when edith minne of renaissance ribbons approached me about possible working with them on a ribbon collection, i nearly fainted, right there on the red carpeted isle of quilt market. they are an absolute dream company of mine, and i've enjoyed using their ribbons for several projects over the last few years (like this one and this one!). today, i am beyond happy to announce my very first line of woven jacquard ribbons with them based on my last two fabric collections winged and sweet as honey! i know you'll fall in love with renaissance ribbons and enjoy perusing other collections by some of my favorite designers, amy butler, tula pink, dena designs, anna maria horner, sue spargo and more! the ribbons are available both on renaissance ribbon's retail website and on my mom's quilt shop website, a stitch in time.
most of the ribbons coordinate with my last few springy fabric lines (all of which are still available!). above you'll see the ones that correlate with sweet as honey, and below you'll see the ones that best match winged.
above you'll also see a lovely fabric box renaissance ribbons made during the winged blog tour. this is such a sweet project, don't you think? you can visit their blog for more info on the pattern and process.
my mom, maxie makes, and i are counterparts today, as she's posting about ribbons too! be sure to visit her blog to see several projects made with renaissance ribbons and even see a surprise she hid for me in the post. very sneaky, mom (and i love it!!!).