Victoria’s Fabric Sneak-Peek!


We’re thrilled to have Victoria Findlay Wolfe as a part of our designer community, especially with the upcoming release of her second collection for Studio 37 Fabrics.  It’s called  MEADOW STORM.  Look for it online May 1, and in quilt shops in August…for now, here’s a quick sneak-peek:













She says, “For MEADOW STORM, I included my typical mix of interesting modern and eclectic prints…fabrics that can do some of the work for you.  I love the large stripes that can be fussy cut for dramatic modern looks.  Sun Shower polka dots in four colors, because I can’t make a quilt without a dot!  I added in the bold black and white Manor Stripe, after many requests from my last line, MOSTLY MANOR.  I look forward to using it with the more saturated color prints, like Misty and the main floral, Perennial, to add instant movement to even simple blocks.”     — Victoria

ALSO, In Case You Missed It: Here’s the link to Victoria Findlay Wolfe’s recent chat with Pat Sloan on American Patchwork & Quilting Radio!  She discusses a bit of her quilt design process, her fabric design inspiration, and that great article in APQ’s April issue!


APQ Features Two Studio 37 Designers!

APQApr16CoverAs the Marcus crew travel to Pasadena for QuiltCon, we continue our show coverage with editorial excitement from American Patchwork & Quilting magazine —  their APRIL 2016 issue features the unique talents of TWO of our Studio 37 Fabrics designers, Victoria Findlay Wolfe and Sarah Maxwell.  And both will be in attendance at the show!


VictoriaHeadshotGreyAPQ highlights Victoria, her NYC studio and her design inspirations, along with instructions for her “Home Stretch” quilt design shown below…You’ll find MOSTLY MANOR, her debut collection for Marcus, in quilts hops now!


In the same issue, Sarah uses her COZIES FLANNEL collection to create a “double-quilt” design called “On the Rails” – you’ll love her clever use of a neutral base quilt, sparked by a colorful seasonal topper.












See these projects, as well as other featured projects from this issue, here:   The issue is on newsstands now throu April 5!

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QuiltCon UPDATE: Join Victoria in Quilting for ALS!

VictoriaALSBlocksQCHey QuiltCon attendees:  What could be better than free fabric attached to a worthy cause?? Check out our Charity Make-n-Take in Booth # 630 for your FREE quilt block kit — it’s your chance to join Victoria Findlay Wolfe in a bit of creativity, and to help those with ALS…

VictoriaHeadshot&LogoCreate a simple Drunkard’s Path block with the MOSTLY MANOR stripes and prints, and two-piece template, then hand-stitch the easy 1-seam block and return it to our booth during QuiltCon. Victoria will combine your block with the others to create a beautiful fundraiser quilt, which she’s chosen to donate the Hopes & Dreams Quilt Challenge to benefit ALS… It’s THAT simple!

Spearheaded by Quilters Dream Batting, the Hopes & Dreams Quilt Challenge accomplishes three important goals:

  • To raise awareness of ALS-Lou Gehrig’s Disease.
  • To provide quilts, bringing recognition, hope, and warmth to the lives of ALS patients.
  • To raise funds for research for treatment and a cure

We applaud and acknowledge Quilters Dream Batting for its continued commitment to the cause, and are proud to assist in its efforts. And we look forward to seeing you in Pasadena, CA from  February 18-21, 2016. Learn more about QuiltCon.

(PLEASE NOTE: Our Make-n-Take with Victoria is open to QuiltCon attendees only, but we encourage others to also get involved in the ongoing Challenge directly through Quilters Dream.)

Let’s Meet at QuiltCon!

We’re thrilled to return to QuiltCon as a sponsor in February 2016, and right now, we’re putting a few finishing touches on some amazing Studio 37 Fabrics events and promotions! Presented by the Modern Quilt Guild, QuiltCon is the largest modern quilting  show of its kind, and its popularity grows each year.

Victoria&QuiltThis time, it takes place in sunny Pasadena, CA, and highlights include two workshops and a lecture by sewlebrity designer Victoria Findlay Wolfe.  You’re sure to find Victoria’s new collection, MOSTLY MANOR and your other favorite Studio 37 collections among the QuiltCon vendors, too!

Are YOU planning to attend?  Stay tuned for more details…

#MarcusMarketMania – Take a “Look”

Looking for fresh, contemporary inspiration for your quilt projects? Take a look at MOSTLY MANOR by Victoria Findlay Wolfe, REVVED UP RETRO by Sarah Maxwell, and ON PLUMBERRY LANE by Nancy Rink.
Click on the LookBook cover images below to learn the stories behind these featured collections from Studio 37 Fabrics.
  LookMostly        LookRevved  LookPlumb
Quilt Market attendees: Visit us in Booth 1022

See Victoria’s Quilts at Schweinfurth, and More!


We’re sew proud of the newest member of the Marcus design team!  Victoria Findlay Wolfe’s latest exhibit of Double Wedding Ring quilts will be on display at Schweinfurth Art Center in Auburn, NY.  The show, Traditions Made Modern, runs October 31, 2015 through January 3, 2016.  Visit Schweinfurth online for more on the exhibit and related workshops.


And as if this news, and the release of her MOSTLY MANOR collection for Studio 37 weren’t enough for Fall 2015, Victoria also shared:  “I am also having a special exhibit of Double Wedding Rings at Quilt Festival in Houston this year!  Be sure to come by and see 16 of my double wedding ring quilts, along with some fabulous antique DWR quilts and wedding dresses as well!” (Lecture schedule TBA)

View the entire MOSTLY MANOR collection online beginning October 15!

Congratulations, Victoria!

Look Who’s Designing for Marcus…

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Victoria Findlay WolfeHere’s a quick sneak peek at MOSTLY MANOR, the debut collection by Victoria Findlay Wolfe for Studio 37!  As you can see already, it’s a gorgeous mix of color and pattern, representing her timeless mix of traditional and contemporary styles.  We’ll unveil the complete collection online next month – for now, read more about Victoria and her design inspiration.

You probably recognize her name from her books, lectures, workshops, TV appearances and more…maybe you’ll even catch her at Quilters Take Manhattan (later this month), Quilt Market in October (trade only) and QuiltCon in 2016.  Visit her online!