Project Design Team Wednesday: Curved Top Zip Pouch Pattern

13 Jan 2016

Sewing pattern for a curve top zip pouch using Riley Blake Designs Fabric

  Hi There Riley Blake Design Readers!! It's me, Melissa from the Polka Dot Chair here with you today to share a few sewing projects.   I always try to give at least a few handmade gifts to my friends and family at Christmas-time, and although this year I did not make as many things as I would have liked, I did get a few little projects done.     One of the projects that I was able to make was this curve top zip pouch/cosmetic bag.  I've actually made about 10 of these in the last few months. I figured ... ...read more

Shelfie Tuesday: Ivy Mae

12 Jan 2016


It's #ShelfieTuesday! Today we're sharing a peek at some of the lovely rolls of fabric that arrive at our office weekly. Up front are prints from the dreamy Ivy Mae collection designed by Studio Green, which features bold, yet ethereal florals and innovative baby dress panels that are ready to cut and sew! Ivy Mae will be shipping to stores in February! Here is a picture of the panel and finished dress. Be a part of #shelfietuesday! Share pictures of your fabric stash and share with us via Instagram or Twitter! #shelfietuesday #iloverileyblake ...read more

Friday Finds: Woodland Spring

08 Jan 2016


It's time for Friday Finds! Today, we rounded up some of our favorite items people are making with the adorable Woodland Springs collection! What's your favorite? Top Row (left to right): Woodland Tree Stump Tutorial Disappearing 9-Patch Tutorial Bow Tie Pattern 2nd Row (left to right): Reusable Sandwich Bag Wrap Woodland Baby Blanket Wristlet Key Fob Boppy Cover 3rd Row (left to right): Baby Girl Quilt Patchwork Baby Blanket Pocket Full of Posies Wall Hanging Bottom Row (left to right): Diapers for Tiny Tears Peasant Dress Patchwork Bag with Applique Initial  Changing Pad Cover       ...read more

Project Design Team Wednesday ~ Celebration Table Runner

06 Jan 2016


    Hi!  It's Amy from Ameroonie Designs here again to share with you a super simple and colorful table runner. In our family, when one of the children has a birthday we celebrate them in one way by allowing them to pick out a few of their favorite treats and snacks that we put on display and allow them to eat throughout their special day.(of course they are expected to share with their siblings too!)  However, once the presents were opened, I felt like the jars of treats looked lonely on the table by themselves, so I decided to ... ...read more

Shelfie Tuesday: Pillows!

05 Jan 2016

 

Shelfie: shel·fie /shelfē/ noun informal: A photograph one has taken of one's shelf, typically used to expose/share one's fabric stash and WIP's (works in progress) via social media. Today we're showing a few of our pillows! We make LOTS and LOTS of pillows around here. Pillows are a lovely way to show off new fabric collections, quilt blocks and project ideas. Can you ever have too many pillows? Be a part of #shelfietuesday! Share pictures of your fabric stash and share with us via Instagram or Twitter! #shelfietuesday #iloverileyblake ...read more

Happy New Year from Riley Blake Designs!

01 Jan 2016

 

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Merry Christmas from Riley Blake Designs!

25 Dec 2015

 

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Stitch 'n Kitchen Blog Tour: Woodland Wool Ornament Tutorial

24 Dec 2015

 

 When I came across these adorable fox and deer felt ornaments on Cutesy Crafts, I knew I had to make them in our brand new Penny Rose Wool. I love the look of the felt, but I also love how the wool adds a richness of color and texture that just looks timeless.  I will walk you through the basic steps here, but you can find the templates on Cutesy Crafts. Woodland Wool Ornaments "Making Time": About 1 Hour Ingredients: Wool Embroidery Floss and/or Coordinating Thread Fleece Interfacing Ribbon 1. Cut out the template pieces. Arrange the white snow ... ...read more

Stitch 'n Kitchen Blog Tour: Origami Star Ornament

23 Dec 2015


With Christmas right around the corner, I thought we should finish off our Stitch 'n Kitchen Blog Tour with some ornament tutorials that can be made in a relatively short period of time, but are of such a quality and design that they will become instant cherished keepsakes. I originally found the tutorial for this lovely ornament on this Russian blog, however, the instructions were in Russian, and even when translated to English, they were missing all of the measurements, which is such a shame, because this ornament is just stunning and was asking to be made. So, after playing ... ...read more

Stitch 'n Kitchen Blog Tour: Dolly Rag Quilt

22 Dec 2015

 

It's Christmas countdown time! If you are looking for something quick and easy to whip up last minute, this project is for you! Sara, The Flannel Queen has a super easy Dolly Rag Quilt tutorial for you today. CUTE! As a big bonus, Sara is also sharing her favorite holiday recipe: Grandma's Sugar Cookies. Get the Dolly Blanket tutorial and Sugar Cookie recipe here.   Be sure to follow along with our Stitch 'n Kitchen blog tour for holiday project tutorials and favorite recipes!  12/1 - Riley Blake Designs 12/2 - Simple Simon 12/3 - Mode de Lis 12 ... ...read more

Stitch 'n Kitchen Blog Tour: DIY Double Sided Napkin Tutorial

21 Dec 2015

 

Today's stop on the Stitch 'n Kitchen Blog Tour takes us to The Happy Housie, where Krista shows us how to whip up this lovely Double-Sided Cloth Napkins, perfect for holiday entertaining. Such a simple, yet elegant way to dress up any table setting! That's not all - Krista is also sharing her favorite Ginger Cookies recipe with us. These are guaranteed to make the house smell amazing!  Get the complete tutorial and recipe here.   Be sure to follow along with our Stitch 'n Kitchen blog tour for holiday project tutorials and favorite recipes!  12/1 - Riley Blake Designs ... ...read more

Stitch 'n Kitchen Blog Tour: Tic Tac Toe

19 Dec 2015

 

We hope you have been enjoying this very fun blog tour, full of exciting projects, holiday decor and delicious recipes! Today's stop on the Stitch 'n Kitchen Blog Tour takes us to Leigh Laurel Studios, where we get the DIY on this fabulous Tic Tac Toe game board with storage bag made from our Sashing Stash fabric collection. In addition, Karin is sharing her family's favorite recipe, Pfeffernusse, otherwise known as German Spice Cookies! You can find the complete tutorial and recipe here.   Be sure to follow along with our Stitch 'n Kitchen blog tour for holiday project ... ...read more
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