Woodland Hollow Block of the Month - Registration Fee
Introducing McKenna Ryan’s newest sweet faced, furry, feathered and fun forest friends. This collection is laser cut from her latest and simply stunning line of digital prints and batiks, making your piece a breeze to complete. McKenna has designed this program with two different options. Each block can be mounted as wall art on a 14” x 14 3/4” canvas or, it can also be made into a quilt with five blocks and additional finishing fabrics – you choose.
You can also choose to order individual kits which include all background and applique fabric to complete your block.
Quilt finishing kit is sold separately.
Finished Size 48 1/2" x 59 1/2"
MONTHS 1 – 6 $71.99 per month
Individual Laser Kits: Fox $64.99 Bunny $67.99 Owl $64.99 Hedgehog $74.99 Deer $59.99 Racoon $114.99
Quilt finishing Kit $108.99
Hoffman Fabrics, long known for its unparalleled batiks, is now the premier provider of digital fabrics. The electronic world has reached fabric manufacturing, and for a myriad of reasons. Digital fabrics, when properly prepared, do not shrink, fade, or bleed. Printing digitally is perfectly suited for complex, detailed, artistic designs that cannot be produced with traditional screen print methods. Not only are there infinite color possibilities, colors can be layered and textured as never before. With a maximum fabric repeat of more than two feet (versus traditional screen prints limited at 24" maximum repeat), Hoffman and McKenna Ryan have the capabilities to engineer larger designs and tailor the fabrics to McKenna's exacting specifications.
As always, Hoffman is the leader in quality using only the highest quality base cloth as well as superior dyes. They source their dyes from the top two reactive dye companies in Switzerland. These dyes penetrate through the organic material, reacting to the heat to ensure that they are colorfast and that the fabric is ready for your creativity
Costs Because of the technology required to produce the finest digital fabric, production costs are greater. These costs translate into a slightly higher price per yard. The benefits can be easily justified, given the qualities of durability and design.