Creating & Sewing with Renaissance Ribbons

AMY BUTLER, Grand Premier Ribbon Collection.

Feb 16 2014 0 Comments Tags: Archive

[caption id="attachment_592" align="aligncenter" width="566"] Brocade, Blossoms, Petals and Mosaic: first Collection of Amy Butler's Renaissance Ribbons[/caption] We are thrilled to present our newest ribbon designer, Amy Butler! See her first collection of 10 gorgeous styles. Buy all 10 and receive a 5% discount until the end of the year! And from Amy (the feeling is mutual!): " I am completely smitten with my first collection for Renaissance Ribbons! My Neo Victorian designs are inspired by antique sari prints, and ethnic geometric borders. I'm loving the mixable feel to the group which makes room for lots of possibilities and combinations, and...

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From Pat Sloan's blog! A give away of Sue Spargo's Renaissance Ribbons

Feb 16 2014 1 Comment Tags: Archive

Just follow Pat's instructions to get a chance to receive a very nice Prize of Elaine's Schmidt Ribbon books and a selection of Sue Spargo Holiday Ribbon     We are giving away a copy of Elaine's book on Ribbons, which is really amazing. So many ideas you head will explode! EASY ideas.. I like that part. Plus Renaissance Ribbons gave me a prize package of Sue Spargo ribbons.. you know.. to get you started! Click HERE to listen to me interview Elaine on Sept 10, 2012 Visit Elaine online at **** QUESTION **** What is YOUR favorite drink.....

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Great new project and Tutorial from "Sew4Home" for Renaissance Ribbons

Feb 16 2014 0 Comments Tags: Archive, Sew4Home, Sewing Project

From Sew 4 Home: "Jacquard ribbons are exquisitely woven, richly colored and simply beautiful. Today’s sponsor, Renaissance Ribbons is known throughout the industry for supplying some of the loveliest and most unique Jacquard ribbons available. Most of the designer ribbons are created by some of your favorite designers, such as Kaffe Fassett, Anna Maria Horner and Sue Spargo. Designer ribbons are a wonderful way to instantly add intricate style to a project. Today’s unique barrel tote with its detachable strap, uses them to their best advantage, adding just the right dash of drama.  This bag would be considered an advanced...

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Ribbon Dress by Laura Foster Nicholson

Feb 16 2014 0 Comments Tags: Archive

Laura Foster Nicholson (LFN Textiles) designed the ribbon and the dress! A lovely piece to feature the art of weaving ribbon together to create a fabric... We were just missing the model to wear it! and here she came from the ballerina world..lovely Flora put it on and could not stop dancing!

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Guest Blogger Elaine Schmidt

Feb 16 2014 0 Comments Tags: Designer Elaine Schmidt

Hi.  My name is Elaine Schmidt and I am delighted to be a regular guest blogger for Renaissance Ribbons. My love affair with ribbons started quite awhile ago.  As long as I can remember, I have collected ribbons – salvaged lengths from Christmas and birthday gifts, antique snippets from grandmother’s sewing basket, treasures from a flea market and the oh so many impulse purchases of wonderful ribbons “I just had to have”. I love playing with the ribbon lengths, rolls and remnants in my stash, organizing the different types, colors and patterns, and combining them as inspiration for my next...

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Lavender and Linen a great marriage!

Feb 16 2014 1 Comment Tags: Archive, Sewing Project

For many years we have offered this wonderful french lavender linen ribbon, it captures an impression of a home garden and has always been appreciated by all of you! Recently, I came across a great source of high quality linen fabric, it is called I could not resist getting some yardage in the many colors... then they also send some easy projects to sew with their voila, my Saturday morning was happily occupied making the "Handy Linen Sac" , and of course I had to use some ribbons and the French Lavender Linen ribbon was the choice..see the...

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