Yes...it's that time. There are two lucky winners that have been chosen, and as promised...one will receive the Olfa gift of a mini cutting mat and rotary cutter, and one will receive a wonderful bundle of fabrics from yours truly.
Here we go...
Winner of the Olfa gift set:
Maree in NC !!
Winner of the Lila Tueller fabric bundle:
Jenny of Elefantz !!
Congratulations to the winners! I am so grateful for all of you who entered, you are all worthy of winning, and it is always hard for me to only get to choose two. Please know that you all should have won (in a perfect world) Right?
Winners: Please email me with your mailing addresses as soon as you can.
Lila tueller designs at g mail dot com
Tuesday, July 1, 2014
Posted by Lila Tueller at 9:28 AM
Thursday, June 26, 2014
This year, OLFA is celebrating the 35th anniversary of the
invention of the rotary cutter. Developed by OLFA in 1979, this
technology forever changed quilting by providing the sharpest cuts and
paving the way for more elaborate
and time-intensive projects.
I have been using Olfa products for years. I couldn't do without my Olfa rotary cutter, mats and rulers. If you are a quilter at all, I'm sure you will agree that these products have made our lives so much easier...It's impossible to put a dollar amount on what they have done for us.
Because this is their 35th birthday, I have been given the opportunity to share some of their products with you! The winner of my little contest will receive a special Olfa kit, shipped directly from their warehouse.
This kit includes an OLFA rotary cutter and a small cutting mat. Perhaps you are just learning to quilt, or your daughter is learning...or maybe you just have never tried Olfa products before. This is a great chance for you to win something wonderful for free!
I am also adding a second prize which is a fabric bundle of some of my super hard to find pieces from past collections, as well as some from my newest collection..."Splendor" for Riley Blake. This will be a separate winner... So two lucky people get prizes! Yay!
Here's all you need to do:
Leave a comment here telling me why you want to win! That's it...and do it before Monday night June 30th at 12:00 midnight mountain standard time...and you will be included in the drawing!
Posted by Lila Tueller at 4:12 PM
Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Thanks to all of the friends who commented/entered the Splendor Giveaway!
I love you all and wish you could all get a prize!
The Winners are:
Toni Viega Hougham!
Once again, there could have been many more entrants chosen to win, please don't feel less than loved!
If the winners could please send me an email with their mailing addresses, that would be wonderful!
Thanks and congratulations to the winners!
Posted by Lila Tueller at 9:04 AM
Friday, April 25, 2014
Yes... I am still living. No...I did not skip the country.
I have just been "away" temporarily... but I am baaaack!
TIME FOR A GIVEAWAY!!
Anybody seen my new fabric collection for Riley Blake called "SPLENDOR"?
It's just being shipped out now, to shops all over the country and the world.
I thought it would be nice to give some of it away!
The pictures below are of the One Yard Bundles... which are one yard cuts of all seven prints of each colorway.
I am giving one of these bundles to three lucky winners! The first two winners to reply get to pick the bundle they want:)
How to enter:
Just comment on why you want them!
Please only comment once!
Please share the contest with others through your favorite social media channels!
Here is the Blue/Green colorway:
Here is the "Multi" colorway:
And this is the Pink/Yellow colorway:
Thanks to all my loyal friends who have already ordered Splendor for their shops! I love you all so much!
I'm getting ready for quilt market in May, and cant wait to show you all the pretty things we have been making for this collection!
GOOD LUCK to all the entrants!
Posted by Lila Tueller at 12:02 AM
Tuesday, June 18, 2013
OKAY! Well thank you to all of you who commented on Why You Love fabric!
Clearly there are lots and lots of fabriholics out there!
I am wondering if there is a support group for fabric hoarders and the people who live with them and deal with their addiction! I am one of those people, (a hoarder) so I can relate to everyone who made a comment, and I am not ashamed to admit it:)
Now let me get down to business and announce the WINNERS! (DRUMROLL PLEASE...)
The winner of the Laminated "Priscilla"
Metro Slouch Bag is....
The winner of the 10" stack of Priscilla fabric is...
The winner of the rollie pollie of Priscilla Fabric is:
The winner of the fat quarter bundle of Priscilla fabric is"
GALE KY QUILTER!
To the winners: Please send me an email: email@example.com with your MAILING address so I can send you your prize!
Thanks to all of you who entered! It's always so hard to not let everyone be a winner! I wish I had enough fabric to go around to all of you! I love you all for being such a great support to me, and for loving fabric like you do!
Posted by Lila Tueller at 10:23 PM
Monday, June 17, 2013
BLOG HOP Stop #11 ... Lila Tueller!
Here are some highlights:
The pattern is designed for either laminated cotton, or regular quilting weight or decor weight cotton fabrics. These are done in my "Fiona's Fancy" laminated coordinates.
Another great thing about this pattern is the hardware! This is the thing that makes it look professionally made and high-fashion. The hardware kits are included in the class supplies, along with the pattern and all the materials you will need to make the clutch. Won't it be fun??
The Everyday Wrap Skirt:
Now For the Giveaway!
I will be giving away this beautiful Metro Slouch Bag made from my "Priscilla" collection in laminated cotton!
This bag has lots of great features. There are multiple inside pockets, lots of interior space to keep all your necessities, an elasticized side pocket on the outside for your cell phone, a wide shoulder strap for comfort, and even a cute little jeweled tassel!
Make a comment about why you love fabric and I will choose one winner at random within 48 hours!
Additional prizes of Priscilla fabric pre-cuts will also be awarded!
Don't forget to check out tomorrow's blog hop post: Amy Smart of Diary of a Quilter
Lori Holt of Bee in My Bonnet
Posted by Lila Tueller at 9:34 AM
Friday, June 7, 2013
Hello blogworld friends...I have been away for too long! You may not have noticed, but I sure have! I guess I've been really busy doing 100 other things, and forgot I even have a blog!
Well I have made a mid-year resolution to start writing much more often! There's a lot of stuff I could be talking to you about, but I guess it requires more work than I have had energy for recently. But I will do better!
First of all, I recently returned from a trip to Spokane, Washington, where I taught a class in a really beautiful quilt shop called The Top Stitch. It is owned and operated by my new friend Carrie Jarvis, who invited me to come and do a class after she attended another class I did in Spokane a year ago. We had a really good time together making the Casual Clutch pattern, and had a little lunch as well!
Here are some pictures I stole from Carrie's Facebook page of the event! (Thanks Carrie!)
A fuzzy one of me holding up the pattern piece we are cutting out...
Christine with her new black and white purse! She went home and added a red
button to it.
Other adorable class attendees!!!
Everyone took home a really cute Casual Clutch they had made in the class! It was a lot of fun:) Didn't they all do great work?
This is a closeup of the clutch Dana (see below) made...isn't it adorable? Love the pop-out buttons in the centers of the flowers!
Then I got to stay and visit my dear friend Dana who lives in Spokane as well! I stayed for a whole week! She treated me to all kinds of fun outings...an art festival, Farm Chicks, and lots of fancy dinners and lunches out on the town!
Here's a picture of Dana and I and her daughter Jessica at quilt market this past May in Portland! (That's another event I have neglected to talk about!) But I digress...
She came because Portland is sorta close to Spokane...and cause we could play!!
This is Dana and her husband Dave. Aren't they a cute couple?? They made me feel really welcome and comfortable in their home while I stayed...and stayed...
Dave was very patient, although he did make a few jokes about the bad influence I was on his wife! Let's just say she didn't get a whole lot of work done while I was there, haha!
But she did manage to make a delicious Italian dinner for her family on Sunday, complete with Lasagne and homemade ravioli! YUM!! (Wish I had a picture of that)
One thing I really enjoyed about Spokane was the beautiful park near Dana's home. It's called Manito Park, (I think) and it is just gorgeous! Here are some pictures I took of the park when I was walking one morning.
Its really green, and the flowers were just starting to really bloom nicely! I couldn't get enough of it!
So that's the latest news...and while I was uploading pictures for this post I saw a bunch of pictures I took at quilt market in May that I never posted about! What is WRONG with me?
So I promise to get back to that right away! (That resolution I made)
My newest fabric collection called Priscilla is on the shelves now, so this is the time to get some! Here's a little plug for Dana...she has an online fabric store: Fabriphoria.com, where you can order my fabrics,
and her Facebook page too! You should definitely order some from her!!!
Check back on the 17th of June for my Fabric Fest Blog Hop post and giveaway!!
Thanks for visiting!
Posted by Lila Tueller at 11:45 PM
Friday, April 5, 2013
Just wanted to make sure everyone got the memo! I realize that I should have made an announcement on here, instead of just on my Facebook page...so here it is!
THE $2 PATTERN SALE IS NOW OVER! and it was really successful! Thanks to all of you who ordered!
Posted by Lila Tueller at 7:32 PM
Monday, February 4, 2013
I have recently been doing a little re-org with Chelsea of Pink Fig Patterns, who has been selling my patterns for me.
For quite a while we had this little deal going, but recently Chelsea has been doing a makeover in several areas of her life, which we all do now and again, or should! One of the things she decided to "let go" of is the selling of my patterns on her website. I am totally supportive of this change she is making, and am frankly surprised that she didn't do it before now!
I will be coming up with a new website for selling my patterns both retail and wholesale. Until that time, if you want to order patterns from me, please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will work out everything that way until I have a new site up and running. Sorry for the confusion or inconvenience this may have already caused you!
In the meantime, I am doing a little
This sale is effective for the next 2 weeks or while supplies last!
Wholesale customers: please email me: email@example.com
You can view these patterns on the right sidebar...just scroll down a bit!
The Funked Out Peasant Blouse
The Bohemian Bag
The Snazzy Bag
The Posie Bag
The Sophisticate Skirt
The Athena/Calista Skirts
The Stella Skirt
The London Top/Dress tween sizes
The Abigail Dress/Top tween sizes
Day at the Park Jacket, Pants, Skirt and Cap (child)
The Lollipop-Lola Sundress, Hat and Shorts
The Halle Rose Baby Blanket
The Soire'e Quilt
The Orchard Basket Quilt
The Woodland Bloom Quilt
Pillow Pop Pillow Covers
The Natalie Bedding Set
Posted by Lila Tueller at 6:46 PM
Thursday, January 24, 2013
Hey you guys!
It's me again...I know I know, I am the worst blogger in the whole world! It's been a whirlwind since Christmas day when we had a little fire in our house which caused me all sorts of drama ever since! Everything in the house was damaged by the smoke it seems, and we have been busy cleaning and painting and laying carpet...etc. So that's my excuse for now.
But guess what!?
I am really excited because I just saw the final prints for my newest collection to be debuting at the May Quilt Market in Portland!
The collection is called..."Priscilla"
It is full of soft color that will be perfect for spring and summer sewing...for quilts, clothing, accessories, bedding, you name it! There will be a few laminates as well...which make for some great bags and such!
Major Tip of the Day: I also recommend recovering your kitchen chair cushions in laminated cotton, because then you can wipe off the spills instead of freaking out!! I just got a new kitchen table and chairs (a-la the fire) and as soon as I get a second I am going to recover the cushions in laminate even though we haven't even gotten them dirty yet! Not even gonna wait for that.
So here is a little sneak peek for you!
And the link to view the whole collection:
It's a little softer than I have done in a while! I hope it will be fun to work with...maybe a baby girl's nursery, or a big girl's bedroom! Maybe just some fun dresses or skirts. I hope you will enjoy it, and ask for it from your local quilt shop!
Posted by Lila Tueller at 8:00 PM
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
The Every Day Wrap Skirt ( designed to fit pretty much everyone)
And the Luggage Tags pattern:
These are a couple of fast and easy projects that would work really well as last minute gifts for friends or family!
If you want to download either of these or both, please go to the right sidebar, right near the top. They are easy to find!
You will want to use 8.5" X 11" card stock to print off the templates portion of the Luggage Tags. It will make your life a lot easier if you do.
So I recommend that you load your printer as follows: 2 pages of white card stock on the top, with at least 5 pages of plain paper underneath. The pattern will print in reverse order, so that your templates are printed on the card stock first, then the directions on the plain paper, ending with the title page.
Merry Christmas! and Happy Sewing for the New Year!
Posted by Lila Tueller at 9:39 PM
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
I had a really great time in Houston, getting a chance to reunite with lots of friends, and meeting some new ones too! It's always a good chance for me to get some fresh inspiration and motivation as well. The creative juices flow freely after market, every time I go.
It's time to do a little booth expo for all of you who were not there to see it in person.
This below, is a shot of my booth. The fabric collection we are focusing on here is called Mystique. It is essentially a collection of blacks, whites and greys that can be mixed and matched with solids or just each other to create a whole bunch of interesting looks.
This is a closeup shot of some items we made featuring Mystique. You can see the Cambridge Cargo Bag, made up in the Grey floral and dot. There is also a framed watercolor I did, matted out in the black floral.
Here you can see a little closeup shot of the dessert table. If you had come to my booth, you would have gotten a sample of my homemade chocolate walnut fudge, and my homemade licorice caramels! We also had little black boxes filled with yummy creamy mint sandwiches!
You can also get a little glimpse of some of the new fancy clutches, which is a great new pattern on its way from my partner Michelle at Golightly Sewing Studio. Notice also the shots of the dress!
See that photo album?? I wish each and every one of you had taken a look at this album. It was shot and put together by my really close friend Lisa Coplen. Words cannot express the time, talent and love that went into what she did for me in creating the theme for this booth. The photos were EXQUISITE!! If you ever need a wedding photographer who will blow your mind, it's this girl. That's all I can say!!
This is the sweet little dress made from my Mystique fabric in grey by Chelsea at Pink Fig Design. She made this pattern for a magazine. I'll have to find out more about that so you can get your hands on it if you are interested!
There are also a couple of cool quilts shown here from Mystique. Many of the quilts shown in the booth are available through Riley Blake.
The display you see below is showcasing the new Sundance Coats pattern, the Savannah Breeze Dress and Top pattern, and the Charlotte Sunshine Tween pattern which are new and available now! email:firstname.lastname@example.org to order
Another view of the Sweet Clutches pattern:
Oh...and did I mention that my booth won an award?? Second place in my category. That's pretty good out of 2300 booths!
This below is me during my schoolhouse. I am wearing the Every day Wrap Skirt pattern which I handed out to all the attendees. You can find this pattern on my blog very soon!
And this is Michelle Golightly, below, at the same schoolhouse event talking about her new patterns.
I did a little make and take mini class teaching how to make luggage tags!
This pattern will also be available on my blog very soon!
Just a little bit of fun...This is David Butler and Ty Pennington here with Chelsea and I. (!!) :0
This below is my daughter Natalie and her friend Nick English who came along for the quilt market ride. I think they had a lot of fun goofing off in Houston, actually. Quilt Market wasn't exactly their scene:)
And last but not least, late night eats at Cheesecake Factory in Houston. Absolutely the BEST!!
Left to right: Michelle Golightly, Chelsea Andersen, Myself, Dana English
All in all, I had a really great time at market! Hope you enjoyed the pictures!!!
Posted by Lila Tueller at 5:44 PM