Riley Blake Designs went live today.Â I was asked to be on Studio 5 (a local station), and talk about our fabric tree at quilt market plus five projects using Riley Blake designs fabric. Here is Jina and I before the show…Jina helped me set up and also helped calm my nerves.
Here is the actual Studio 5 segment.
You can tell I am a rookie because I kept looking at the wrong camera, I was very nervous, so much so that I had a hard time keeping my thoughts strait. I forgot to mention a lot of things, but I soooo forgot to mention Lori Holt of Bee in my Bonnet. I borrowed Lori’s jar full of fabric spools and I used her demo of creating the fabric spools. She has posted her tutorial on her blog http://beeinmybonnetco.blogspot.com/
I asked Lori if I could also post her tutorial on our website, so here you go…. Sew Cherry fabric spools by Lori Holt. Thanks for the tutorial and a big thanks for letting us use your adorable centerpiece.
Fabric Spools by Lori Holt
Of course it all begins with a large wood spool….I’ve told you before that I use wooden spools for alot of things!
Thanks again Lori.
*Following this same tutorial you can make mini fabric spools using our Riley Blake Elastic lace and mini wood spools. The elastic lace is the perfect width to run around the mini wood spools.