By random selector, Cecilia has won the floor pouf and fabric bundle! Woohoo!
Cecilia, we’ve replied to your comment and ask that you send us an email! This pouf will be on it’s way to you very soon!
Thanks to everyone who participated. Even if you didn’t win this time, there are always more chances to win. If you ❤ this fabric, never fear, head to your local quilt shop and tell them we sent you! Explore our website, and the blogs of our friends from the Gnome Matter What! Blog Tour, there are so many gorgeous inspiring projects out there!
Thanks again to all of our friends, especially Izzy & Ivy Designs who hosted the tour. We’ll be back with more soon!
Of course, we would LOVE to see what you make! Tag your project photos on facebook with @inkandarrowfabrics or hashtag #gnomematterwhatfabrics #inkandarrowfabrics
Have a FABULOUS weekend…. Gnome what I’m saying? 🙂
WE DID!!!!! We had an amazing time working with Izzy & Ivy Designs as our host of our Gnome Matter What! Blog Tour. We had GNOME idea (ok, I’ll stop) how much we could adore each and every one of these projects. Even better, we made new friends along the way. Isn’t that the icing on the cake when working in a creative industry? It’s so awesome to collaborate and share ideas and spread the enthusiasm for our fabric obsession! 🙂
Our current line, Gnome Matter What! by Alicia Jacobs Dujets for I&A, (in shops now) has inspired so many beautiful creations already. Check out these projects, our new friends and their wonderful blogs to see how they brought these fabrics to life! What will you create???
A bonus! Please follow and comment on this blog with your favorite project or fabric from this collection (I know, I know, so hard to pick!)
One lucky winner will be selected from the blog comments next Friday, April 21stto receive our Floor Pouf Sample (all ready to take out to the garden…) and 1 yard cuts of the fabrics in this springy collection! 🙂
We’re super excited! Not only is it almost April… but… our Gnome Matter What! blog tour, hosted by our friends at Izzy & Ivy Designs, is starting on Monday, April 3rd – ❤ WOOHOO!!!! ❤ This awesome fabric collection by Alicia Jacobs Dujets for Ink & Arrow Fabrics is a breath of fresh air. […]
While preparing for QuiltCon, it was clear we wanted to have a fabulous grand prize basket of fabric! Of course, we wanted to feature Gnome Matter What, our newest collection in shops now! Fabric flowers came to mind… I mean, who doesn’t love flowers?
Our friend, Jane Headley, designed these quick and easy flowers that really make a statement! There was so much ❤ for these beauties, we decided to make a free project download to share on our website! Click here to check out our Inspiration page on our website with instructions to create these flowers and a variety of other projects!
These flowers could be fantastic in almost any fabric but we simply adore the Pixies and Gnome Matter What featured here…
Because we love this collection so much.. here’s another glimpse of the different fabrics designed by Alicia Jacobs Dujets for Ink & Arrow Fabrics!
Alicia’s illustrative style lends a whimsical flair to this very on-trend group! We are seeing flamingos everywhere…and… where else can you find flamingos, mushrooms, gnomes and snails in the same fabric? 🙂 It’s the quirky spin on a subject, fabulous color and lighthearted approach that make Ink & Arrow Fabrics perfect for so many projects! Because fabric should be fun! What will you create?
Before we go, here is another project that is in-the-works… a Gnome Matter What floor pouf! We will release this free project in the next couple of weeks, check back on our website at the Inspiration page to find out how to make this super cute home decor accessory!
Designed by Theresa Romeo, this project is fun and the perfect pillow to sit and sketch in the garden! Keep an eye out for a little gnome or snail friend… don’t worry, they are super friendly!
Were you able to go to QuiltCon in Savannah, Georgia? Our dynamic duo, Cyndi and Isabelle, proudly represented Ink & Arrow! They had a great time giving out fabric, talking to like-minded sewing enthusiasts… and generally enjoying the excitement of this fantastic show!
We were a proud exhibitor at QuiltCon which is hosted annually by The Modern Quilt Guild. The four day event is a consumer show that features an amazing quilt exhibit as well as outstanding workshops and vendor shopping!
What better way to spend a day than with warm and friendly people who all enjoy inspiration and creativity! A lovely lady at the show told Cyndi that Ink & Arrow Fabrics “always bring a smile to her face” and THAT is what we are all about! In fact, the tag line for I&A is “because fabric should be fun!”
Check out a few of our great instagram friends, we love seeing these fabulous smiles! Search #inkandarrowquiltcon on instagram to see more!
We were showcasing our latest lines and also offered a sneak peek of our summer collections as well. Here are some photos of our fun-filled booth!
As usual, our friends are never far away! We collaborated with Sew Many Creationsto show off our newest lines from the new Junebee collections from Ink & Arrow. Jessica at Sew Many Creations made her “Road Trip” bag out of our Zolaline and her “Prima Diva Wallet” from our Palomaline!
There are four Junebee collections coming to a shop near you this summer! If you like what you see, go to your shop and let them know you want Junebee! Let’s create a Junebee BUZZ! #junebeebuzz #inkandarrowfabrics
Also, our friends at Plum Easy Patternsmade this awesome “All Ways Arrows” quilt with the fabulous Pixie Dots! This pattern is so on-brand with our Ink & Arrow Fabrics!
We were thrilled when our friends at Tuffet Source donated four “Marvelous Mini” Tuffet kits for prizes at our booth. The above tuffet is a large version. We had four winners who were thrilled with their kit! We hope they can share photos of the finished product with us! Here are the lovely lucky ladies!
Totes adorbs is all we can say about this Izzy & Ivy DesignsAva Tie Top Dress. This super cute dress would make any little girl a starlet! It features Gnome Matter What (shipping to shops this month). It is the latest collection from I&A designer, Alicia Jacobs Dujets.
The lucky winner is….. Fran Oblander!
Before we go, check out our pattern friends’ booths!
We hope you enjoyed this look into our experience at QuiltCon! While not everyone can attend, we wanted to make sure to share with you the fun, the projects and the fabrics we love so much! Look for Ink & Arrow in your local fabric shop! Because fabric should be fun!!!
It’s the last day of our Sweet Rebellion sewing challenge hosted by our friends Wives of Whitewood. We are thrilled with the projects that came together thanks to our new creative friends and we are so thankful to Wives of Whitewood for hosting!
Today’s project is an original quilt designed by Capitola Quilter and it is so unique!
Love how the pinks POP in this photo! When you head over to Capitola Quilter’s blog, you’ll see there is a bonus project she made with this collection *swoon*
Such a clever quilt!
Thanks Karen for such a great blog! When you head over, Karen’s holding her own giveaway – enter to win!
Also, we are thrilled to announce the Wives of Whitewood new pattern “Applejack” which they will release on Tuesday. This fantastic little tech cozy for your Ipad or Macbook… super sweet! Make sure to visit on Tuesday for the big reveal!!!
Don’t forget to head over to Wives of Whitewood’s instagram to enter to win 1/2 yard cuts of each of the 17 fabrics (11 prints, 6 pixie dots) in this collection – WOW! 🙂
Thanks to all the talented people involved with our Sweet Rebellion sewing challenge. It was great making new friends and sharing these creative ideas with everyone!
We continue with the Sweet Rebellion sewing challenge, organized by our friends at Wives of Whitewood! this week is all about projects inspired by this sweet & sassy fabric collection by Felicia Gallo for Ink & Arrow Fabrics!!!
Today we have two guest bloggers with two fabulous projects!
First up, a great tote bag…
Hi! My name is Brinkley Rayne. I am a zookeeper by day, and bag-maker by night. You can find me on Facebook (B. Rayne Bags), or on Instagram (@b_raynebags). I was very excited to be invited to sew something up with these fabrics. I thought they would be really fun to mix and match the prints and make sure all were seen front and center on the bag. That is how I decided on a “log cabin- esque” tote bag. A quick search of quilting sites will show you years and years of the history of log cabin quilts, and how to make the log-cabin block. I share a sewing room with my mom, and it is one of her favorite blocks to sew. They all have various looks, but none with fabrics quite like this! I thought it might be fun to mix an “old school” quilt block style with these “punk” fabrics. See my social media for a future blog post on my step by step if you’re interested in making one along with me! I used all three of the fabrics for the front, but went easy for the back, handles and inside. The back is plain pink, the inside is white, and the handles are just black. The fun part about the log cabin block is you can make it as easy or intricate as you’d like. I used a 5″ square in the middle, and 2 1/2″ strips for my “borders”. Its very simple, and turns into a nice big bag! Thank-you for letting me participate, and thank you for putting bees on the fabric (an underrated but important creature!!)
Next, we have Ramona Cavanaugh! Ramona made a wonderful organizer, perfect for traveling or keeping your stuff in-check at home!
The Sweet Rebellion fabrics are such a pleasure to use. Everything about them is pleasant on the eye. They all blend together so well. I love the mix of pinks with the black and grays. The bees and bike chains are just inexplicably cute together. I just really love the pink bike chains. I am not normally a pink girl but the little dashes of pink in the skulls and and the floral print are just perfect together.
I think this organizer will end up being a gift for a longtime friend that was eyeing it on Instagram. I’ll likely make a couple more. One for my husband and I to share when we travel and possibly one in the smaller size for travel accessories like cables and chargers.
This pattern screamed Sweet Rebellion fabric. I was originally thinking I wanted to use the Wives of Whitewood Gotta Go wristlet so I could incorporate the many wonderful colors and prints in the collection. The Rollie Pollie Organizer by Cozy Nest designs was just too tempting to not give it a go. The size of the bags and the wrap seemed perfect for the variety of sizes of prints the collection offers. It was a great way to combine all the colors too.
This pattern has a few spots that made me a little cranky but nothing a ripper couldn’t fix. If you are going to try this one, make sure to fuse the foam to the liner before putting on the velcro. Of course I missed that little detail but was able to just stitch over and on top of the other stitches. I found using a long ruler to transfer the velcro marks a real lifesaver. I used a very light small pencil for that and some lightweight glue stick, which is invaluable for lining up the strips just so. I used the D-ring for ease of application and I like how it looks compared to the large metal grommet. Finally I also did some fussy cutting and pattern matching that wasn’t really necessary for the wrap exterior and liner. If you use a one direction fabric like the skulls don’t worry so much about the skulls being upside down.
Wow, great job ladies! We are so happy to see these great projects made of “Sweet Rebellion” Can’t wait to see more tomorrow!
Don’t forget, there is a GIVEAWAY!!!! Head over to the Wives of Whitewood instagram @wivesofwhitewood for more information! So exciting!!!
So exciting to share another fantastic creative project featuring our Sweet Rebellion fabrics. Our friends at Wives of Whitewood are hosting this challenge and we couldn’t be more thrilled!
Day 2 brings this gorgeous embroidered table runner from the talented Kelly McCants at Modern June Blog!!!
This project is just stunning. We love the contrast of the gray mini floral, the sassy sugar skulls and the pops of bold color in the embroidered flowers. WOW! See more photos, a full tutorial and tips/tricks to create this project at Modern June Blog.
Pop over to Kelly’s blog and explore this and all the other great projects and goodies you can find there! Thanks Kelly!!!
Reminder, there is more to come AND… a giveaway!
Head over to the Wives of Whitewood instagram@wivesofwhitewood for more information! So exciting!!!
Check back tomorrow for the next Sweet Rebellion surprise!!!
Our friends at Wives of Whitewood are the best! We just love their projects, sense of humor and talent! As “sweet rebellions” themselves, they organized our Sweet Rebellionsewing challenge that is happening this week!
We can’t get enough of this new collection for Ink & Arrow by Felicia Gallo – check it out on our website and then come back to see all of the awesome ideas sewn up by our new friends!!!