Tuesday, July 1, 2008

New Patterns from Lila Tueller Designs

This fuschia was growing in my neighbor's backyard! Can you believe those colors???

Now on to the next topic...I may or may not have mentioned that there would be patterns coming that would be available for sale through my blog. If I didn't mention that, I apologize! But anyway, they are here, and that is why I have not blogged for a while. I have been working non-stop stuffing patterns into little Ziploc bags!

These patterns will be available from many quilting shops across the country, or you can click on the link underneath the pictures on the upper right side of this blog, which will take you to my niece Chelsea's Pink Fig Fabrics online store. She will determine the retail pricing. One of my favorite retail stores, Hancocks of Paducah is also carrying my patterns, and some of the fabric too. You can pre-order the fabric there, so you can reserve some for yourself before the shipment arrives.
For those of you who want to do business wholesale, (like if you own a shop or online store), please email me at: Lilatuellerdesigns@gmail.com
and I will be happy to take care of you!

They are really fun projects, and you can let your creative juices flow with them! I hope you will enjoy them, and share with me what you have made!



pinkparpasoldesigns said...

I am so excited about your patterns. I have wanted to make that shirt sinse the first time Chelsea told me about it. Cant't wait! Where do I find your email address?


Barb Elder said...

You are amazing! I guess I could try and make a bag. But I am sure it just wouldn't be the same. I love my two bags that I got from you. I would like to get all the patterns from you. I could just bring by a check let me know or I will call you.

Pink Lemonade Boutique Bags said...

Love love love the peasant shirt!

Your version of the rag quilt tote is so fresh and fun!


the Material Girls Quilts said...

oh my gosh!!! Love your patterns, I would like to order 12 of each pattern for the shop but couldn't figure out how. Could you e-mail me or call. My info's on my web page.
the material girls quilts

Kass Martin said...

How fun. I didn't know that you were doing patterns too. It's surreal to have a famous aunt! I'm so happy for you.