pink | FreeSpirit Fabrics.

Where is Tula Pink from?

Tula Pink; An illustrator, fabric designer, a quilter, and an author. Tula graduated from Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles, CA. Now located in a small mid-western town outside of Kansas City, MO, Tula’s main goal in life is fabric design. She lives for it and we are glad she does!

Who bought blend fabrics?

Jaftex Corporation Acquires The Assets Of Blend Fabrics LLC Nathan Co., Inc. and FreeSpirit Fabrics which was acquired in 2018.

What are the drawbacks of using a fabric that is a blend?

The yarns can be blended with other fibers to make various blended fabrics. ADVANTAGES: Is environmentally friendly, more absorbent than cotton, and can withstand high temperatures. DISADVANTAGES: Wrinkles easily, is prone to shrinking, and the fabric fades in the sun exposure.