How's your holiday going? A Monday off work always comes in handy right?
Well, I wish I'd knew what that looks like! Holidays don't apply to me when it comes to designing my next collections, choosing the colors, drawing, creating new patterns, writing, making samples, and getting done everything that's on the everlasting to-do list tattooed in my head!
But oh well, I'm so passionate about what I do (and designing has to be my favorite stage!), that I almost don't mind skipping the holiday this time...
I wanted to thank you all for your lovely comments on my booth at Market, besides creating something appealing and inspiring for the shops, I really have YOU gals in mind too when I think about the whole display... So it fills me with joy to know that you actually like it!
But hey! The booth is not everything. This time around we decided to step it up a notch and go for the showroom!
Now imagine this: you have a 10x10 feet white cubicle ready to be filled up with whatever you want and however you want it, with the challenge that it MUST make your fabrics look absolutely stunning. Sounds like quite a task, right?
After days and days of thinking and raw-sketching (well, reaaaally raw I must confess), this is what we came up with, hope you like it!
Voila! How do you like it so far? The entire showroom was like a tribute to my Paradise collection... the whole concept of it was to make a mirror image using the opposite colorways (those quilts are twins!), and I personally think we executed pretty well... What do you think?
This is the "Sunrise" colorway...
Aaaand, the Sunset...
And last but not least, this is me looking picture-ready trying to match the prettiness of the showroom!
What do you think? Your feedback to me is sooo important!
Oh and by the way, Paradise will be available in August (just in case you were wondering when you could put your super crafty hands on that fabric!) so be sure to check out your local quilt shop!
A bunch of exciting projects are coming up, so be prepared to see some interesting stuff going on here at Art Gallery...
Back to work now!