Meet local Nevada City girl- Terry McFeely! She shares her love for all things diy and her passion for quilting and sewing with us through the easy to use and sophisticated patterns she makes so that you can be a diy’er too! She founded Terial Arts™ in 2012 after inventing Terial Magic™ and creating several patterns for fabric art. The idea struck her after her daughter’s wedding for which, together, they made 800 fabric flowers for napkin decorations turned into brooches for each guest, plus centerpieces. Terry was frustrated with how the fabric frayed both during the making of and over time after finished. She came up with Terial Magic™ and now you too can create beautiful fabric flowers without the fray! The Terial Arts company brings you the most lush, elegant, yet easy to make flowers on the market! Terry is dedicated to her customers and provides very high quality illustrations, descriptions and images to make your fabric flower creations easy and fun.
Terry has been a Jane of All Trades with a background in engineering, drafting, home design, clothing design, bag design and graphic design. She thrives on using things she already has to create beautiful art and wants to help others find their inner creative without having to go out and buy out the craft or quilt store. Have a box of scrap fabrics? She has projects for those. Have remnant ribbon, trim and buttons? She has projects for those too!
We have Terial Magic Spray and many of Terry’s fabric flower patterns available here at Ben Franklin Crafts & Frame. We are proud to feature her in our fabric department and on our blog.
Free patterns here on her blog: http://terialarts.com/blog-1/
Are you ready to deck the halls, embellish a project or wrap a present with fine ribbon and trim? Renaissance Ribbon has over twenty five years of designing, manufacturing and distributing novelty woven jacquard ribbon and trims… and we just got in a lovely selection of their beautiful collection! We have a myriad of quality novelty jacquard ribbon, imported French ribbon and custom embroidered ribbon & trim just in time for the holidays!
Here is a link to the Renaissance Ribbon blog that features tutorials for some fun projects: http://ribbon-blog.renaissanceribbons.com/