Friday, May 22, 2009

Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Hear Ye!

Back in March I received an email from the amazingly wonderful Dana at Old Red Barn Co. And do you know what that email said? Well of course you don't (unless you're my Hubby or my Mom). In that email Dana asked Revel Design (my graphic design studio) to partake in quite an adventure that combined two of my passions...sewing and graphic design. Ya see, she wanted me to design the marketing materials for her Sew-Along that she is having. Ya know, that one where she's giving away a Janome 6600P Sewing Machine? Yeah. That one. So of course I jumped on board - full of enthusiasm!

But wait - it gets better. Not only were the designs that I created going to be posted on her blog, but they were going to go as 11x17 posters and 8.5x5.5 flyers to the International Quilt Market in Pittsburgh - AND they were going to be handed out by Paula Prass at the Michael Miller Fabrics booth. Can you say Holy Cow?!! I was so delighted and so excited to partake in such an opportunity. Not only have I been able to collaborate with Dana, but I've also been able to connect with Paula Prass (who lives here in Indiana). I just love doing what I do.

Now I'm sure many of you have already seen these graphics if you've been to Dana's site...but just in case...here they are again.



P.S. To see more of my design work, check out www.reveldesignstudio.com.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!!!!!!!!
LOVE, MUMMA:)

Amber said...

How exciting!!! Congratulations...maybe soon we'll be buying fabric designed by Sarah :-)

amylouwho said...

That is so cool! I was wondering who designed the buttons/logos/etc. They are very cute!

I would like to see your fabric line too.

I'm really bummed I didn't pursue design in school....

Dana said...

You are going places girl. Can't wait to see all the tricks you have up your sleeve. And a future quilt made with Sarah Pead fabric is definitely in my future.

Thank you.

Amy - Park City Girl said...

I've looked at the graphics for it, thinking how stinkin' cute they are! Great job!!

tara said...

Hey, thats awesome. I didnt know you designed that. Congratulations.

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