Friday, February 19, 2010

Interior Designer, Author, Fabric Designer, Blogger - Jackie Von Tobel


Jackie Von Tobel caught enjoying a moment of relaxation!

This week Jackie Von Tobel takes a rare hour off from work and stops by The Skirted Roundtable for a visit. We feel extremely lucky to share some time with Jackie, she is one busy lady. We all first met through the blogs - Jackie writes Jackie Blue (HERE) - but quickly learned there is a lot more to this lady from Las Vegas than just blogging. She is an interior designer by trade and had built up quite a large business in Vegas, even operating her own showroom.


Jackie, her husband and daughter - she also has two sons. Jackie's extremely handsome and talented husband is in advertising and is quite famous for writing one of the most successful ad campaigns "What Happens In Vegas, Stays In Vegas!!!!"


After many years of hard work running first her own faux painting company and then, an interior design firm, Jackie unexpectedly switched gears and became an author, quickly churning out two massive reference books on window treatments and bedding. These two books are fabulous resources, filled with her own charming illustrations. The amount of work and time it took to write these two books is beyond comprehension, each is filled with thousands of her drawings!


Jackie's first book is all about window treatments.


But wait, there is more. After her two books were published, Jackie was approached to bring her illustrations to life by creating her own fabric line. You can purchase her fabrics and pillows online HERE. And also in conjunction with her books, Jackie recently designed software for Minutes Matter that lets you customize your client's window treatments using her templates! Is there anything Jackie can't do???? To read all about her collaboration with Minutes Matter, go HERE.


Jackie's second book is all about bedding.

Jackie is full of stories on how to make your dreams a reality and how to get motivated to accomplish it all. Listening to her is truly inspiring, she makes you believe that "hey, if I can do it all, so can you." Well, that's not exactly true. Jackie is one-of-a-kind special, her humbleness keeps her from seeing how accomplished she truly is. Her lust for life is infectious and we all felt so motivated after listening to her life story. I hope you will too!

To coincide with Jackie's visit, we are hosting a giveaway, thanks to Miss Von Tobel - we are giving away a copy of each of her books! In order to enter the contest, you must go to Jackie's web site HERE, under Collections, and pick out your favorite fabric from Jackie's line. Come back to the Comment Section and tell us which is your #1 fabric pick! We will pick two winners from the list. The contest will run until next Thursday, February 25. So be sure to hurry and enter!

Thank you again Jackie for stopping by and putting the fire under us to push ourselves harder, because dreams do come true - it just takes a lot of sweat, determination, talent, patience, and hard labor!


                   
   
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Jackie and Minutes Matter Studio are offering a demonstration JVT Studio, a graphic design program that translates the fabulous draperies and valances from Jackies book, The Design Directory of Window Treatmentsinto elevation renderings filled with fabrics, colors, and textures.

To register for this free event on March 4 at 1 PM EST , please click here:
https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/240892040
for more information, please visit the Minute Matter website:
www.minutesmatter.com

196 comments:

Windlost said...

Oh, how exciting! Can't wait to listen to Jackie...

Windlost said...

I love the Americana collection best, but honestly, they are all gorgeous. And what a gorgeous family she has. too...

xo Terri

vanilla143 said...

I so love pink... the Damask Cotton Candy is devine.

Pamie G. said...

I love love Angelica!!! I could sit here and stare at her pillows all day! Stunning!!!
Pamie G. pgraham@gvtc.com
www.pamieg.com
www.sewwithme2.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

I had to laugh at myself when you discussed the trends that the blog world has been talking about that's just making it to Pottery Barn, Target etc. When Pottery Barn did something recently I thought to myself, "oh, that's not new" like I was so smart.

Karena said...

I love the blue paisley, as well as the zebra stripe in jet! Jackie is so talented.

Carol Ann said...

Moonflower Trellis ~ Jet is wonderful...
I must admit I loved them all.
I loved the post, most interesting... I would love to have her book on drapery

innerspace said...

Love the way the 'Collections' section of Jackie's website is colorized to show how all of the patterns mix and match! The 'Cobalt' collection, and Circle Trellis|Indigo, in particular, are terrific!

Peggy Campfield said...

I'm in love with fabrics, wish I had more rooms to fill. My favorite this visit is the Angelica - Candy...pink and green just "do it" for me right now.

Tina Steele Lindsey said...

I am with Karena, its the Paisley and Zebra Stripe for me, both current and always timeless. I probably would have to say for number one the Paisley, no the Zebra Stripe, no the Paisley. Sigh. It is all so great! Paisley. Just like my favorite dress as a little girl.

GDLOG said...

What beautiful, fresh-looking colors in her fabrics. I particularly liked Angelica ~ Aubergine. I've never used Aubergine in decorating, but perhaps it's time to do so. The entire collection is just lovely.

Jackie Von Tobel said...

I had such a great time on The Skirted Round Table!! So funny how blogging relationships feel so real even more so than people I see everyday. Love u girlfriends - keep up the good work!

neptara said...

My favorite is from the Le Jardin collection; it is Birds & Branches ~ Candy.

So many beautiful fabrics, it was hard to select one.

kay ellen said...

Jackie is such a dear person..I had the pleasure of meeting her three years ago at a International Window Covering Convention in Georgia.

I love both of her books..I have also enjoyed connected with her in the blog world too!

This past summer I had the pleasure of catching up with Jackie and we had lunch. She brought her drawings and fabric samples for me to see...I was sooo exited! What a sweetheart to share... A perfect example of her kindness and how open she is...

I am so thrilled for her and all the beautiful things she has created!

She is an inspiration to us all!

Kay Ellen

VictoriaArt said...

What a lovely interview! I can relate on so many levels....
Especially the hard work you put in, which you never can bill for!
She is so sweet and very secure in her opinions.
Love Moonflower Trellis!

Susan (Between Naps on the Porch) said...

Enjoyed this interview, especially the part on the new trends, even though I don't ever go with trends. Joni...can't wait to see your grey walls...hope you'll show us on Cote de Texas.
Susan

Lady V dZine said...

My favorite is the Le Jardin collection. How cute it would be for a little girls wardrobe! Thanks for the chance to win Jackie's books.
Virginia
ladyvdzine[at]yahoo[dot]com
http://ladyvdzine. com

Style Redux 2 said...

I absolutely love her Chinoiserie and Pagoda pillow covers, but I bet you could have guessed that!

ladybugsnkatydids said...

You are all so inspirational to a person without any creative bones in her body despite both grandmothers being artstic!

I love Jackie's Angelica fabric; it makes me want to re-do my girls' room right now!

Yvonne Blacker said...

I love how Jackie combines bouquets with subtle zebra patterned backgrounds on her pillows. The Quatrafoil and Angelica patterns have also caught my eye. She is so talented. Thanks for sharing her with us!

Deborah said...

Hello, I love the Quatrafoil-Cloud fabric. It's strong and soft at the same time. Most of all I love listening to your blog. I have learned so much it's scary! Please keep it up. -Thanks.

Angela said...

Hi Ladies,

I loved listening to the posting, as I do, over and over again your past ones! They are my favourite thing to listen to while cleaning my bathrooms or exercising, it just makes the chores so much easier!!! Jackie's discussion was interesting, chatting about the trends coming from Europe. Being English and having moved from Belgium to Tokyo just last year, I brought with me a huge and very heavy solid oak, limed ever so slightly, modern dining table that seats 8. I was worried that it would look awkward in our modern apartment here, but everyone who comes in loves it and asks me where I bought it. We also have black, wenge wooden side tables, chests of drawers etc which complement the table. We have a low cupboard in shiny white which also looks fabulous along with the other pieces. So I think from what Jackie said, I am on trend "globally" at this time, which makes me happy. Thanks ladies for another informative post.

By the way, I love the Cherry Blossom range and in particular the magenta paisley from Jackie's collection, particularly as it's Cherry Blossom time in Japan. She is such a talented lady, loved hearing her story.

Angela

Anonymous said...

Love love love the cherry blossom fabrics, the paisly in coffee is amazing. (Dachshund is awfully cute too.) thanks for another great contest.

-Mary
caseym@stpiusx-pdx.org

MWLR said...

I love Cherry Blossom, not only because I like pink but because it reminds me of what was popular when I was growing up. To me it's classic.
Ann

MWLR said...

Oops, we were to name our favorite fabric, not collection. My favorite fabric of the Cherry Blossom collection would be Damask Cotton Candy. How can you not love cotton candy?
Ann

Renee A said...

The beautiful Moroccan Vine fabric would be so nice to work around - I'm imagining it in a beautiful bedroom for one of my daughters - What a lovely place that would be to start!

Thank you for the inspiration on a snowy Michigan morning.

Tara said...

I would love to use all of Jackie's fabrics, the Quatrafoil ~ Sunflower is my favorite. Can't wait to listen to the interview, I just know I will be motivated.

Rebecca@Harmony and Home said...

Great giveaway! I've had Jackie's books in my Amazon.com wishlist for sometime now...so it would be a real treat to win one of them! I absolutely love Jackie's fabric lines...she is so talented!

My favorites (I couldn't pick one!) were Saffron Birds and Branches - Crimson and Damask Stripe - Indigo. I also LOVE, LOVE, LOVE those Peacock Pillows! Oh Jackie... you had me at hello!!!

Remi said...

I love the Moonflower Trellis fabric. What a beautiful collection.

Kelli said...

What a great interview!!! Thank you so much ladies. I stumbled upon your website 2 weeks ago and have thoroughly enjoyed the interviews, especially Vicente Wolf's and this one today from Jackie Von Tobel.

Now, it was very hard to choose just one fabric - but I will say Moonflower Trellis in Jet from the Cinnabar Collection is at the top of my list - what great inspiration!

katiedid said...

I am listening right now...but had to go over right away and see Jacie's fabrics. They are great! I have just bookmarked the site. I love the Paisley in Coffee fabric...especially the pillow in the larger version of the print. Maybe because I have been looking for something like this for awhile now. Because I like a lot of the others too! Great!

katiedid said...

OK...finished listening. Another great interview ladies!
Mauve: : "Grape gum that has been chewed for three hours"...Megan you crack me up! And you are so right! I wonder if I will succumb to my most hated of all colors like I swore I never would when "jeggings" came out.(They really are comfortable and look great with riding boots...and a loooong shirt!...I couldn't help it.)

Raumkunst said...

Hands down Moon Flower Trellis in all color ways. I liked the clean geometric behind the stylized flowers, the chinoiserie effect, and all the clean, clear colors. The choice of background in white or oyster gives it even greater flexibility. I can see it as upholstery, curtains and wall covering.

Your Roundtable discussion of the unlined linen trend seen in Cologne was interesting. What you may not realize is that in Germany and much of Middle Europe the most common alternative is no window treatments at all. There are such low light levels for so many months of the year that curtains are thought of as light barriers in the negative sense. New window technology has eliminated the need for heavy curtains to keep out cold. Lack of scorching sun obviates need for lining to preserve drapery fabric. Unlined linen, voiles and other sheer fabrics serve to decorate the window without much obscuring the little light there is. And, it is more affordable. There are solid reasons for the popularity.

LIBERTY POST EDITOR said...

'Fabric Slut': The best part of the interview and I can't believe the 3 of you just let it slide in and outta there without a remark! I would have been all over that. Seriously though, Jackie is gold medal material in my books. And of course my favorite is 'Suzani Sky'. Perfection for any beach town or beach inspired space (with or without stuffed elephants) Hugs to all of you! Thanks for sharing Jackie! LPxo

Tammy@InStitches said...

That was by far my favorite SRT yet ! (Of course, I'm one of those fabric sluts too) Being a WCAA member, I really enjoyed hearing everything Jackie had to say about the window coverings industry. I bought her window coverings book for Christmas and it is beautiful ! I would love to have one of her peacock pillows. Keep up the good work, girls.

Anonymous said...

I'm off to sew some linen curtains with 14 inch hems.

-JHG

Red Door Home said...

Her fabrics are beautiful. I especially love the Suzani fabric - so, so pretty!

Kate Coveny Hood said...

This was hard!

But the two that immediate caught my eye were Moonflower Trellis in crimson (love the colors) and Moroccan Tile in indigo.

I'm so glad that you introduced me to this wonderful designer - I've been looking for new fabric lines to write about on the Style Key West blog and she'll definitely be featured this week!

RG ART & DESIGN Inspirations said...

One more super interesting discussion! I can't stop thank you all for those interviews... I always learn so much from them! Great story about Jackie Von Tobel... In my New Yorker preparation for the spring, I picked the "Damask ~ Kiwi"!

The Boese Family said...

Ok, so my favorites are the Damask, Paisley, and Zebra. I think if I had to choose, it'd be the Paisley in Coffee. Thanks for asking. :) Great giveaway!

Rebecca Foley said...

LOVE her fabrics! My favorite is Damask in Kiwi! I would have it paper backed and install it as a wall covering it is so beautiful!
Thanks for sharing the line!

Francine Gardner said...

So glad to hear about Jackie Von Tobel. She and I were supposed to meet in Paris but unfortunately it just did not work out. i feel that i now know so much more about such a successful and talented designer

Francine Gardner said...

So glad to hear about Jackie Von Tobel. She and I were supposed to meet in Paris but unfortunately it just did not work out. i feel that i now know so much more about such a successful and talented designer

Anonymous said...

I love the paisley jet. Paisleys have been around so long and go in and out of vogue. I'm looking at some fabric now for my kitchen in a paisley. Not as pretty as this one though.

Susan said...

I love Le Jardin so much it hurts! :) It would loook great with my green anthro rug!

Susan @ www.peanutpetunia.blogspot.com
Mason@movin925.com

Jen Jen in Jakarta, Indonesia said...

Fabulous interview, I loved going through all Jackie's wonderful fabrics. I loved the Paisley in Jet but Moroccan tile in indigo is my absolute favourite.

Urban Jewel said...

Birds and Branches-candy is my favorite although it was tough to choose just one. I like lots of color and it would be fun to pull some of those colors around a room. So looking forward seeing both of the books.

marla said...

I love the paisley - particularly in ocean. So fresh!

mamamagnolia said...

I love Moonflower Trellis- gorgeous fabric- hard to choose just one.

Tracy @ ComfortandLuxury said...

Her site is so pretty! I love the Americana collection. Especially the Indigo Paisley pillow cover. Haven't listened to this yet but am looking forward to it. Thanks ladies!

Stephanie @ La Dolce Vita said...

What a generous giveaway! If I had to pick just one, which was very hard, I must say, it would be the Damask. I wavered for a while between that and the damask stripe. But ultimately, that lovely soft aqua damask won my heart.
Thanks for the opportunity to win!
Best,
Stephanie

Anonymous said...

It's hard to pick a favorite, but I'll go with birds and branches - so fresh, so pretty! Thanks for the chance to win and for all the fascinating interviews! Maureen mb99999@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Saffron Birds and Branches was my very favorite but several were very yummy. I really enjoyed the interview. I have actually listened twice. Its so inspiring to hear how hard work and determination have paid off for someone.Mona mona-thompson@att.net

Anonymous said...

Difficult decision to make.
Surprisingly I didn't select a paisley. lol
I like the Birds and Branches in
the Candy colorway.

Regards,
CJF
Paisleylouise (ataoldotcom)

Susan said...

Love the Moonflower Trellis, but they're all great! The books are wonderful, too!

Susan

Cristin said...

Oh my gosh, this is like picking your favorite child. No way to pick a hands down fav, but my eye went to Le Jardin's Moroccan Tile - Candy.

I am crossing my fingers and toes - would love to win!!!

xo,
cristin

The Shiny Pebble said...

Zebra in Cloud from the very romanticaly named Zhivago collection. Beautiful site.

The Shiny Pebble said...

Zebra in Cloud from the very romanticaly named Zhivago collection. Beautiful site.

PatT said...

My favorite fabric is Moroccan Tile-Indigo. It would look great in my breakfast nook. I seem to be drawn to Moroccan influenced decorating lately . Just purchased a tribal rug that is great.

Tensy said...

I would love to win this giveaway on my Birthday! My favorite fabric is the Quatrafoil-Sunflower, yellow is such a happy color and would look great in my living room.

Liz said...

I have found the fabric for my daughters room! Everything is just so FRESH!!! I do have a favorite thought, Angelica, Candy. I am glad I stopped by and discovered this talented designer.

Jennifer said...

Wow!! All the fabric is amazing!! I had so many that I loved. I guess since I'm redoing my daughters room my favorite is {Angelica-candy}. Those are the colors I'm doing her room in. I LOVE the pillow to match. Soo cute!!

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Katie B. said...

Beautiful! She's an inspiration! My favorite is Zebra Cloud. Thank you so much for sharing!

Rita said...

I absolutely LOVE the Wisteria collection. I am redecorating a bedroom and using these same colors, but, until now, haven't been able to find a fabric that I really loved. Thanks so much!!

Whits said...

I love the le jardin collection -- especially angelica -- candy!

sue S. said...

I love the Peacock pillows and the Moonflower Trellis,

Lauren said...

My fave is the Damask Stripe in Sunflower from the Miami Collection. They are all fabulous!

Sue Anne said...

Birds and Branches Crimson makes my heart go pitter patter. Thanks for the chance.

texmvp03@att.net

kirsten McGannon said...

Love the cherry blossom collection, especially the Moroccan vine - probably b/c i'm getting ready to do my little girls room and it would look so sweet in there!

bbrace said...

It is very interesting to hear a great interior designer talk about the void in teaching at design schools. Love the damask in kiwi...........

Pembroke Interiors said...

My favorite, though it depends on my mood, is Damask Stripe. Love the classics with an updated eye, and I love the blend of linen.

kkinteriors@yahoo.com

Deb said...

La Jardin! It looks like spring!

Betty said...

Love the Cinnabar collection, particularly the Moonflower Trellis-Jet fabric. She is obviously a very talented designer. Thanks for a chance to win one of her books!

Meaghan said...

moonflower trellis all the way!

Cari @ Socially Circled said...

Ahhhhh, the Moroccan Tile makes me melt! (truthfully, they all do!)

sociallycircled@gmail.com

Trish said...

Birds and Branches-I love te blues

Melissa said...

The peacock pillow form-- and the entire Le Jardin collection! So hard to choose just ONE thing!

View of the River said...

Oh, my, so beautiful! But, birds and branches in crimson just has to be my choice . . . something about a red toile sets my heart aflutter! And the peacock pillows are too beautiful! Patty

Chris said...

I definitely have more than one favorite - but I could see using the Circle Trellis (in indigo) right away.

Kathy said...

LOVE them all - love pink and love birds! Thanks! Kathy

Lorrie said...

My favorite is the blue paisley. But the birds and branches are a very close second. So hard to choose because everything is lovely.

Lorrie

Lorna Jayne said...

I'm working on updating my house, and using more blues this time around. So of course I'm lovin' the paisley in ocean. Loved your interview, by the way.

Jessica said...

Oooh Miami Zebra Stripe is my favorite!!! I've always wanted some animal print in my home, but I've never been bold enough. I could totally see this on a slipcovered wing-back with nailhead trim!

Kim said...

I loved the paisley pillow cover in Brown. So beautiful.

Bottom Up said...

Damask Stripe in Kiwi! Add a waterproof liner and grommets for a delightful shower curtain.

Anonymous said...

Damask ~ Sky is my favorite and I really, really need one of these design books!
martih@usa.com

Merrille said...

I have just discovered blogs, my husband & son are worried about me! I can't get enough! I love all of Jackie's fabrics. I think my favorite is the damask;cloud in the Zhivago collection. I've got to get back to my blogs. So many blogs and not enough time!

Elizgonz said...

I love each and every fabric. I guess if I HAD to choose it would be suzani in sky or zebra in ocean. Really, though, they are all beautiful! elizgonz@hotmail.com

Elaine said...

Her fabrics are gorgeous!! I just love the color, the cheery feeling and the way they add sunshine to anything!

Elaine said...

P.S. Any fabric is fine, but I really have a bit of a crush on the Miami line....swooning in fact!

Tami said...

Birds and Branches from the Miami line ---- well I think so. It was actually hard to choose from a couple in the Miami line!

Enchanted Rose Studio said...

What an incredible talent! Jackie Von Tobel's fabrics are all so lovely, difficult to choose just one. I do feel partial to Birds & Branches in Candy; it sings spring!

Thank you for having such a wonderful giveaway!

Good luck to all!

Cheers!
Tina

Carla said...

Oh my! So hard to choose...I liked the Birds and Branches one because I love blue and white...They are all beautiful, and what a wonderful way to cure the winter blues! If I can't have Spring, I'll take Jackie Von Tobel!

Allie and Pattie said...

I love them all, but my blogging partner (my 16 year old daughter) wants a redo of her room and loves the circle trellis in the cobalt collection! Fabulous!
xoxo Pattie

Glinda said...

Quatrafoil - Kiwi -- divine!

I can only aspire...

lofts of memories said...

All so beautiful, how would one choose a favorite? I love her color palettes and designs. Although I have to agree the birds and branches is very lovely.
Thank you for sharing these books in your giveaway. Good Luck to everyone.

Room Service ~ Decorating 101 said...

Love them all, but my favorite would have to be the cherry blossom collection. Thanks for the interview, she is amazing.

Maureen said...

Wow these are beautiful! My favorite is Moroccan Tile. Hard to choose just one!

Jade Creative said...

This is a fabulous giveaway.
It was hard to come up with a favorite however the Saffron Collection would work well in my Family Room. The Birds and Branches in Sunflower would be so sunny.

Will be looking up the drapery books.
Have a wonderful day!
darlene

Champagne/StitchPoet said...

That was HARD! I pick the Damask stripe in Cotton Candy...but I could probably pick about 5 favorites!

As always, thanks for all you blog about!!!

Cindy and Joe said...

Le Jardin, no, Wisteria, ah, but I do love the paisley! I guess, I guess, Le Jardin.

andrea said...

I love all of the fabrics, but I love the Angelica -candy. I can think of aboout twenty different uses for this fabric--pillows, bed coverings, cornice--I need Jacckie's book for some more ideas!!
Andrea

Karen said...

I love love love love the Quatrafoil ~ Kiwi. The reason I love it so much is I'm going to install a Beveled Arabesque tile in my kitchen and this pattern and color are perfect! So many beautiful fabrics, but this one really caught my eye!

Jenny said...

All of the collections are beautiful, but I think that Saffron is my favorite. In that collection, I love the Birds & Branches-Crimson fabric...so pretty!

Toni said...

All are lovely fabrics, but Angelica - Candy just jumps out for me. I can see that done up in some cushions to update my black toile bedroom linens.

Lizzytish said...

I love the Moonflower Trellis! It's a nice update to the modern trellis we've seen a lot of, and the flowers make it suitable for more traditional interiors. Beautiful!

katjeh said...

how to choose??? although i have debated over several of the beautiful offerings, i will choose the birds and branches coffee as my favorite. it's cold here in michigan and this offering of spring is just what i need!

Andrea Boyd said...

I love them all, but particularly love the Saffron collection. The colors, while still bright and beautiful, would blend very well with warm colors as well.
andreaboyd@comcast.net

bird nest reviews said...
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bird nest reviews said...

WOW! So inspirational and creative. Love your blog. The patterns are all lovely but I really like the Paisley Pillow Cover in Magenta. It looks lovely as a whole too - but just really like how putting it on the pillow cover gave it a whole different look :o)

Hugs...

birdnestreviews[at]yahoo[dot]com

bird nest reviews said...

WOW! So inspirational and creative. Love your blog. The patterns are all lovely but I really like the Paisley Pillow Cover in Magenta. It looks lovely as a whole too - but just really like how putting it on the pillow cover gave it a whole different look :o)

Hugs...

birdnestreviews[at]yahoo[dot]com

bird nest reviews said...
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bird nest reviews said...

WOW! So inspirational and creative. Love your blog. The patterns are all lovely but I really like the Paisley Pillow Cover in Magenta. It looks lovely as a whole too - but just really like how putting it on the pillow cover gave it a whole different look :o)

Hugs...

birdnestreviews[at]yahoo[dot]com

bird nest reviews said...

WOW! So inspirational and creative. Love your blog. The patterns are all lovely but I really like the Paisley Pillow Cover in Magenta. It looks lovely as a whole too - but just really like how putting it on the pillow cover gave it a whole different look :o)

Hugs...

birdnestreviews[at]yahoo[dot]com

Heather said...

I love the Zebra Stripe in jet and the next favorite is the Moraccan Tile in Candy. Very pretty! it is always a pleasure to learn about another amazing woman who has accomplished so much.

Cheryl said...

What a lovely and spirited line of fabrics! I love the Birds and Branches fabric in blue, and coffee, and sunflower, and.....I think a Pagoda pillow is in my immediate future. Glad to see she sells direct to consumers, too.

nancy elstad said...

I had a Dr Zhivago moment recently when we had 11 inches of snow in Texas! The air was crisp, everything white, and I thought this is out of the movie Dr. Zhivago!
So when I saw the titles the first one I clicked on was Zhivago and it was as beautiful as I thought it would be, by far my favorite!

Karen said...

My favorite was Moroccan Tile in Candy. It's a personal thing, but I am very fond of oriental motifs. These fabrics are lovely and because they are environmentally friendly makes it a real plus. Thank you.

Buttonchief7 said...

Very pretty and labor intense with the designing of them all. Wow! The Americana is my choice. Peggy

KellyB said...

I like them all but the Circle Trellis Indigo really seemed to catch my eye. I think it would look lovely in a sunroom overlooking the beach!

Lacy Phillips said...

Moroccan Tile is a lovely pattern and the Aubergine colorway screams Fresh! and Sophisticated! How gorgeous on a fauteuil chair or as draperies in a chic setting room.....

Hill Country House Girl said...

Moonflower Trellis - love it in all colors! What a great interview, again!! Jackie's story is so inspiring and her website is gorgeous.

tracylynne said...

Her fabric is so soft and feminine. I really like the cobalt-I am in a blue mood.

shelia said...

Oh, so difficult to choose, they are all beautiful but I think I lean to the cinnabar collection, the ocean damask, would love to have any from this collection in my home.
thanks, shelia

diana said...

love the zebra stripe in linen..and all her comments..
thanks for your blog--and the skirted table-- and all you do to inform those of us who love home design.

Dagny @ Beautiful Living said...

my fave is suzani sky :)

great giveaway!

robyn_hollas said...

I love all of the fabrics! Fabric stores are one of my favorite childhood memories. Sewing was very big with my grandmother, great aunt and mother. Anything Damask is my favorite.

Regine said...

Another super interview! Jackie's website is beautiful and inspiring. I can't choose a favorite fabric/pattern, they are all too gorgeous!

*Chic Provence* said...

Love the Suzani in blue colorway...gorgeous! thanks for introducing us to her wonderful fabrics, style, books!

xxx

Kit

Jennifer Schoenberger said...

Cherry Blossom! I love the chocolates and I've always wanted to incorporate some pinks into my design process....with these patterns you can proceed with pink with total confidence. They are all so beautiful. What a talent.

Peony said...

Thank you for the wonderful podcasts! I take such pleasure in listening to your chats and interviews. Moonflower trellis is my favorite! Thought Jackie was a terrific and inspiring guest.

Riviera Boardwalk said...

It would have to be the Paisley Jet. I mean who has that? No one. Talk about Chic. I have nothing in paisley, yet I love it. And for it to be in black is just over the top.
xoxo,
nancy

Amy said...

I love the Birds and Branches especiilay the Indigo. I am so glad to see blue coming back!
Ann
annpweisman@hotmail.com

Karen said...

Paisley in Coffee. I love paisley. I also love the Birds and Branches.

Meg said...

Love the Morrocan Tile. The colors are summer sherbet, melt in your mouth-like!

Karen said...

What a lovely website and beautiful fabrics. I love the zebra stripe and circle trellis in indigo - so pretty!
Karen carter3150@gmail.com

Joanna said...

I love the Miami line - especially the Moonflower Trellis - Ocean! Beautiful fabrics!

Susan said...

They're all so beautiful - it's hard to pick just one... I love the Morrocan Tile and the Angelica, both in Candy, from the Le Jardin collection. But I guess, if pressed to decide, I'd have to go with the Moonflower Trellis in Jet from the Cinnabar collection -- gorgeous!

Sherry said...

All the fabrics are wonderful but my favorite is the Bird and Branches in Crimson. I have just the room this fabric would be beautiful in.
Sherry

Hazel Martin Designs said...

Love the interview and the COBALT collection is to die for! Thanks!

Melissa said...

They are are beautiful but I think I gravitate toward Damask. They look fresh and airy like spring.

Melissa said...

They are are beautiful but I think I gravitate toward Damask. They look fresh and airy like spring.

Julie said...

Hands down Le Jardin
Birds & Branches in Candy and
Moroccan Tile in Candy.
I want a meditation/reading room with these two pronto!

carriebourne said...

I love Le Jardin - Angelica - Candy!! My room growing up was pink and green. I would love to do a room out of this fabric!!!

Ronnie said...

Well, she's a dachshund lover and that's all that matters.
This woman is a freaking dynamo. She's my new role model to get my rear in gear.
Saffron is my choice.
Her pillows are stunning.
Thanks Round Table! Good one.

Mary said...

I love all the fabrics. If I had to pick one, it is the Le Jardin Damask in Kiwi.

Jones said...

love them all! but my favorite is the Damask ~ Cloud

Anonymous said...

New to this blog. So enjoyed it. I love the Quatrafoil, Cloud but it was a hard decision. subriscoe@charter.net

Anonymous said...

A great collection overall, but I especially like the Wisteria Collection, Quatrafoil Kiwi.
Thank you!

hamptonsv@aol.com said...

That was an amazing interview! I learn so much from listening to you all. Thank you for the inspiring dialoge. I began design school in Las Vegas and Linda is right they are teaching Architecture. When I was finishing up my degree, they were talking about requiring freshmen to have a laptop in design classes. I thought it was such a loss, new students would not have the opportunity to learn the art of design. Thank you.
My favorite fabric would have to be Angelica in Auberigne, it just looks fun an fibrant. I also love the les fleurs II in cloud.

Judy said...

Loved the Cherry Blossom collection with Birds and Branches in coffee as my favorite and a very close second would be the pillow cover in the Miami collection, Pogoda 1 in Ocean. Thanks for the post!

Hilda said...

I love everything in the Saffron collection, but my favorite there is "Birds & Branches" in crimson. It's such a clean, fresh look!

annie said...

Oh no, it's so difficult to choose!!!
If I must then, well, okay, it is, ummmmmmmmmmm, well, it will have to be...uhmmmmmm, oohhhhhh,...
the paisley in coffee. Yep, that'll be it, I think...
annie

Anonymous said...

These are so beautiful and fresh and so hard to choose from. I loved them all. I would have to say that the suzani indigo, though, is stunning. Thank you for yet another wonderful interview.
Winnie

Annielee said...

They are all beautiful! Thanks for introducing us to great designer. It is so hard to choose a favorite (I love them all), but I think I'm really liking Damask in Sunflower.

Katherine said...

I love the Damask in Ocean, Damask prints are my favorite and I simply love the color!!!

Katherine said...

I love the Damask in Ocean, Damask prints are my favorite and I simply love the color!!!

Anonymous said...

Morrocan tile in Indigo is fantastic! Loving the blue these days, thanks laides!

Lexi
jkeppel@prodigy.net

beadweaver said...

OH I love the Paisley! What beautiful fabric!
Renee

Teri said...

Birds and Branches in Candy

I think the dogs should be given away. I want them both

Teri said...

Birds and Branches in Candy

I think the dogs should be given away. I want them both

Cathy Flynn said...

Moonflower Trellis immediately caught my eye when I opened Jackie's website. The fabric is fresh and crisp; a perfect way to add a little chinoiserie to any room.

Katherine said...

I love the Circle Trellis! Fresh with a contemporary twist!

Aimee said...

Damask in Ocean! :)

~ ~ Ahrisha ~ ~ said...

This line is Brilliant! I love the way they all compliment each other~ ~at least the 3 I check out; Wisteria, Saffron & Zhivago are all interchangable. I think the Birds & Branches is my favorite but I also love Quatrafoil in the Aubergine colorway with the B&B in Candy, yummy. Are their wallpapers to compliment this line?
Must go back and look it all over more closely. Stunning!

Hoping I win. Thank you so much.
~ ~Ahrisha~ ~

Rebecca said...

Oh oh oh! I love them all. What a talent! To choose one to love more than the others is difficult, but Moonflower Trellis-Jet is lovely.

Rebecca

Corrie said...

These are great, especially the Moroccan Tile ~ Indigo.

corrie.fulmer@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

suzani and moonflower trellis! thank you!

cammie

Suzie Button said...

I loved the Angelica line of fabric, peppy and eye catching though circle trellis is wonderful also! Suzie

Meg said...

I love all the fabrics, but I guess my favorites are the Damask Stripe and the Moonflower Trellis.

swedecollection said...

My favorite fabric is from the Wisteria Collection, Damask in Aubergine.
Colleen for Swede Collection

mhammit said...

What a talent! Thank you for sharing your mind with us. Your Moonflower Trellis in Ocean struck me the most because it is so different from anything I've seen.

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

Very hard to choose but I think the Angelica- Candy pink and green would be my choice.
Love her fabrics and I know these books would be lovely to own
thanks
Maggie

amy k. said...

Moonflower Trellis ~ Jet...love it!!

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Katie B. said...

I love Zebra in Cloud. This took a lot of thought. I left a comment before, but didn't leave my email address and I want to make sure I have every chance at that incredible book!!!
katiebartman@msn.com

Leah H. Grier said...

I LOVE so many of the fabrics. But I think my very favorite was the Paisley in Ocean. I love colorful fabrics in general, but I have a weakness for paisley and for blue. So if I HAD to select just one - that would be my one. They really are all wonderful.

Linda C said...

I love the Birds and Branches in Candy. Every design is beautiful though!

Laura M said...

Ooh all of the fabrics are soo lovely!! I must agree with Joni however, I do just love the Birds and Branches in coffee!! L-O-V-E!!

Anita said...

they are all lovely but I think my favorite is Damask in Cloud. she is really talented.

Annette said...

I will always love zebra stripes and paisley, but also found myself drawn to Moonflower Trellis ~ Kiwi -- anything green will always get my vote. Love listening to this program every week.

Michelle H said...

Wow! So many beautiful choices! I'm a sucker for Zebra stripes but also love the Suzani in Aubergine it has a great "bohemian" feel.
Thank you for this giveaway!

Dawn said...

Wow, what a tough choice; my favorite is the Bird and Branches. I would love for a peacock pillow to come live in my home. They're wonderful! Thank you for your generous offer.

Shannon said...

Oh my, just one favorite? I do love the moroccan tile-indigo in the cobalt collection. I can't get enough blue! Thanks!

Kathy said...

I didn't think it would be so hard to choose. What I love about her collection is how well all the fabrics work together. My favorite, I think is the Angelica pillow cover in Candy ! So very beautiful.

AliJack said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE the Damask Stripe in Ocean! TDF!

SOOOO glad I stumbled upon these blogs... ;)

AliJack said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE the Damask Stripe in Ocean! TDF!

SOOOO glad I stumbled upon these blogs... ;)

fittingtips said...

I love the Angelica, especially in Aubergine. It just makes me happy!

Gail at Victorian at Heart said...

It would be impossible to choose a favorite but I think the Saffron would work best for what I am working on now. Beautiful prints.

meredithkaye said...

I love love love the peacocks!!!

I really can't get enough peacocks.

Anonymous said...

My #1 choice for fabric would be the Moroccan Tile:Candy colored fabric. I love the pattern and color choice. I really enjoyed listening to this weeks SRT as well. Thanks so much.

C. Serrano
serranodesignservices@comcast.net

Fabulously french said...

All the fabrics are gorgeous, but my favourite is "Fleurs I Pillow Cover ~ Magenta".

Merci beaucoup,

Leeann

Susie @ Maddie's Nest said...

Hard to pick a favorite but it would have to be Suzani in Candy. Cannot wait to listen to the interview. Thanks!

Linda Merrill said...

VOTING IS NOW CLOSED! Thanks everyone and THANKS Jackie!

Jennifer said...

The fabrics are stunning!