Monster Lab Fabric by Studio e

Monster Lab Patches

Fabric Name- Monster Lab Patches by Dana Saulnier of the Patterned Peacock for Studio e Fabrics

Material- 100% cotton fabric

Background color- White

Theme- Science and Monsters

Description:

Five colorful monsters are busy doing science experiments in this fun design. Two monsters are wearing lab coats, one has a pocket protector! Another monster is taking notes on a clip board. One is holding a flask, while the final monster wears safety goggles. The words Theory, Experiment and Molecule are scattered throughout the pattern. A flask being heated by a Bunsen burner, a microscope, test tubes in a rack, and a row of beakers and flasks are also featured.

I hope you enjoy this adorable science fabric. Check out the bag I made with it here.

Science is fun!

Medical Laboratory Professionals Week

Monster Lab DNA

April 21-27, 2019 is Medical Laboratory Professionals Week.

So in honor of Lab Week, I thought I’d share this science fabric by Studio e. It’s called Monster Lab DNA by Dana Saulnier of The Patterned Peacock. There are cells, strands of DNA, tubes of DNA, and atomic rings. The words Scientist, Genes, Atom, DNA, Nucleus and Molecules are scattered throughout the pattern. If you look closely at the background, you can see X’s, which are chromosomes. I think this pattern is very fitting for a medical laboratory.

Check out the bag I made with this fabric here.

Happy Lab Week to all the Medical Laboratory Professionals out there!

Some Bunny Loves You Easter Fabric

Benartex Some Bunny Loves You

Enjoy your Easter weekend with this adorable fabric!

Fabric Name- Some Bunny Loves You Bunny Baskets by Kanvas Studios for Benartex Fabrics

Material- 100% cotton fabric

Background color- White

Theme- Easter, Spring

Description:

Adorable bunnies are sitting in baskets decorated with beautiful flowers while small birds are perched on top of colorful Easter eggs.

Check out the goody bag I made with this fabric here.

Happy Easter everyone!

 

Autism Awareness Day 2019

April 2nd is World Autism Awareness Day. Having a young child, my family has come across many children on the Autism Spectrum in our school system. Everything from children needing to be tube fed and wheelchair bound, to those that have sensory sensitivities, to those that are absolutely brilliant. Some can hardly speak, while others are reading Shakespeare at 6 years old. We have witnessed the entire spectrum in our very small corner of the world.

I don’t pretend to know so much about Autism. I try to be supportive and understanding of the children and their parents. I know that every day can be struggle. We all need to be a little less judgmental, and a little more patient.

Be kind, everyone. Please enjoy this blue puzzle piece fabric in honor of World Autism Awareness Day, 2019.

Blue Puzzle Pieces

 

Happy Spring!

DearStellaSpringTheory

 

Happy Spring!! I hope the sunshine and mild temperatures of spring reach you soon! It has been a long winter.

Enjoy this beautiful floral fabric while you’re waiting for the flowers to bloom where you are.

Fabric Name-  Spring Theory by August Wren for Dear Stella fabrics

Material- 100% cotton fabric

Background color- White

Theme- Floral

Description:

A beautiful collection of springtime flowers in a rainbow of colors.

Take a look at the bag I made with this fabric here. It would be perfect for mom on Mother’s Day!

Carrot Patch Bunnies

StudioE Carrot Patch

March is here and it’s time to get ready for Easter!

Fabric Name- Carrot Patch Bunnies by Sharla Fults for Studio E Fabrics.

Material- 100% cotton fabric

Background color- Multi

Theme- Easter, Spring, Bunnies

Description:

Adorable bunnies are dressed in their gardening clothes collecting carrots. A cute girl bunny is wearing a dress and a hat while playing with a bird. A boy bunny is dressed in overalls with pockets stuffed with carrots. Another bunny is juggling Easter eggs. The pattern has colorful birds, butterflies, flowers and Easter eggs scattered in between the rabbits.

This fabric would be great to use for a children’s Easter celebration. It would make an adorable skirt or dress. Check out the bag I made to use for an Easter egg hunt, a small purse for a little girl, or a gift for Easter.

What will you make with this fabric?

Northcott Big Bang Fabric

I am so excited about this new science and math fabric from Northcott Studio!

Northcott Big Bang Main

Fabric Name- Big Bang (Main Design)- by Deborah Edwards for Northcott Studio

Material- 100% cotton fabric

Background color- Navy Blue

Theme- Science and Math

Description:

Big Bang is packed with colorful science and math icons on a navy blue background. It covers chemistry, physics, biology and math in a fun and educational way. This fabric would be great in a science classroom. Take a look at all the great things in this design:

“Mathematics- the study of numbers, structure, space and change”. The math icons include a ruler, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division signs, a set square (triangle ruler), a sine wave, pie chart, the pi symbol, a square root sign, a triangular prism, cylinder, cube, pencil, X+Y=, 90° and the word Equations.

“Physics- the study of matter, energy and the interaction between them.” The words Einstein, Electricity and Magnetism are featured here. There is a light bulb and a horseshoe shaped magnet with waves above it. The VIR triangle is for Ohm’s Law: Voltage = Current x Resistance. A small white notebook shows the equations E = mc² and V = I x R.

“Biology- the study of life and living organisms.” Biology is represented by a microscope and a leaf.

“Chemistry- the study of properties of, and interactions between, matter and energy.” The elements Magnesium, Helium, Carbon and Oxygen are displayed in hexagons. There is a ring stand holding a flask over a Bunsen burner, a round bottom flask with a green liquid, a test tube rack holding tubes of various color liquids, and single test tubes with bubbling green liquid. There are several ball and stick molecules, beakers and atomic rings. The beaker has the word Beaker over it. Carbon dioxide and water are written here as CO² and H²O. They should be written as CO2 and H2O. Finally, the words Chemical Bonds are written in cursive.

A few things didn’t fit into a particular category: a stack of books and the words Science, Discover, Learn and Experiment.

This fabric is great! It is so colorful and fun, and educational at the same time. Check out the bag I made with this fabric here.

Science is fun! Get out there and discover, learn and experiment!