A bit about our fabric:
We design 2-3 new fabric collections each year for MODA fabrics. We are currently working on our 42nd collection! Below you will find links to pdfs of all the collections we have designed over the years, starting back in 2004 with our first line, Buttercream & Figs. I know that some of you remember that line and hoard little pieces of it in your stash!
We provided these pages for you as a resource and inspiration so that you can see all of the designs we have ever put out there! Even though many of these collections have long since gone out of print, sometimes knowing the name or the SKU number might help you find a hard-to-find fabric in your store travels or online searches.
Each title below will link to a pdf of that collection so that you can see the entire group and often the patterns that were released alongside that group.
Where can I find Fig Tree Fabric Collections?
We recommend that you contact your local quilt shop, specialty fabric shop, or online fabric store for the availability of our latest lines. In fact sometimes it is the call or request of a customer that might introduce our fabrics to a store that was not previously familiar with our collections.
In our shop here, we sell bundles and kits as well as offer PRE ORDERS for many of our latest collections at the time of their release so that we can make them available to anyone & everyone who is a Fig Tree fan.
We do not generally sell yardage of our fabrics on our website directly [although we do carry a small array of our favorite solid and other fabrics that coordinate with our collections] but you can always contact us with your questions. MODA works with hundreds of stores to make sure that our fabrics are well distributed and available anywhere where designer fabrics are sold. To find a store near you that carries MODA fabrics, please go to the United Notions website and check their store locator.
To see any of our complete fabric lines, click on the desired image below. It might take a few minutes for all the swatches to load to your computer. Good things come to those who wait!