Even though Amy is busy getting ready for Spring Quilt Market in Salt Lake City, UT and her Quilt Market Meet-up, she had the chance to work up this amazing quilt. Two different patterns will be available soon. Stay tuned...
Hey! It's Tiffany. Are you noticing a trend with what I'm doing with Penny Lane fabric? Yes, I might have a little bit of a "flower thing" as my husband calls it. I have to do something in a house full of men! This project was SO easy, and honestly took like 15-20 minutes total. Have you ever used fabric to cover an old frame, canvas, or even a scrap piece of wood? Yes, I'm guity too. After seeing it time and time again all over the web, I decided to give it a try. I thought it would be harder than it actually was. YAY! I used a blank canvas I've had in my craft room for months, begging me to decorate it or use it somehow.
I'm not sure if you can tell that I have some white tule behind the rick-rack and white ribbon. I glued it all crazy to the back side of the ribbon and then glued it in place. I added a couple of flower and there you have it.
Don't you just love that lime-green. Seriously? Why, yes, yes I do! Happy weekend!!
Hey All! It's Tiffany here, I'm so excited to show you a little bit today of what I've been working on. I've been getting some spring-fever relief from Deena's Penny Lane fabric from Riley Blake. I'm loving these prints, and I'm so in love with the colors. Remember my fall wreath from this post? Well, I decided my front door needed a little love.
I knew just what the remedy would be... a little Penny lane. I ditched the plate and the awesome Halloween brads on the burlap flowers and added some fresh colors. I used the same type of idea from the Fabric flower bouquet from the previous post, minus the dowel stick stem. I glued them in place and added a few little bouts of lime green rick-rack to mimic some leaves. (PS notice the BEAUTIFUL bright blue sky on top of the snow capped mountains. It's an awesome day today. Hence the little more spring-fever. ) I wanted a variety of the frayed flowers and more of a finished edge. Like this pink one. I doubled my fabric and ironed it in half. Then, I followed the same steps as the frayed ones. There you have it.