Posts tagged ‘ed emberley’

Spring Quilt Market 2013: Cloud9 Fabrics – Fall-Winter 2013-2014

Earlier, we showed Cloud9′s summer 2013 collections, now here’s what’s coming in fall and winter, including collections several new designers. Dem Bones is Sarah Watson’s delightful take on human anatomy. “People are really excited about this because they can make something that teenage boys won’t be embarrassed by,” says Michelle. Accordingly, Dem Bones ties made [...]

Spring Quilt Market 2012: Cloud9 Fabrics

{ All photos by Ellen Luckett Baker of The Long Thread } At each market the continuing growth of Cloud9 Fabrics is evident. I know to some it might seem like a small thing, but this was their first market with professionally made headers (swatches assembled on a hanger bound together up top with printed cardstock containing [...]

Fall Quilt Market 2011: Cloud 9 – Happy Drawing by Ed Emberley

In the first post I mentioned how Cloud9 is growing. Not only are they moving in to bona fide headquarters soon, they have a new partnership with the legendary artist Ed Emberley. He formed (at least) an entire generation of artists with his drawing books, so I can’t be more excited to see him on [...]

Ed Emberley Fabrics

The books of Ed Emberley, children’s author/artist/drawing-teacher-to-millions, were a huge part of my childhood. Japanese companies have been licensing his work for a while now, putting it on all kinds of textiles, stationery, accessories, etc., including fabric yardage. I featured this fabric a while back, and now there’s a new mini-collection being sold by This [...]

Textile Stew: 9/25/09

Mod Green Pod’s new Luxury Solids Collection has arrived, and is in the shop. Ooh boy … another wave of Ed Emberley licensed textiles! via print & pattern Tanya Whelan is giving away a fat quarter pack of her new line Dolce, courtesy of the Fat Quarter Shop. Ink & Spindle is having another Open [...]

Japanese Fabric of the Week: Ed Emberley!

A couple years ago there was a Japanese line of Ed Emberley products in Japan (totes and clocks and other goods … you can still find the totes online but I’m not so sure of the other stuff). I was puzzled why it didn’t make it over here. Does any American child of the 1960s [...]