Oh Scrap- it’s Corey Yoder

Today’s stop on the Oh Scrap blog hop is a visit to

Corey Yoder of Coriander Quilts.

I use a lot of Corey’s fabrics in my projects so I asked her to join in on the Oh Scrap hop and I am glad she said YES.

There is just something about her way with colors. She is a third generation quilter and that kind of lineage shows in her work. Classic, yet fresh is how I would describe her style.

Corey’s newest line, Pepper and Flax will be in stores April and it is Yummy, with a capital Y. click here to see the line.

I would love to remake my Old meets New quilt in bits and pieces from all of Corey’s lines.  She has enough airy lights to reproduce the 17″ blocks in a trendy colors perfect for a young girls room.

Another thing I like about what Corey does is that she has intentionally made sure each of her fabric lines have whites, yellows and greys as shown from this pic on her blog.  Do you follow her? You should.

I love yellow and it is a hard color to come by. Corey seems to have this nailed, whether you are looking for a thirties style butter yellow or simple and sweet vintage yellows. Don’t even get me started on the greys.

Maybe I will remake my quilt in just white, yellow and grey.

What do you think?

To see all of Corey’s fabric collections, visit here.

If you are just joining the hop, here are the stops along the way.

March 16th- Pat Sloan

March 17th- Corey Yoder

March 18th- Barbara Brackman

March 19th-Alison Dale of Fabric Expressions

March 20th- Melissa Corry

March 21st- Carrie Nelson of Moda Fabrics

March 22nd- Sherri McConnell – A Quilting Life

March 23rd-Kimberly at The Fat Quarter Shop

March 24th – Teresa Silva- Quilting is my Bliss

March 25th- Jane Davidson – QuiltJane

March 26th- Martingale Publishing

Being so close to Easter, every time I type the word blog hop for some reason i want to reference a bunny.

Forgive my random comment and hop on over to see Corey!!




  1. Karen Seitz says:

    I love Corey’s fabric designs…and quilt designs too. I just picked up a quilt from my quilter that has fabrics from at least 3 of her lines. 🙂

  2. Renea Yarolim says:

    Those colors of the fabric you shared are sew yummy. Love them and I really need to get this book. I love scrap quilts the most.

  3. Jill says:

    This might sound like a crazy question, but would you have any idea the name of that pattern behind Corey in her picture! I really like it!

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