Thursday, October 3, 2013
I'm excited to announce the following four winners of our Bungalow fat quarter sets: Julie at thecraftyquilter.com, Mary W., C.J. at www.astitchnaprayer.blogspot.com and Nancy at owensovlivia.blogspot.com. I hope you all enjoy your Bungalow fabric as much as I do!
Kari Sweeten is offering another giveaway of Bungalow fat quarters over at Ucreate if you're interested in trying again.
I'm a little obsessed with these prints. Truly. I would change the entire decor scheme of my house to work with this collection if I had the time and money. I did though finish a major project a couple of weeks ago, using the Cotton Sateen Doily print in Forest. I redid our kitchen nook table and chairs and LOVE how everything turned out. It was a painstaking process to sand everything, paint and reupholster the chairs, and stain the table, but so worth the result.
I didn't take the best "before" shot, but this will give you an idea of the transformation that took place:
And, here is the result. What an improvement!
Part of what motivated me to complete this makeover was the knowledge that creativebug.com was coming to film a video at our home last week. There is nothing like the idea of having your home serve as the location for a photo or film shoot to prompt some serious makeover magic! We also spent some time sprucing up the studio space, and love the results there as well.
The team from spent last Friday with us, shooting a video class with me creating this Farmer's Market Tote:
If you haven't been to their site before, go check out one of their free classes. They do amazing work! I was so nervous prior to this shoot, but Courtney, Jason, Matt and Brian made the experience so easy and enjoyable. They were a fun group to hang out with. Case in point:
Matt cracking jokes with Courtney and Joel:
Jason taking advantage of a break to jump on our trampoline:
Brian and Jason utilizing the ping pong table
during our lunch break:
And Courtney hanging out with me at the amazing fruit stand down the street from our home after the filming wrapped up:
The tote bag features more of Joel's Bungalow prints, as well as some of his prints from the new True Colors line by Westminster Fabrics. These prints feature some of Joel's bestselling blender prints and will be available in November.