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.
Too Cute To Spook Quilt, by Kathy Frye.
This quilt features the fun fabrics from Too Cute to Spook! The line features a great variety of prints and colors, so it was easy to design a great quilt for Halloween! Because the figures in the fabric were so cute, I recreated them larger with appliqué, and each of them took on a starring role in this quilt. All of my grandkids love it! I love the darling witch, I tucked a little ruffle under her purple spider web dress. But the mummy is my favorite, I used the selvages from the fabric to wrap him up.
Cotton fabrics from the Too Cute To Spook line (added a green grid from Puppy Park fabric line), threads, cotton batting, ribbon, ruffle fabric, steam-a-seam fusible
Framed Quilt Art, by Kathy Frye.
I am lucky that the office for Bella Blvd is close to where I live. I love to visit because it is decorated so cute! On a recent day, I commented on how cute the framed fabric squares were (made from the Sunny Happy Skies collection) that were hanging on the walls. There were 2 squares that were the same (hanging in different areas), so I asked if I could change one up.
This project was so much fun to make, and was super fast and easy! I quilted a left over quilt square from a quilt that I made recently. Then I fused the quilted square onto the framed fabric, and fused on the rick rack around the edges. I sewed the buttons on after the quilted square was fused it to the fabric, so then I was sewing through all the layers and it would be secure.
Stretcher bar frame, fabric to cover frame, left over quilt square, square of batting, fusible product (steam a seam 2 lite), rick rack, buttons
Tooth Fairy Pillows, by Tiffany Hood.
My two boys love monsters, and they're both at the age where they are losing their teeth. The tooth fairy has told me that it's been very difficult at night to find their teeth under their pillows, and sometimes she can't find them at all. So I found a solution for this problem- cute little monster friends that my boys can take to bed. They put their tooth in the monster's mouth, and then in the morning they'll find something special inside from the tooth fairy! I used the Puppy Park fabric line for the body, mouth, and teeth, and some brand new soft blue fabric from the Too Cute To Spook line for the eyes. I blanket stitched around the eyes, and then the Button Market buttons were the perfect final touch to give them a little personality.
Puppy Park Fabrics by Bella Blvd for Riley Blake Fabrics, Too Cute To Spook Fabric by Bella Blvd for Riley Blake Fabrics; Button Market – Text; Poly Fil Stuffing; Fusible Web; Pattern: Curiosities and Mischief by Art to Heart