Riley Blake Designs markets our fabrics under Stephanie Hunt as the designer. When purchasing or searching the Riley Blake website it's actually easier & more efficient to find the Bella Blvd fabrics under "Stephanie Hunt" as the artist.
Fabric Nook Cover, by Tiffany Hood.
The fabrics in the Puppy Park collection are so darling and so versatile! These cute patterns are part of that collection. I decided to make a cuter Nook cover than the one from the store. My kids love the Nook and take it with them when we have appointments or long car trips, and this cover is not only cute, but very padded just in case little hands drop it. There's even a pocket in the back for the charger and cords!
Puppy Park Fabric by Bella Blvd for Riley Blake Fabrics; Button Market: Blues; Fusible Fleece; Interfacing; Pellon Peltex; Magnetic closures
Puppy Pillow, by Kathy Frye.
My daughters' family just lost their beloved Golden Retriever, so I was thinking about all of them as I was hiking in the woods. Scout loved to hike and be with family! The idea of a PUPPY pillow with PUPPY PARK fabric seemed like a nice gift to make them smile. A puppy pillow would be a great gift for any family member, for birthday, Christmas, illness or as mine was, sympathy. This is a fairly simple project. The hardest part was choosing which of the fun fabrics to use! I ended up with 6 different Puppy Parks fabrics. I tried to make the puppy out of the 'brown bones' fabric, but it didn't work, so instead I used some tan corduroy fabric (which also gave it a soft texture). This pillow is for a family with 3 little boys, so the Puppy Parks colors were perfect, I simply added some cute buttons to finish it off! The back is envelope style, the opening is overlapped. Overall, it took me about 2 hours to create, including picking out the fabrics.
Puppy Park Fabric by Bella Blvd for Riley Blake Fabrics; 18" pillow form; 18" square of batting (optional if you want to quilt the pillow top before putting it together); Fusible (steam a seam); Buttons