Posts Tagged ‘summerhouse’

Ready to Ship!

Friday, July 8th, 2011

Well, this is it! Summerhouse is being delivered to stores today. Check out the pictures sent to us by Moda of all the fabric at their warehouse just waiting to be shipped out!

My Interview with Quilting Arts

Thursday, July 7th, 2011

I had the great pleasure of being interviewed by Lindsey of Quilting Arts. Check it out and leave a comment on the Quilting Arts blog because you get a chance to win some fabric from my Summerhouse collection.

 

Perfect Patio Pillow!

Thursday, June 30th, 2011

Lily Ashbury Pillow

Spruce up your patio with a little bit of DIY fun. I adorned a solid green throw pillow by printing one of my designs on an iron on transfer sheet, cutting the image out, and ironing it on. It’s easy and fun and you can do it too because I’m giving you the image to download for your next DIY day. Besides pillows, why not try it on a tote bag or t-shirt? Download the image here. Enjoy!

Please remember that the use of this image is for personal use only and is not to be used on products for resale.

Enter to Win a Fat Quarter Bundle

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011

You could be the winner of this Fat Quarter Bundle which includes 40 of my designs in the Summerhouse collection for Moda Fabrics. All you have to do is Like us and comment on our Facebook page, and we will randomly choose a winner by end of day Monday, June 27th.  Good Luck!

Fresh Wall Art

Thursday, June 16th, 2011

I love the idea of showcasing fabric in wooden embroidery hoops. They’re such an easy and inexpensive way to add interest to a room. For a step-by-step tutorial, click here.

Fabrics used are from the Summerhouse line by Moda: Georgia, Audrey, Georgia,  Lola, Twinkle, Rosemarie

 

DIY Elegant Marker Board

Thursday, April 14th, 2011

This might just be the easiest do-it-yourself project I’ve ever made. In just a few simple steps, you’ll have yourself an elegant marker board to decorate your living or work space.

Instructions:

  1. Make sure your picture frame has an insert. Usually the inserts are made of particle board or cardboard. Pull apart your picture frame so that you have the particle board, glass insert, and frame separated.
  2. Use the particle board as a guide and cut the fabric about an inch and a half larger than the board. I’ve used the fabric called
    Georgia from the Summerhouse collection from Moda.
  3. Wrap the fabric around the particle board insert and adhere the fabric using tape.
  4. Insert the fabric covered board into the picture frame and voila! You have yourself a stylish and functional piece for your office or living space.

Enjoy!