Lucky Girl Dress Blog Tour

26 Feb 2015


When Lucy invited us to sponsor and participate in her Lucky Girl Dress blog tour, we were thrilled! We love Lucy's stuffed animal patterns, so we were excited to try out her brand new dress pattern using our jersey knit fabrics.  This pattern has a lot of flexibility to it. As you can see, our two darling models are a few inches apart in height. The older sister is about 3" taller than her younger sister. I cut out the 6T pattern size for both girls, although I extended the length of the dress about 2" for the older ... ...read more

Project Design Team Wednesday ~ Bonnie Rose Quilt

25 Feb 2015


  Hello Riley Blake readers!  It's me, Melissa Corry from Happy Quilting and I am so excited to be back here at Riley Blake to share another Design Team Tutorial with you :)  With my upcoming book release, Irish Chain Quilts: Contemporary Twists on a Classic Design, it's no surprise that I have Irish Chains on the brain ;)  So I thought it would be fun to share this super fun and super fast variation on a Single Irish Chain using Beautiful Snowball Blocks in the center of the chains :)   The reason I love adding in the snowball blocks is because ... ...read more

Project Design Team Wednesday ~ T-Shirt Dress Tutorial

18 Feb 2015

Sewing Tutorial to make a simple knit T-Shirt dress by Melissa Mortenson of PolkadotChair.com

  Hey there Riley Blake readers!! It's me, Melissa Mortenson here with you again to share with you a fun sewing tutorial. Today I'm going to show you how to make this simple t-shirt dress by using a t-shirt that you already have as a pattern! This dress is made from Riley Blake knit fabric with a little bit of my own Derby Style line thrown in as a fun accent. If you don't feel comfortable drafting your own pattern for this dress, don't worry. If you hop on over to my blog, the Polka Dot Chair ... ...read more

Lucky Girl Dress Blog Tour + Giveaway

14 Feb 2015


We are excited to be sponsoring the Lucky Girl Dress Blog Tour this month! We have been sewing with Lucy's darling stuffed animal patterns recently and can't say enough about the quality and clarity of her instructions. So when Lucy mentioned her blog tour, we knew we wanted to jump at the opportunity to pair up our dreamy knits with her sweet dress pattern. The blog tour is off to a fantastic start! Here is this week's recap: Sew Like My Mom made hers using the Happy Flappers Knit fabric paired with our Hot Pink Houndstooth Knit ... ...read more

Fat Quarter shop feature of Elea Lutz

13 Feb 2015


  We love Milk, Sugar, and Flower a Penny Rose Collection by Elea Lutz and today on the Jolly Jabber, Elea Lutz is featured. Click here to visit Fat Quarter Shops blog, the Jolly Jabber and see all the amazing projects featured from this line. ...read more

Project Design Team Wednesday~ Bunk Bed Duvet Cover

11 Feb 2015


   Hi!  I'm Amy Chappell and I blog over at Ameroonie Designs.  I'm so thrilled to be here today sharing my next design team project  Last month my husband and I discovered that we were expecting again.  With number 6 on the way it became clear that some rearranging of bedrooms was going to be in order.  The easiest way to make room for baby would be to put the two little girls into a shared bedroom, they are 6 and 2 1/2.  Because the room is pretty small, we thought bunk beds would give us the most ... ...read more

Project Design Team Wednesday ~ Woven Patchwork Tote

04 Feb 2015

woven patchwork tote

Hi Everyone! I'm Mandy and I blog over at www.SugarBeeCrafts.com - I love being a part of the Riley Blake Team and playing with all the super cute fabric! Today I have a fun technique to show you that I used to make this Woven Patchwork Tote. I love the look of patchwork and how fun it is, but piecing together can take lots of work and time. I have a fun, super simple technique to share today that gives the look of patchwork, without all the work. It is something you may have done as a kiddo ... ...read more

Project Design Team Wednesday ~ Youth Infinity Scarves

28 Jan 2015

sm scarves

I'm so excited to be sharing inspiration for Youth Infinity Scarves today! I'm Jamie from The Crafting Chicks. We love Riley Blake Designs...the fabric & the people. We love being a part of their design team. I could not wait to make something using their adorable striped knit material. My little girls and nieces are loving fashion scarves right now...especially in this winter season. I made the cutest infinity scarves. I'm not lying when I say they literally took 15 minutes! I can't believe how adorable they turned out...these are my beautiful nieces modeling ... ...read more

Project Design Team Wednesday~ Modern Baby Quilt

21 Jan 2015

modern baby quilt

Hi everyone! I am Elizabeth from Simple Simon and Company and am happy to be here today with a modern baby quilt tutorial. This cute black and white quilt is perfect because it is gender neutral and makes a darling play mat or a toddler bed quilt as well. And if you have never made a plus quilt---they are some of my favorites because they are simple and fast and you can have one done in an afternoon---my kind of quilting ;). Let's get started... Approximate Finished Size of Baby Quilt 33" by 39" inches Fabrics: Riley Blake white 1 ... ...read more

Project Design Team Wednesday ~ Pine Cone Pants

14 Jan 2015

Pine Cone Pants | Sew Like My Mom

  Hi Riley Blake readers! I'm Melissa and I blog over at Sew Like My Mom. I'm so excited to be kicking off the Wednesday tutorials for 2015! I thought we should start the year with a bang, so today I'm sharing a FREE multi-size pattern for pants!  The Pine Cone Pants are a basic, relaxed pant pattern with an elastic waistband and awesome back pockets! My kids spend their days running, playing, and climbing and pants are often too big in the waist or don't allow full range of motion of their legs for adequate climbing ... ...read more

Milk, Sugar & Flower ~ We just love this line!

13 Jan 2015

Penny Rose Fabrics Milk Sugar & Flower Romper

    You might have seen Penny Rose Fabrics' latest line Milk, Sugar & Flower. If not, you really need to check it out! These 30's prints are PERFECT for sewing for your littles or making charm quilts. Or what about a sweet dresden pillow? Or how about a wall hanging? The possibilities are endless! We invite you to visit the Penny Rose Fabrics blog to meet Elea Lutz, the charming designer, and to see some projects using this darling fabric! Click HERE to read all about it ~  ...read more

Happy New Year!

01 Jan 2015


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