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Preparing for the holidays is both fun and intense, isn't it? It's been some time since I posted a tutorial, so I made this table runner with Fleet & Flourish by Maureen Cracknell. I was drawn by the always inspiring... Continue reading
Hello! Unfortunately we don't have a photo of the wallet like the one you mention (it was gifted!), but if you look at the 15th photo from the top down, that is the front of the wallet flattened. Please let me know if that helps. Lauv :)
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Hi, T! Thank you for the kind words, the plan of Lacuna + mint tea + this quilt sounds dreamy!
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Thank you, Alex!
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Hello everyone! I'm happy to share the Framework Quilt tutorial. This quilt is perfect for the soft winter breeze that is already peaking through the trees, but that still allows us to enjoy some time outdoors. How about this quilt... Continue reading
Hi Eileen! I've added a photo of the full quilt. Thanks for the suggestion - Lauv
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Hi Kirsten - Thank you! I think your brother will treasure a quilt like this one. Some of these bike prints also come in knit, which could be fun for another gift like a t-shirt.
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Hello Donna Joy! We don't have a PDF for this as we wanted to do it in blog format, but if you are looking to print it, I would suggest that you paste it into a Word document and it should work. Thank you!
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How awesome, thanks AJ! I hope you enjoy making it!
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Hello Pat! You're right - we have added a photo of the quilt. Thank you!
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Hello everyone! So the end of summer is beginning. I love all seasons, but I have not experienced living through a freezing winter, so I could understand why a lot of people really cherish the warmer weather. One of the... Continue reading
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Hello, Laine! Thank you, that is a table runner made with Etno by Pat Bravo. Here is the link to the free tutorial: http://patbravodesign.blogspot.com/2014/12/the-amazing-science-of-flying-geese.html
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Thank you for writing this, Jeifner :) I am into simple graphic quilts that highlight the fabrics - I really appreciate intricate patchwork, but Imprint just screamed big, bold shapes.
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Of course we love patchwork. Who doesn't (in our world of fabric at least)? I'd say patchwork is why we do what we do. The beautiful product of hours and hours of patience and detail. The design. That vision of... Continue reading
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Hello and happy friday, fabric & fashion lovers! Ahh so much alliteration (yes!). I haven't posted in a while, but I've been busy with the team putting products together so we can share our LookBooks with you. There are so... Continue reading
Hello Shay! You can choose from all of our fabric designs to personalise it to your liking :)
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Thank you, Sharon! We have that information within each collection on our wholesale website, but we will make more post where we talk in depth about the Elements that pair well with each collection. Thanks again!
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Hello & Happy Friday! I will admit I had this post planned before "the dress" went viral. At the same time it helps because I want to talk about colour, and precisely of value. Some might say "who cares?," but... Continue reading
Thank you, Zara!
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thank you, gina! we are happy you will get to use them.
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Hello Wea. I apologise about the late reply; however, there has been a photo of the back of the skirt for months. It is the third photo from top to bottom. Regarding the gathering in between the two pockets, our version does not have a lot of gathering, but when you make yours, that should be done to accommodate your liking. I hope that helped :)
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Hello sarah! (this is lauv from the fashion department). Yes, this dress came from a modified version of the burda blouse. We just created a waist seam and added a long basic skirt. As far as the neck, we left it open to better suit our model. If you have further questions please e-mail me at laura@artgalleryfabrics.com. Thank you!
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Hello Fabric & Print Lovers! (no pun intended on the latter). I hope all of your holiday preparations are going smoothly. We know that most of you craft-lovers (like all of us here at the studio) want to have a... Continue reading
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Hello fabric lovers! I have not posted in a long time, but I am happy to be back and share with you these amazing and inspiring photographs that Frances Newcombe posted on her blog. The incredible Jody Miller captures the... Continue reading
CONGRATULATIONS, Sue! You are one of the winners of our Littlest panel! Please e-mail me at laura@artgalleryfabrics.com with your address, and the colour you prefer for your prize.
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