At CHA, I had my eye out for ribbons and trims. At Doodlebug Design I spotted Doodle Twine in their happy color palette:
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We spotted buttons as embellishments all over the place at CHA:
These were at Buttons Galore and More
Dill Buttons of America has chunky and funky shaped buttons:
What do you think? Are buttons still crazy hot in your crafting?
People are starting to catch on to the technique of using die cutting with fabric to make quilts. At CHA, we saw these marvelous examples of die cut quilts at the Sizzix booth.
At CHA we spotted beautiful floral embellishments at Petaloo.
Petaloo has these nice Flora-Doodles in color coordinated packs to match up with your projects.
I really liked their Color Me Crazy line.
Premier Yarns has lovely fibers for knitters and crocheters.
This Serenity Chunky Glitter Yarn is very soft and supple.
Which Premier Yarn are you most excited to try?
We spotted lots of stitching at CHA!
Dimensions by EK Success has cool new embroidery kits designed by Claudine Hellmuth:
I was pretty excited to see crewelwork kits by Dimensions at EK Success.
Dimensions also has fun projects for the holidays using felt applique and embroidery stitches.
Look at the embroidery on the very appealing felt supplies from Handbehg Felts:
Panchakanya Nepal Enterprises also has thick natural felted wool in appealing colors for your projects.
I like these beaded applique squares:
Traditional cross stitch is very meditative!
We R Memory Keepers offers innovative tools to make it easy to embroider on your paper and card projects.
They have the Sew Easy in this nice kit with a colorful variety of threads:
Now they have the new Sew Stamper. You can get the look of stitching with a simple rolling stamp.
We R Memory Keepers Sew Ribbon tool really makes an impression:
Spotted at The Upholstery Studio booth: kits to upholster your own customized tuffet!
They showed me how quick and easy it is to use this beautiful embroidery on heavy linen to upholster a smooth oval tuffet. This one doesn’t have its feet yet: