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    thankful gratitude journal…

    Thankful Gratitude Journal by Tammy Tutterow | www.timholtz.com

    it’s always inspiring when i see someone take the ordinary and creatively alter it into the extraordinary. today media specialist tammy tutterow shows us how to customize a worn cover journal using my eclectic elements fabrics. even if you’re not an expert at sewing, tammy takes us through step by step to inspire you to Continue Reading

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    eclectic elements fall quilt market 2014…

    hello everyone! we’re back from the fall quilt market and excited to share some of the highlights with you.  i’m always amazed by this market and the incredible things people create with fabrics. we arrived on the show floor early friday morning to unpack our crates and begin setting up the booth.  mario, paula, and Continue Reading

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    gypsy butterfly brooch…

    one of my favorite things about designing fabric is the ability to merge that surface with products I also design for the paper craft world. today, media team vicki boutin shares a clever project that can be work or used as an adornment for a journal cover or anything else you can image. get ready Continue Reading

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    autumn wreath…

    with autumn just around the corner, media team richele christensen shares a great way to use your papercraft tools for a home decor project.  by combining the new layered leaf die from sizzix and the timeless earthly palette of distress she created realistic textured leaves from paper.  simple add them to a twig wreath intertwined Continue Reading

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    live simply burlap panel…

    Live Simply Burlap Panel by Tammy Tutterow | www.timholtz.com

    i always love the timeless vintage style of media team tammy tutterow.  her ability to infuse textiles reminiscent of old millinery has always inspired me.  the mix of shabby colors and a touch of nostalgic sparkle combined with assorted ephemera is tammy’s classic style.  i love the variety of products she uses to create such Continue Reading

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    eclectic elements tablet sleeve…

    Eclectic Elements Tablet Sleeve by Tammy Tutterow | www.timholtz.com

    i’m thrilled to begin sharing all of the creativity my media team has been working on. today tammy tutterow kicks things off with a project using my eclectic elements fabric. tammy has always impressed me with her ability to incorporate fabric with paper crafting tools and accents. whether you sew or not, i’m sure you’ll Continue Reading

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    congrats eclectic elements fabric winners…

    thanks for all of the wonderful comments about the new collection of eclectic elements fabrics.  i am so excited to start seeing projects created with them when they start shipping in june.  i’ve also been so inspired by the many creations using my first release of eclectic elements fabrics.  be sure to let us know Continue Reading

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    eclectic elements spring quilt market 2014…

    we are back from attending the spring quilt market in pittsburgh, pennsylvania this past weekend.  it was so exciting to launch my second collection of eclectic elements fabric with coats/westminster.  the response from our debut launch last spring was so good that all of the original 24 designs are still being produced in addition to Continue Reading

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    eclectic elements fabric is shipping…

    today was a good day around the studio.  i received news from coats that all 24 designs of my new eclectic elements fabric that debuted at quilt market earlier this year are in stock and shipping now!  that means all of the yardage, fat quarters, and design rolls are making their way to a local Continue Reading

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    eclectic elements fabric inspiration…

    today i wanted to share some links to a few projects featuring my new eclectic elements fabric from coats & clark.  first up is their newsletter “sewing secrets” – click here to view it and be sure to sign up for future issues by scrolling to the bottom and clicking “join our newsletter”.  it’s filled Continue Reading