Riley Blake Designs is the New Licensee for Girl Scouts of the USA Fabrics and Notions
Nonprofit organization’s logo, cookie program and more inspire fabric designs.
SANDY, UT - 11/01/2016 /EASY NEWSWIRE/ — Riley Blake Designs, a leading designer and manufacturer of high quality fabrics and notions, is proud to be the fabric and notions licensee for Girl Scouts of the USA. The iconic Girl Scout logo and the organization’s initiatives, including their renowned cookie program, empowers girls to become leaders, and serve as the inspiration for Riley Blake Designs for the new collection of fabrics.
‘’We are excited to present a collection of fabrics and notions that honors the traditions of the Girl Scouts as well as their initiatives,’’ says President and Owner of Riley Blake Designs Cindy Cloward. ‘’Their mission: ‘Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place’, is inspiring our creative team, as well as the legacy of the delicious cookies.’’
“We thank Riley Blake Designs for their collaboration on this exciting venture, and look forward to the release of Girl Scout branded fabrics and notions that will inspire crafts enthusiasts across the country to create works that make Girl Scouts and our mission part of their daily lives,” said Barry Horowitz, Chief Revenue Officer at Girl Scouts of the USA.
Riley Blake Designs will debut the Girl Scouts of the USA fabric collection in Spring of 2017.
About Riley Blake Designs Riley Blake Designs is an innovative fabric manufacturer based outside of Salt Lake City, Utah. In 2008, out of recognition for the need for exciting new prints that offered a more sophisticated style for fashion-forward sewists, Riley Blake Designs was born. Inspired by local and international artists, they design fabric lines with vintage sensibilities and modern attitude. Their fabric reflects an elegant feel for color, vibrant but with restraint, resulting in versatile prints for quilting, clothing, crafting or home décor.
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