Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Banasch's Fabrics

I've been super busy helping with the re-opening of Banasch's Fabric store, here in Cincinnati!  Banasch's has been in business since 1910, but closed this Fall.  We are so excited that they have found a new location in Anderson Township, about 5 minutes from my house!  The owners are good friends of mine and asked if I would like to be involved with the new store.  So fun!  Here are some pics of the window display I did and some other products I made for the store using their beautiful fabrics!

I found some vintage lampshades that I embellished to make a tree in the window and used different sized embroidery hoops for the ornaments.
 Banasch's has gorgeous special occasion fabrics that make perfect stockings!
 Of course, we're selling Tabbo headbands...great stocking stuffers! 
 Look at this awesome Riley Blake sparkle fabric!
 Covered canvases using Sis Boom ruffles and trim from the shop.
 And this is the "Trim" tree I did for the front door!  I took a wire coat-hanger and shaped it into a tree, then glued the green fringe trim to make the tree.  I filled a bunch of red and green bobbins for ornaments, as well as little silver and gold pom pom trim.  The trunk is a vintage spool of thread and I used a rhinestone button for the star from the stores amazing button supply!  The vintage frame came from our favorite local antique booth, The Flea (located at Riverside Antique Market)!  I LOVE how it turned out!
If you get to Cincinnati, come see us!!

1 comment:

  1. Hi Stephanie, I just noticed this post and love the use of Riley Blake fabrics in the store window display. We have pinned the photos to our Pinterest board "Riley Blake in Quilt Shops." Best wishes! Julia@rileyblakedesigns