Contemporary, Elegant Art Gallery Fabrics, By the Yard and Precuts

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Update: 9-23-22

A strong desire to bring a chic and modern perspective to quilt fabric was the impetus of Pat Bravo and her husband, Walter, to start Art Gallery Fabrics. Since their beginnings in 2004, they have lived up to this ideal. 

'Contemporary elegance' describes their collections. Suitable for quilters who embrace a modern esthetic, these fabrics add a touch of chic sophistication to your quilts.

Art Gallery is mindful of current trends. This is reflected in collections that push the limits on colors and patterns, perhaps even taking a quilter out of her/his quilting comfort level. And we all know we grow when we tread into these areas. 

While you can't tell from the pictures of the collections below, Art Gallery prints their fabrics on 100% premium mercerized cotton with a 205 thread cotton.

Your fingers will tingle with excitement as they caress these luscious fabrics.

Notice the collections tend to have fewer prints in fewer colorways. However, the grouping itself tends to be more diverse and novel than for other manufacturers.

For instance, you won't see one design in 5 different colorways in a particular collection—only once or twice at most.

These are genuinely eclectic fabrics. An absolute delight to work with.

Seasonal Art Gallery Fabrics

To make the list easier to navigate, seasonal Art Gallery fabric is shown on separate pages on this site.

To find them, simply click on the category buttons below.

Browse Art Gallery's heart quilt fabric
Find Art Gallery Christmas fabrics here
Find Art Gallery Halloween fabrics here

Art Gallery Fabrics complimentary downloads

I just love Art Gallery fabrics!

Besides the absolute lusciousness of their fabrics, they do a bang-up job supplying patterns to showcase their lines for you to download for free.

I've corresponded with Art Gallery to confirm that as they are made aware of changes/corrections to these patterns, they make those changes/corrections right in the directions. You don't need to go looking for any 'corrections' page on their website.

Best practices means to download the pattern right before you make it. That gives you the most up-to-date version. 

My advice to you is to write the date right on the download so that you have that information if you have to leave a project and come back to it later much later.

Art Gallery fabric collections

Remember to bookmark this page to keep up with all the new fabrics arriving in quilt shops

The fabrics are arranged in alphabetical order for your convenience.

Be sure to bookmark this page to keep up with the latest arrivals. I add fabrics as they arrive at my affiliates.

If there are free patterns, they're shared here with a link to the download. Commercial patterns that use the Art Gallery fabric collection for the cover quilt are also shown. Clicking on those images takes you to an affiliate site to purchase that pattern.

Fat Quarter Shop does a nice job of bringing together coordinating fabrics from the basic Art Gallery collections. Look for those, too.

Now it's time to kick back and enjoy some fabric drooling and maybe some shopping...if you can't resist. ;)

Are you a seamstress as well as a quilter? Do you love the look of Art Gallery Fabrics and wish you could get more?

Check out all the rayons from Art Gallery here.

All is Well by AGF Studio

Come explore a picturesque meadow with AGF Studio's All. 

This collection is just what you need to add a fresh Springtime flair to your next design. With gorgeous May flowers emerging from the wet kisses of a long downpour, inspiration is sprouting with wild abandon. 

 So go ahead and add some All Is Well fabric to your next project – your creativity will thank you for it!


Find your oasis with Andina by AGF Studios for Art Gallery Fabrics.

Inspired by the rich cultural heritage of South America’s Andes Mountains, these designs feature warm colors and tropical motifs. Explore mountains, valleys and rivers—so many color stories to explore.

Art Gallery 108" Wides by Art Gallery Fabrics

Art Gallery's deliciously fine fabric, now in four new 108" wide widths for backing.

We are sew lucky!

Bookish by Sharon Holland

Bookish is a collection of fabrics, patterns and textures that help you discover the serenity that in habits the library. Earth tones are used for this design with floral designs mixed into it all to make things interesting!

You won’t need your reading glasses for this one.

Boscage by Katarina Roccella

You can feel the air grow hot and humid as you set out to explore Boscage.

The lush rainforest is teeming with life in all its colorful glory, from leopards prowling the jungle to mountain goats on Peaks Island to macaws chirping cheerfully at their flock over by Jaguar Paw Rock Outpost.

A combination of vibrant colors makes this fabric absolutely irresistible!

Capri by Katarina Roccella

Walking through the bustling streets of Capri, you can't help but feel the sense of joy and relaxation in the air. 

The sun-drenched florals and vibrant stripes on these fabrics transport you to a seaside oasis where the cares of the world seem to melt away.

Surrounded by flourishing blooms and stunning ocean views, you'll feel refreshed and invigorated, ready to take on whatever the world has to offer.

Cozy Art Gallery curated by Fat Quarter Shop

This curated FQ bundle available only from Fat Quarter Shop contains warm colored FQs from these previous Art Gallery collections: Wild Forgotten, Gloria, and Twenty

Decostitch Elements by AGF Studio

Bring the magic of hand stitching to your projects with this enchanting fabric collection from Art Gallery Fabrics—designed to go with all your other AG stash.

Tone-on-tones that blend together perfectly, you can add that decorative stitch feel to any patchwork you desire.

And, of course, with Art Gallery there's a stunning free pattern to introduce you to the collection! 

Duality Fusion by AGF Studio for Art Gallery Fabrics

With prints that are both light and dark, soft and bold, delicate and strong, Duality Fusion by Art Gallery Fabrics is bound to attract attention.

Whether you're looking to make a statement with your fabric choice or want something unique to add intrigue, this collection is perfect.

With so many prints in one place, it's a cinch to find the ultimate combination for your next quilt.

Eve by Bari J

These fabrics celebrate the essence of being a woman with their unique designs for quilting projects made especially for modern day heroines everywhere!

They will remind you how beautiful you are on the inside as well as out! 

Fat Quarter Shop offers fat quarter bundles of the 'fierce' or 'tenacious' prints below. Art Gallery Fabrics has created a free pattern called 'Garden of Eden'. Click the images below to view those choices.

Just a quick note...

My girlfriend made the 'Garden of Eden' pattern above and had a dickens of a time getting those seams to match. When we started going through it patch by patch, it turns out she sewed with a bit too much gusto as she was piecing her strip sets. you create yours, check your seam allowance periodically. Adjust as needed before a need arises to rip things out. It's a much more pleasant sewing experience! 

~ Julie

PS In the end her extra word was DEFINITELY worth it! :)

Flight Path by Jessica Swift for Art Gallery Fabrics

Bring your modern quilting to soaring heights with this latest fabric line from Art Gallery Fabrics.

This seamless blend of bold, pop-of-color designs are true to Jessica Swift's iconic aesthetics. Darling swans, rainbows and lilies all hide in these soothing hues created for those on the path of life who fly high above it all!

Check out this trio of complimentary patterns available to download right now to your computer.

Floral Elements by Art Gallery Fabrics

Flaunt your floral style with Art Gallery Fabrics' Floral Elements fabric collection! With blooms that look like they're about to burst open and a range of colors to choose from, these prints will add excitement to any quilt.

From upper left to lower right, the new colors in this ongoing  collection for 2022 are: Chalk, Victorian Brick, Washed Denim, Antique Rose, Storm Winds, Sweet Peach.

Use the link to see all the available colors.

The Season of Tribute: Chapter 2 - Garden of Opulence by Bari J

Looking for the perfect fabric collection to take your quilting skills to the next level?

Look no further than Garden of Opulence from Art Gallery Fabrics. With beautiful painterly florals, stunning peacocks, and buzzing bees, these fabrics have everything you need to create a masterpiece.

Don't, add Garden of Opulence to your stash today!

Gloria by Maureen Cracknell

If you're looking for a delicate warm color palette of fabrics with a touch of nostalgia, look no further than Gloria by Maureen Cracknell for Art Gallery Fabrics. This collection is full of heartwarming images that evoke memories of days gone by.

Bursting with florals that evoke nostalgia, this heart-warming collection is perfect for any project that you're working on.

Allowing your creativity to flourish, this fabric collection is a superb choice for any quilter who desires a lovely and colorful project!

Grow & Harvest by Alexandra Bordallo

Bring the country life to your quilting with this charming collection by Alexandra Bordallo.

With prints of wildflowers, chickens, farmers, and vegetables, you can create a bountiful harvest of projects. 

So gather your fabrics and get growing!

La Vie en Rose by Pat Bravo

Color abounds in the La Vie en Rose collection from Art Gallery Fabrics. Perfect for adding a touch of charm to any project, this selection of pink, cream and yellow hues is sure to please. Cubist portraits, vibrant geometrics, larger-than-life florals, and dainty dots give you plenty of options for expressing your unique vision.

Let the Season of Tribute begin with La Vie en Rose.

Lilliput by Sharon Holland

Lilliput is a land of small things, especially when it comes to fabrics.

Inspired by this idea of big becoming smaller and more humble in nature-the entire collection embodies these themes so well. Images of frogs, foxes, squirrels, and dragonflies; not mention island or tree patterns along with flowers and berries come together on so well.

Nectarine Fusion by AGF Studio for Art Gallery Fabrics

Experience the bliss of summer all season long with Nectarine Fusion by AGF Studio for Art Gallery Fabrics.

This peachy fabric collection features blooming floral prints, geometric arrangements, and soft pastel orange hues that will envelop you in tangerine dreams.

Onwards + Upward by Jessica Swift for Art Gallery Fabrics

Art Gallery's recent fabric release, Angles Onward, and Upward will make the perfect addition to your quilting stash.

The collection features mythological beasts such as the Pegasus, Unicorn, and Phoenix. With a variety of colors and fun prints like Falling Arrows and other fetching Designs, you can unleash your creative side with this new fabric line! 

Periwinkle by AGF Studio

Escape to your own private paradise with this dreamy collection. Dive into the cool comfort of periwinkle and find yourself surrounded by modern florals. Create a delightful decor with this inspiring fabric set.

With Periwinkle by AGF Studio, you can add a touch of floral bliss to your quilts with ease. Soak up the sun and relax in style with this beautiful fabric collection.

Petite Circus by Alexandra Bordallo

The circus has come to town! A lively and vivacious assemblage of multicolored performers, horses, elephants trumpeting drums, gigantic tents, clowns, carousels, and checkerboard patterns are all you need to create a festive atmosphere in your home.

Plaid Of My Dreams by Maureen Cracknell

Plaid Of My Dreams by Maureen Cracknell for Art Gallery FabricsPlaid Of My Dreams
Maureen Cracknell
Art Gallery Fabrics

Plaid Of My Dreams by Maureen Cracknell for Art Gallery Fabrics will bring you back to your childhood with patterns that are familiar and comfortingly nostalgic.

Crossing ribbons of scarlet, slate, mustard and teal, run rampant atop an eggshell canvas—these textures have been waiting for your perfect quilt project.

Pollinate by Jessica Swift

If you're looking for springtime inspiration, then do not miss out on the Pollinate collection by Jessica Swift.

The floral prints in her latest fabric line bring nature into your sewing room through bright colors and beautiful designs. With pieces like Nectar Love with bees buzzing around blossoming flowers or Abundant Meadow among other things - there are so many ways to bring some greenery inside all year long without even leaving home.

Pure Solids Blossoming Edition

This collection of 'pretty in pinks' is available in both half-yard and fat quarter bundles. 

Just in time for Valentine's Day or a new baby girl or the little Princess in your life...

...or simply because YOU'RE worth it! 

For ALL of the Pure Solids Colors available from Art Gallery, click here.

Rain or Shine by Jessica Swift

Bring the sunshine inside with Art Gallery Fabrics' latest collection, Rain or Shine. With charming designs inspired by inclement weather, this collection brightens up any day. Featuring rainbows, rain boots, sunburst, lily pads, froggies, and more, this splish-splash collection has a little something for every quilter. 

So don't let the outside weather ruin your day—let Rain or Shine brighten up your home regardless of the forecast.

Season & Spice by AGF Studio

Add some Season & Spice to your fabric collection with this line of modern quilt fabrics by Art Gallery Fabrics. These prints are perfect for adding a touch of fall cheer all year round. These fabrics are suitable for autumnal projects with oranges, cranberries, and yellows shades.

It's time to gather bunches of flowers, can the seasonal blessings, and decorate your space with these warm prints today!

Shine On by Sharon Holland for Art Gallery Fabrics

Spring is in the air with the new Shine On fabric collection from Art Gallery Fabrics.

This vibrant assortment of quilt fabrics features darling daisies, beautiful blooms, and dreamy paisleys. Soak up the sunshine and enjoy the season of new life with these lovely fabrics.

Tails & Threads by Patty Basemi

Dive into a field of florals with Patty Basemi in this dreamy fabric collection from Art Gallery. With Tails & Threads, you'll find yourself surrounded by playful mice in an open meadow.

The soft colors and light feel of the fabric will keep you relaxed and dreaming all day long as you stitch.

Twenty by Katarina Roccella for Art Gallery Fabrics

Aptly named, Twenty is the 20th fabric collection by Katrine Roccella.

A blender collection filled with warm pinks to oranges and cool teals to grays, with a pair of irresistible backgrounds thrown in for good measure.

Vert Fusion by AGF

Surround yourself in tranquility with the low-volume Vert Fusion collection by AGF. The prints in this collection are full of organic elements, soft sand, and aloe tones that aim to soothe the soul through nature’s natural powers.

Each print in the line has its own unique color and texture. None stands out more than another. The neutral tones in this range pair well with other AGF collections.

AGF has provided a free pattern, Quietude. Click the image to download it now. 

Wild Forgotten by Bonnie Christine for Art Gallery Fabrics

Wild Forgotten is an adventure-filled celebration of nature's beauty, showcasing colorful images of flora and fauna.

Bonnie Christine's art inspires us to take time for ourselves at moments when the hustle and bustle of daily life can feel burdensome.

Willow by Sharon Holland

As the days grow warmer and the sun lingers in the sky a little longer, take a deep breath in and feel the fresh spring breeze.

With Willow by Sharon Holland, you can bring the beauty of the season inside with light florals and foliage in a brisk color palette with mushrooms, tossed vintage keys, and other modern designs.

Whether you're looking to add a pop of color or simply want to bring the outdoors in, let this collection inspire you to create something beautiful!

Are you building a stash of Art Gallery Fabrics?

If sew, you'll want to check out their 'Color Master' series of collections. 

Color Master

These are boxed sets of 10 prints from various collections and designers. Sometimes grouped by color, sometimes by designer and sometimes by holiday.

Bite-size collections to improve your stash color families in either fat quarters or half yards.

Teal Color Master Bundle by Art Gallery FabricsTeal
Color Master Bundle
Art Gallery Fabrics

Pure Solids

It's luxury by the yard. 

Using the most environmentally safe dyes in the industry and a unique dip-dye process, Art Gallery Fabrics produces solids in the most saturated colors, with a soft hand and enviable quality. Shrinkage is the lowest among all the solids fabrics on the market.

NOTE: Originally named 'Pure Elements', the name was changed to 'Pure Solids' in the last year or so.

You'll find these in 'color stories', usually to go with a regular quilt fabric collection or holiday. An example is the Merry Pure Solids from Christmas 2021.

They are also available in gradations and by the yard.

Not ready to stop dreaming of new fabrics?

The fabric manufacturers are busy as bees dreaming up new fabrics to tempt you with. 

Use the buttons below to see what your favorite brand has in store for you.

Revel in the designs of Andover Fabrics
Enjoy the luxury of the current Art Gallery Fabrics
Browse the newest designs from Dear Stella Fabrics
Click here for all the yummy new Free Spirits fabrics
Enjoy the new Henry Glass Fabrics here
Find timeless fabrics from Marcus Brothers
Are you keen on Moda Fabrics. See the latest designs here
Have a look at all the new goodies available from Northcott Fabrics
Drool over all the latest Riley Blake fabrics
Browse the latest collections from Robert Kaufman Fabrics here
Find creative fabrics currently available from Ruby Star Society
Find timeless treasures in Timeless Treasures fabric collections
Browse the latest fabrics from Wilmington Prints
Find all the latest from Windham fabrics here
Take a look at the latest Batiks fabric, by the yard and precuts.

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