We've hit the quarantine hobby jackpot with this new collection.
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Look, we love crossword puzzles and cozy fall movie marathons as much as the next guy or gal, but there comes a time in everybody's quarantine life when they crave something different. Something creative, perhaps? Are those crafting bells we hear, in fact? Yes, yes they are.

We're thrilled to learn that the one-and-only Pawhuska Princess, Ree Drummond, has launched The Pioneer Woman fabric line at Walmart, in both 100% polyester fleece and 100% cotton fabric designs. Suitable for newbies and seasoned sewers alike, you can use the fabric for projects as simple as decorating a scrapbook or setting up a fall table-setting, and as elaborate as making pillows, quilts, or wall art. The brand new category for The Pioneer Woman collection at Walmart is available online, as well as in stores for a limited-time only through the end of the year. Online, you can purchase your fabric by the yard, and in stores the swatches are available in project cuts of fabric (10 pieces) and bolts of fleece (eight yards).

Of course, Ree being Ree, designs come in signature Pioneer Woman styles such as Sweet Rose, Vintage Floral (pictured below), and this adorable homage to her Basset Hound, Charlie Truck.

The Pioneer Woman Vintage Floral Fabric
Credit: Courtesy Walmart

Here's the full lineup of colors and designs:

Fleece

  • Sweet Rose
  • Heritage Floral
  • Cheerful Rose Patchwork
  • Flea Market Dot
  • Greenery Plaid
  • Charming Check (Red)
  • Charlie Truck

Fabric

  • Vintage Floral
  • Betsy
  • Vintage Floral Patchwork
  • Flea Market Dot
  • Heritage Floral
  • Charming Check (Red)
  • Charming Check (Yellow)
  • Scroll Floral
  • Solid (Blue)
  • Solid (Red)
  • Solid (Teal)
  • Cheerful Floral
  • Breezy Blossoms
  • Folk Toss
  • Flea Market Dot
The Pioneer Woman Walmart Fabric
Credit: Courtesy Walmart

We're ready to bust out the ole YouTube sewing tutorials and get to work. Who's emailing the group to set up a virtual Crafternoon party?