One of the most influential up-and-comers in the modern quilting world today, Brenda Ratliff prides herself on the business of being creative. Wearing many hats, a successful fabric shop owner, ...
Lynette Anderson has cultivated a worldwide following unparalleled by any other designer in the quilting industry. Whether you are a lover of embellishing, stitchery, patchwork design, quilting ...
Founder and owner of Indygo Junction and AmyBarickman LLC, Amy Barickman is a creative leader in the fabric arts industry. In 1990, Amy founded Indygo Junction, a sewing pattern and b...
One of the pioneering women of quilting, Jinny Beyer was the first designers to create a line of fabric exclusively for quilters. She alone is responsible for setting the industry standard for q...
Marianne Elizabeth has been designing fabric for over a decade. She also runs a successful pattern company and online quilt store, Classically Home. Marianne is known for beautiful,...
Though you wouldn't expect it from the fun, quirky illustrations she is known for, Sue Marsh possesses a background in software engineering. This highly technical background provided her with th...
As a textile designer, Mary McGuire combines her love of pattern, color and texture, to create fresh, innovative, modern fabrics for quilters. Her stylish collections offer versatility with endl...
Dan Morris grew up in Carmel, New York an hour north of New York City. At age 11, he began studying art under sculptor, Paul Rudin. Dan continued his art study throughout high school and later a...
Quilter, designer, author, teacher, and mother, Robyn Pandolph came to the quilting world in a modest way. Like many of us, she grew up with a mother and grandmother who quilted and sewed, and s...
Designer Yuko Hasegawa knows the importance visual communication. As an editorial illustrator with the Los Angeles Times, it was her job to create pictures that were literally "worth a thousand ...
Pattern and fabric designer Audrey Wright offers a new twist on traditional living, creating classic fabric designs with a modern touch. "In designing collections, I start with colors. Blending ...
One of the most beloved and influential faces in quilting today, Alex Anderson made her debut on the international quilting scene as the host of HGTV's long running series, Simply Quilts. With m...
A renaissance man by the very definition, Patrick Lose has spent his entire professional career being creative in one medium or another. An accomplished actor, singer, artist, illustrator, award...
Rachael began sewing at a young age under the capable guidance of her mother Christine. She first started designing quilts while working as a Pediatric physical therapist, and joined with Christ...
Christine's earliest memories are of sitting at an old singer sewing machine under the guidance of her mother, stitching together patchwork squares. She met her husband David at high school and ...
One Room Schoolhouse
Spring Fly Away
9 Patch Dazzle by Catherine Wilson
A Changing Season Colorway 1
A Changing Season Colorway 2
A Few of My Favorite Things
A Garden Scrapbook by Pine Tree Country Quilts features Pressed Flowers
A Gingerbread Christmas by SunFlower Quilts
A is for Annabelle Alphabet Book by Margrit Hall features "A" is for Annabelle
Welcome to my World
by Sue Marsh Collection: Milk & Honey Hydrangeas
by Patrick Lose Collection: Jungle Things
Baltimore Christmas Laser Cut Kits
by Pearl Pereira Collection: Home Essentials
by Lynette Anderson Collection: Serene Garden
Solid Foundation by Christine Stainbrook
Solid Foundation by Christine Stainbrook
Postage Plus Color Option
Every Little Bit
Chilly WIlly Flat
Odds & Ends
Collection: Faded Splendor
Four Corners 4 Patch
Four Corners 4 Patch Flat
About RJR Fabrics
For 40 years, RJR has been dedicated to the art and craft of making the highest quality fabrics for the quilting industry. We make fabric so you can make quilts for the people you love. We are a family-run company, and there is care in every step of our process, from the design and manufacturing to our workers who lovingly place the fabric inside the boxes that end up at your local quilt shop and in your hands. Designed with a square frame that is reminiscent of the shape and border of a cherished quilt and painted with bold colors, our logo communicates the love and the passion we have for quilting. Our tagline #quiltwithlove speaks to the personal connection that quilting brings to all of us. We invite you to share your quilt with love story. We want to know how the quilts you make touch the lives of the people around you.