Gleeful Blog Hop: Delia Creates

Hello, hello! I hope all of my USA friends out there enjoyed their holiday weekend! We spend the entire weekend outside and loved every second of it. This summer has been relatively mild here in Texas, so we are soaking up all the time we can in sub-100 degree weather!

JULY is the month when Gleeful, my collection of fabric for Art Gallery releases to shops!!! I do not have an exact date on when it will ship, but from what I’ve heard it looks like it will be more towards the end of the month. SO I’ve arranged a little blog hop with some of my favorite creative bloggers to give you some ideas on what you can do with this fun line of fabric!

The first blogger on tour is Delia from Delia Creates. She has created some GORGEOUS knit pajamas for her baby girl that you can see and read more about her project HERE.Delia Creates // #GleefulFabrics summer knit pajamasDelia’s blog is full of fun patterns and tutorials; here are a few of my favorites:

Delia CreatesPleated Pencil Skirt pattern // kid art etched wooded spoons // tulle skirt tutorial (for mama + baby!)

Thanks for stopping in, be sure to check out Delia’s post + come back each day this week for another post on GLEEFUL FABRICS!

 

 

2 thoughts on “Gleeful Blog Hop: Delia Creates

  1. Hey Caroline!! I just saw your new fabric line and it is awesome. (Of course it is, because you are) We met in Atlanta at OSQE. My husband and I have finally found our retirement “farm” (I’ll have plenty of pictures @Quilitng
    Live! in sept.) Anyway, I will be creating a huge new studio space. I am hoping you have some tips for me to keep in mind as I design it. The space is boat storage that the previous owner used to back his truck and boat into… He didn’t want to deal with the hastle of detaching them … Right now, it is a blank canvas … it has two drywall sides, one cement side, one garage door (I want to make that a glass garage door so I can open the wall on nice days) and the floor is cement. I think I want to sort of have it be “industrial soft” and include a relaxing space for hand work and planning. ANY ideas..

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