In the Studio, Textile Journal Covers
A blue and green flowered skirt, a blue lace shift and a deep orange shirt were among the garments Denise and I scissored up to make four fabric covers for composition books last Friday. Here are the results of our two hour book fest in the studio. We took these to Zuzu’s in Norwich, Vermont. More new items are appearing on the henhouse and ilo shop this week.
I’m pretty fond of the orange and pear. Do you have a favorite?
There will be more.
Join the discussion and tell us your opinion.
I do like the orange and pear but the teapot is my favorite – of course! – Mom
Of course! Did you recognize that fabric? xox
I love the orange and pear! Great colours! They’re all so pretty though.
It is still my favorite too. Thanks!
No, I was so focused on the teapot! So, yes, the striking background is strikingly familiar…. – Mom again
I’m partial to the Orange & Pear! 🙂 Adorable all.
These are great! Of course I’m partial to the flower!
Oh wow they are all just so wonderful!
I love these! The teapot is my favourite :)) any chance you will be posting a tutorial?
Yes, I’ll get working on a tutorial soon. So glad you like.
Yay! Thank u!!
These make me oooh and giggle. How do I get one for myself?
Love it! I’ll try to put some on the shop soon. Is there a particular one you like?
Oh these are so spiffy. That’s how a journal should look: comfortable, like a pair of soft slippers and the warm aroma of coffee beans.
Thanks, David. Perhaps coffee beans and slippers should be on a future cover!
The Blue Bird is my favorite. Did you use a pattern?
I made the pattern up. One of these days I’ll post a tutorial—stay tuned!