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 Beach Towel Bag, by Tiffany Hood.
I'm getting in the mood for summer even though it's still snowing here in Utah. I wanted to make some projects for my kids for the beach and swimming lessons- so I made a Beach Towel Bag. I'm hoping all my kids will have one before summer to tote around their swimming gear in.
These bags are great because it's actually a towel with a square of fabric sewn to the outside of it, and a drawstring. The bag never gets lost because it's attached.
There's an extra pocket on the outside for more gear, but the inside is actually very roomy. Even with the towel folded inside it I could easily fit sandals, sunscreen, toys, sunglasses and a small lunch. These are very cheap to make, too. I got the towel at Wal-Mart for about $3.50 and it's big and super soft, and the Puppy Park fabrics were a perfect match.
Bath towel or beach towel; Puppy Park Fabrics; Rope (about 4 feet)
Sunny Happy Quilt, by Kathy Frye.
This quilt is named after the fabric line, Sunny Happy Skies, and that is just what it is, sunny and happy! I designed it by framing the appliqued flowers in the quilt blocks. My style of quilting is very scrappy, so the fabrics that frame the flower blocks were strips and scraps that I combined to make the blocks the right size. I like to add little scraps in with the strips as a surprise element. I used various widths of green rick rack for the flower stems, easy and cute!
Cotton fabric, flannel fabric (back), rick rack, cotton batting, thread