Soft Spaces & more Children at Play

We’re starting to get more soft spaces in the house.  It’s been painful for me to not decorate my kids room when we first moved in to the house. When we moved in, I was in the beginning stages of getting fabric designed, and I knew I’d want to use Children at Play to decorate their room. The walls are the ugliest color, and we’ve been rather make shift with the space, but good things come to those who wait! I really hope to finish their space this summer, and really make it special. But it’s coming along, and it’s so wonderful to have these fabrics in their room…my kids love looking at all the details in the fabric. It’s really so wonderful to watch them so responsive, and it just makes all the hard work worth it.

These particular pillows were made by Susan, and I still can’t get over that hexagon pillow…all hand sewn and just gorgeous. Aren’t they amazing? When we moved in, I was in the beginnings of get fabric designed, and so I didn’t dare touch my children’s bedroom because I knew I’d just want to sew for them with Children at Play fabric. So, the walls are still brown, but it’s starting to be a much more welcome space.

These fabrics are a mix of the Meadow and Playhose line, fyi.I knew you’d ask:)

And, for the update, I just got word from Michael Miller, that the fabric is shipping out next week! I’ll be making a list of retailers soon, so you can get it from your favorite shop. Horray! It’s finally coming…can you believe it?

xo

sarah

 

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  • http://www.beyondwordsdesigns.com Stephanie

    The room is beautiful! Your little ones are so cozy in your new fun and playful fabric. So excited to see it in stores soon!

  • http://www.rodi-art.com/blog Rodi

    I can almost hear them laughing! This corner is amazing, so cheerful and fun! And “soft spaces” is such a darling expression, I’ve never thought about it before :)

  • Liz Rose

    I love the hexagon patchwork cushion too! it all looks so pretty,and I am seriously thinking of getting the fabric family tree, its beautiful,, your work is amazing!

  • http://alanandkatiesabin.blogspot.com/ katie

    Such happy darling fabric! And super cute kids too!

  • http://www.tashahorsley.typepad.com tasha

    it’s so darling sarah! the room will be perfect!

    i’ll for sure be getting some of your fabrics. :)

  • http://fushmush.net jess @ fushmush

    Love the hexagon cushion. I can’t wait for the fabric range to be in shops. It’s so purty.

  • Beth

    Love the pillows and the fabric! How special to have fabric that is from their mommy’s art, too! I’ll have to start saving some $ to buy some fabric! Your kids are adorable, too!

  • http://raggiegirls.blogspot.com Shayla Sharp

    I can’t wait! So adorable and beautiful, I can think of dozens of projects already!

  • http://cantamananasdeco.blogspot.com/ maria clara

    Hello sarah jane!! I admire you so much…
    I want to buy your fabrics!!!
    Regards for you!!
    hola sarah jane !! te admiro tanto…
    quiero comprar tus telas !!!
    saludos para ti !!

  • http://www.sewgrown.blogspot.com Steffanie Mormino

    I blog stalk you weekly hoping it’s time!!! Yea! I can’t wait to do my boys room up with your new fab fabrics. I have drapes, bean bags, cushions, quilts, and some fun pillows planned. You are the best and I can’t wait to see what’s next!

  • http://www.sewgrown.blogspot.com Steffanie Mormino

    Oh, I meant to ask. Can you do a tutorial on those fabric airplane wall hangings you had at the quilt fair. Those were the best!

  • http://www.sugarpatchbaby.com Sugar Patch Baby

    Love the fabrics! Such warm colors. I’m sure the finished space will be amazing.

  • Ali

    Love the fabric you designed and love that you chose to use it as bedding for your kid’s rooms! So beautiful!

    I feel like my kid’s rooms are works in progress too. I get to layer their rooms bits and pieces and inspiration, time, energy and money are available!!

    ~ Ali

  • http://amaidenhairfern.blogspot.com Linda

    I’m making the family tree for my grand daughter. How do you recommend putting the info on? I’d prefer to use a permenant pen, not really up to embroidery. What o you think?