StudioE Fabrics Designer RSVP Program Takes Flight

We are inviting authors, pattern makers, and template designers (micro-influencers) to create a 16″ block with Peppered Cottons in their personal and unique style.

We will feature the designer and their block right here on the Studioe Blog and on our Studioe Fabrics Facebook page in a manner that highlights their career, talents and skills including showing off the block they produced for StudioE Fabrics.

We will show a few of the early Designer RSVP blocks at the upcoming October 2017 Schoolhouse, and show some of the early blocks in our booth at Quilt Market.

What we want to do is to show this concept to shop owners in the schoolhouse that Pepper Cory is giving called  “How to use and adapt a Designer RSVP program” to aid in the shop’s marketing mix.

At the end of the 12-months Pepper will make a (or maybe two) quilts with all the blocks.

Stay tuned here for DESIGNER RSVP highlights where we will introduce you to the awesome group of designers, and show off their talents.

This is a great time to revisit the beauty and glamour of Peppered Cottons!

Author: Vanessa Denniston

Digital Marketing Manager

7 thoughts on “StudioE Fabrics Designer RSVP Program Takes Flight”

  1. How exciting Vanessa! I love how StudioE strives to get the “micro-influencers” involved. And I mist say that I just LOVE Peppered Cottons. Thanks for looking out for the “little people”!

  2. This project sounds awesome! I cannot wait to see its results. My daughter (18) is starting to sew up her first quilt and I haven’t begun to put mine together since we have only one machine between us. I’m proud of her and cannot wait to see her finish. This will be her first sewing project ever!
    We both work in a fabric store and I love your Fabrics and am hoping we order more from Quit Market meetings!

  3. Please consider sending sewing machines to: Santa Rosa Quilt Guild, P. O. Box 9251, Santa Rosa, CA 95405. Many members and other sewers lost everything in the wild fires. I’ve been given this information as a result of a request for fabric donations. Anything related to sewing and quilting would be greatly appreciated.

    1. With all due respect, the machines are for individuals that ask on behalf of themselves or a family member of friend. I prefer not to just donate to a group. Please have some individuals send their own personal requests. Thanks for understanding. Scott

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