Archive for the ‘Fabric Projects’ Category

Delightful Decor for Little One

Wednesday, July 7th, 2010


It’s easy to decorate baby’s room with our adorable storybook images. Captured from vintage children’s books, these delightful bears, bunnies, chicks, pups and kittens are sure to bring smiles to the faces of your little ones.  The images are perfect for embellishing pillows, wooden hangers, clothing, bibs, diaper bags, scrapbook pages and even the bedroom wall!

These projects use images from our Storybook Collection CD (ALL CD-ROM’S INCLUDING THIS ONE ARE CURRENTLY 50% OFF), but you may also like the images found in our Playful Puppies or Pretty Kitties Download Collections.


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Quilt Market in Minneapolis!

Thursday, June 3rd, 2010

I am finally recovered from Quilt Market and am now nursing a sprained ankle which will give me time to sit down, edit photos, write and post…which I have been dying to do but have found little time since Market to focus energy on. Emma’s Birthday Party-A Spa Party for 12 of her friends was Tuesday afternoon.  The party was manicures, pedicures, and crafting flip flops  with fabric embellishments -no shortage of fabric in the house! So back to Quilt Market. The show is a trade only event where we meet with quilt and fabric shop owners, the press, and other industry publishers and manufacturers. The pictures above are from our from our booth and several feature my upcoming fabric line from Red Rooster. It was a great show- seeing the enthusiasm for sewing and new stores opening was so inspiring!! We introduced 18 new patterns at the show. Here is a link for a closer look.

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Creative Embroidery using Vintage Imagery

Friday, May 28th, 2010
Vintage Artwork can be used for Embroidery

Vintage Artwork can be used for Embroidery

I have always loved handwork.  My grandmother was always working on something with her hands from embroidery to crocheting.  It was so much fun during the summers of my childhood to sit with grandma while she taught me how to create beautiful things with my hands just as her grandmother had taught her. (more…)

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