1,683 plaid quilt fabric Products
This Patchwork Plaid features shades of navy, orange and greens on a white background. Reminiscent of your favorite quilt, it's the perfect companion fabric with our Coastal Bottle caps.
Inspired by my favorite Barbour Field jacket, this plaid fabric by Ralph Lauren would be lovely in the family den.
Raleigh Ikat Plaid
This is a Burberry-style fabric to drape around the bottom of a Burberry-inspired tree as the tree skirt. It's under $6 per yard at Fabric.com. Or you can use your own Burberry throw or trench as the tree skirt. Work with me here!
The gingham plaid with various lavender tones and subtle touches of yellow is amazing. I would use this for a duvet cover and maybe a bedskirt, and then pull out the yellow in accent pillows.
Ellis Plaid 1011 Fabric
Now this is clever (and gorgeous!) — it’s a buffalo check with an ikat quality to it. Two of my favorite patterns mixed and rendered in a pretty, deep eggplant.
Give your baby rockstar dreams with this musical bedding set. Let them rock out with the pattern of guitars, spatter paint and musical notes in playful colors of brown, blue, orange and tan. Cotton and Sherpa fleece give your little one a soft landing when they're tired from a day of being a baby...
Chinoiserie prints are a personal obsession, and this fabric has a quilted texture that makes it unique among silhouette prints.
Sweet dreams are made of this. You will want to slip right under the dreamy folds of this exquisitely detailed, antique-inspired coverlet. A scalloped edge, delicate hand-stitched flowers and soft white fabric will keep you dreaming with no need to count sheep.
Laura King Quilt
The embroidery on this quilt is so lovingly detailed, you’ll swear it’s a handmade heirloom. Voluptuous florals and beguiling borders are rendered in cotton percale, for a look that’s vintage inspired but conveniently machine washable, for years of snuggable comfort.
This timeless quilt is sweet, supple and soft as a cloud. Hand stitching gives the cotton fabric its noteworthy texture, while ribbed edges provide a stylish drape that always looks good — even if the bed’s not made. Whether you mix it with patterns and colors, or go all white, this...
Bright colors like orange and fuchsia belong together, and here they're perfectly matched with a touch of turquoise. This looks like the kind of quilt that would instantly turn into a family favorite.
The colors in this quilt are so vibrant and lively. It would surely steal the show on your bed or sofa. All that beautiful stitch work deserves to take center stage where ever it's used.
Even if you're typically a white bed set kind of sleeper, this unique color combination just might have you intrigued. Go the easy route and use it for a kid's room, or get brazen and fold one up at the foot of a grown-up bed.
A beautiful plaid fabric with soft tones could almost be a neutral. I’d love to see it on a sofa with a couple of fuchsia throw pillows.
This Greek-inspired print is on a quilting-weight cotton, which would be the perfect weight for napkins, curtains or faux wallpaper. If you live in a space with boring white walls, this would certainly add a lot more spice to the mix.
Tiles in White
Sarah Jane is such a talented artist who creates the most whimsical fabrics that capture the essence of childhood. I love the sweet details in this one. Her fabrics usually come in quilt weight, so they are better for smaller projects or maybe curtains, but not so much for something like upholstery.
A sophisticated "all over" stripe from John Rosselli. So many wonderfully understated colors here. What beautiful and striking curtains this would make!
I have a sewing machine. I haven't used it yet, but maybe I'm just waiting on the right kind of fabric, like this chevron print with swallows on it. It's so fun! I would love to make throw pillows for my living room out of this fabric.
This fabric invites all the creatures of the forest to the party! The owls, raccoons, deer, and other animals and insects set the tone for a lively baby girl's nursery. I love the stylized trees in some of the blocks and might use them as inspiration for a woodland mural on one wall. The simple...
In a cheery yellow, this suzani is affordable. It would be fabulous as a Roman shade in a kitchen window.
This fabric is covered in a map of London's subway system (the "Tube"), and the bright colors would intrigue a little one. Turn it into a bold Roman shade or a colorful crib skirt, or frame a swatch to hang on the wall.
If you are at all crafty, pick up some faux bois fabric and whip up something custom for your home. My favorite pattern is this one from Joel Dewberry. There are a wide variety of colors, but most of them are out of print, so you may need to do a little digging to find the color you're looking for.
Spoonflower has a pretty big selection of Minecraft-inspired fabric. I'm sure someone is whipping up some pixelated curtains or a comforter right now.
Minecraft Creeper Fabric
Sassari Ikat is a classic, and I treat it as a neutral. This marigold pattern can really stand next to many colors and patterns and be a grounding element.
These large batik owls would be a dark and cozy addition to a special nursery. I would reserve them as an accent, as a large installation might be a bit too spooky.
Full Bloom, Orange
I like to try to mix in a little structure when gathering fabrics. This Mountains print is a great small-scale pattern.
Cheer up you sofa with a throw pillow in this fabric, or perhaps you'll chose it for a crib bumper. These happy polka dots will brighten up any room in your home.
Balloons! This is so stinkin' cute, and the pinks mixed with aqua create such a fresh color palette.
Cabin fever? Cure it with this bold and beautiful pillowcase. The plaid casing is trimmed with corded piping and horn button closures, evoking rustic mountain hideaways. Place a pair on the bed and bring a touch of country charm to any room.
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