Good Company takes my breath away! What a vision. The greens , the blues, the yellows, the pinks all jump at you with the happiest of greetings. They want to be layered, and patchworked and loved to death. Keep our secret safe..quilting cottons, the affordable way to look chic!!
Give it up for Martha!!! This long standing institution of heirloom sewing and it’s dedication to teaching old school makes are hearts go flip flop. Carla Crim and I were corresponding with Martha Pullen’s website when we realized we were actually communicating with Martha our mouths dropped and behind the scenes we were doing a Happy Dance . She asked if we would visit her in ALABAMA!!!! Carla and I are giddy with excitement. To think Martha Pullen running her grandchildren around while having a conversation with us and giving us her all! She lives it just like we all do and it’s just great to see that she doesn’t take it for granted. Success like anything can be fleeting and we must stay current and open to the possibilities! Martha Pullen is a charismatic individual with incredible passion who inspires us to remain teachable. She is quite the legacy. Do yourself a favor and sign up for her Newsletter. I have a promotion starting today that for every Girls World Book sold at Martha Pullen’s site I will send 2 yards of Girls World Vibe (your Choice) . This is a great opportunity to buy another Girls World to have around as a gift or an extra for those teachers of Girls World!!! Also I have badges let us know if you are teaching and I will get them off to you..limit 20 per person!!
An excerpt from her latest News Letter….
Dear Sewing Family,
Now back to Easter sewing! We have never, never had so many gorgeous prints for your sophisticated, contemporary Easter sewing. Please look at the Sis Boom fabrics. The book, Girl’s World by Jennifer Paganelli is one of the most beautiful that has ever been printed. It ties with a pink ribbon separating the pattern section (with 21 patterns in all) and the book with spectacular photography and beautiful, beautiful, clothing. The directions are fabulous and there is a world of patterns in this one book. There are four patterns for girls sized 2 to 14. There is an apron, a tulle ballet skirt and an apron with a frilly pocket. Accessories include a headband, purse, paper doll overnight bag, badges and flower pin/barrette.
For decorating a girl’s bedroom, which will make her very happy, there are directions for banners with pompoms, two pillows, fabric animals, a quilt, a lampshade, memory board, pinwheel strands, and a happy birthday banner. To see the book on our website and order it, click here. To see the fabrics on our website ready to ship now please click here . When these fabrics are gone they are gone, so you probably will want to order them now. The book is only $24.95 and I guarantee it is one of the best sewing book values you have ever purchased. It is photographed by a very famous photographer, Tim Geaney who has photographed for Vogue magazine and other famous magazines. Ladies Home Journal says about Jennifer Paganelli, the author and fabric designer, “Jennifer Paganelli has a talent for creating whimsical pieces…blankets, flowered lamp shades, throw pillows…it’s inspiring.” Martha Pullen says, “Her patterns and fabrics are among the most creative and beautiful that have ever been developed. And the book, Girl’s World is a national treasure of sewing.”
I feel like a lucky gal!!!
So buy the book and get two yards Girls world Vibe Free when you show us your receipt from Martha Pullen’s site. Starts today 1/14/12 ends 2/14/12 Spread the word.
Martha has lots of Honey Child and I will say there is not lot around and grab it up while you can.
Jenny is an amazing designer that puts wonderful fabrics together to create that resort appeal. I think she was the one born on an island I’m just a poser!!! Love you Jenny. Take a look at this Rosetta bag that she made for her proud mama!! This is the large size and I wanted you all to see the scale..Isn’t that fun and frilly?? The girls over at You can make this will have a tutorial going on next month to show you how it’s done. Purchase your pattern here. Give a shout out to mama with her pretty bag ladies!!!
It’s what we love here. We get emails now and again that tell us of Sis Boom Sightings and we really and truly appreciate hearing about them..So Terri one of our die-hard fans emailed and told me about a quilt in this months Quilt Magazine by Karen Dumont of KariePatch Designs that really got our attention!! It is fabulous and the step by step is all there in the magazine. Karen chose Honey Child (which I saw plenty of at Lola Pink Fabric) to complete her quilt called Day at the lake which is really taking Bow Tie Blocks and standing them on their head. 3D no less. She along with Judy Jennings made a fabulous quilt that you have to have!! Thanks ladies!! Got a Sis boom Sighting to share?? We want to know.
Can you say that 10 times fast?! Wow! Looky how our friend Sassy Stitches By Lori pairs this refreshing combo from Honey Child and Queen Street!
We’re always up for a good ole Sis Boom clutch … something compact and bright that we can carry under our arm to an event. The beauty of something like this is that it can take you from a stroll at the park to an afternoon wedding!
Whose lucky baby will be wrapped in this goodness? The combination of blues tug at our heartstrings, and the the splashes of cocoa add a lusciousness that is the most yummy eye candy we could imagine! Eh-hem.. did you all see the back? This baby is going to be wrapped in straight up luxurious Sis Boom. Sew Fun by Monique, you are just the cat’s meow!
32×32 started out with Velentina in cocoa, Matilda in blue, Chandler in cocoa and Marie in blue from West Indies. Other coordinates from Honey Child, Queen Street and Flower Power.
Looking for a clean, sophisticated, versatile tunic with great structure, beautiful lines and… made from (blush) fabric that is near and dear to our hearts?? Well, look no further- Port Winsor is here!
This lovely duo, Katie Gordon and Lindsay Jeanloz, have designed a couple of stunning tunics that are fabulously elegant! They feature our Honey Child Mikaela and Dana, and they are sharp, sharp, sharp!
It’s often our dear friend, Melissa P, of 100 Billion Stars, that comes up with an ingenious project that just makes you say, “Why didn’t I think of that?!”…
Well, folks, she’s done it again! So while you’re all anxiously awaiting to find out whether you won the West Indies raffle (you have some time), try Melissa P’s tutorial out for mod podge hangers!! We promise you’ll have a blast!!
Imagine giving them as a gift to a new Mommy? Hanging them in your toddler’s closet… maybe even your closet?? How about hanging a mod podged pants hanger on the wall, clipped onto a photo? Just throwing some ideas out there!!…
Amy Anderson has it all wrapped up when it comes to Mod Podge influencing even the diehard users such as myself. Years ago I would create suitcases with Mod Podge from old Story Books. I always had a hard time with the finishing stage. Using varnishes and such , the suitcases couldn’t open would yellow etc… so then I tweeted to Amy what do we use to seal and Voila she tweeted back use a Matte acrylic sealer spray or paint on and look how lovely this turned out.
P.S. they do open. Just mod Podge and scraps and sealer. Hats off to our girl Amy!!
Thank you to Joy at Joyful Soul Fabrics!!!!! You have made my day!!! Folks are always looking for these products and now I can send them all to you!!! We are so proud to be a part of your amazing legacy..read her about us!!! We continue to wish you much success and thank you for choosing Sis Boom Fabrics. Blessings! oops Charm packs too!!!!!! Thanks Joy!!!