I spent some time on their website and was just so impressed with the "farm to fabric" movement that I clicked on their contact button and sent an email telling them just that. Then I went on with my day. But within a few hours I had heard back from them and they offered to send me some fabric to test out and see what I thought. How cool is that?
After making this mini quilt with AMB solid fabric, here are my thoughts:
- Intense and consistent saturation of color
- Quality base cloth for sure - the weave is consistent and solid and maybe a little tighter than what I'm used to working with which made for crisp pressing and seams
- No color bleeding or fading after washing (which I have done three times to adequately test)
- Minimal shrinking - not noticeably more or less than other quilt shop quality fabric from other manufacturers
I read on their website that there are currently 50 different colors available which means that I should be able to find a color that matches whatever I'm working on often. Since the company was established in 2013 I am hopeful that they will continue to add to their color range as time goes on and they carve their way into the fabric market. I know that I will find satisfaction in choosing a fabric completely made and manufactured in America and look forward to seeing these fabrics show up in more online and brick-and-mortar shops every day.