Thursday, 7 November 2013

New Fabrics Soon From 'Inspiring' Quilt Market

The 2013 International Quilt Market in Texas proved the industry is going from strength from strength.

And many of the stylish new fabrics which debuted at the recent event in Houston will be on the shelves at Owl & Drum in the coming weeks and months.

"It was a very inspiring event," said Bianca Howell, the co-owner of Owl & Drum in midtown Tulsa.

 Fox Field quilt by Tula Pink
"I was very happy to see the evolution of the modern fabric industry - and the great work that the companies and designers are creating. I think our customers are going to love the new designs for the new season."

Sylvia collection by Lotta Jansdotter
About 600 exhibitors representing dozens of different companies and designers staffed about 1,200 booths - with the annual event attracting hundreds of buyers from across the country, plus buyers from as far afield as Australia, England and Japan.

Mary Perisho, Owl & Drum's sewing instructor, was thrilled to attend her first International Quilt Market.

"Mary is a seamstress, not a quilter, but after attending the Quilt Market she can't wait to now start her first quilt. After all the inspiring quilts she saw, she will have a hard time figuring out which pattern will be her first!"

"We really enjoyed attending the Schoolhouse Series, which were day-long previews of new fabric collections, as well as sewing and quilting supplies," Howell said.

Wee Wander by Sarah Jane
"And the best part was hearing first-hand from the designers about where the inspirations came from for the colors, prints and meanings in their new collections.

"Among my favorite lines I saw at the Quilt Market were new collections from Anna Maria Horner for Free Spirit, Leah Duncan for Art Gallery Fabrics, and Amy Butler for Rowan Fabrics."

Dowry by Anna Maria Horner
Meadow by Leah Duncan
Quilt by Leah Duncan for Art Gallery Fabrics
Hapi by Amy Butler
"We also got to see the curated quilt exhibit for the International Quilt Festival before it opened to the public the following week. The quilts that people created from around the world were truly impressive."

Here are a photos of a couple of quilts that were part of the 2013 Modern Quilt Guild exhibit:

The fun-packed event was staged from Oct. 26-28 at the George R. Brown Convention Center in downtown Houston.

The International Quilt Market is a wholesale trade show that was started in 1979 at the request of many quilt shop owners across the U.S. to provide one central marketplace for quilt shops and their suppliers.

Produced by Quilts Inc., it features all the major fabric, batting, publishing, stencil and pattern companies.

The annual fall edition of market is always held in Houston.

In 1981, the first spring edition of Quilt Market was held in San Francisco. Subsequent spring markets have been held in Williamsburg, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, Cincinnati, Los Angeles, Boston, Nashville, Chicago, Denver, Kansas City, Pittsburgh, St. Louis, Charlotte, Providence, Portland and Atlantic City.

For more information, visit

For more details about Owl & Drum - which carries about 300 fabrics made by many different designers, crafts supplies and tools, plus numerous unique gifts - visit

The 2810 E. 15th St. store also sells many other items made by Tulsans, Oklahomans and artisans from Portland, Oregon, plus a wide variety of craft books.

Owl & Drum is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday. The store is closed on Sundays and Mondays, but it's open every day online at

For more information, call Bianca at 918-742-1404, send an email to, or follow us on Facebook,, TwitterPinterest and Instagram.

Tuesday, 24 September 2013

Owl & Drum Set For Tulsa Mini Maker Faire On Sept. 28

A fun, new creative showcase is just around the corner . . .

Owl & Drum is happy to announce it has been selected to take part in the inaugural Tulsa Mini Maker Faire.

The brand-new event is set for 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28, at Guthrie Green in the Brady Arts District.

More than 50 "makers" and 1,000 attendees are expected to flock to downtown Tulsa for the event, which is being hosted by the Hardesty Center for Fab Lab Tulsa.

"I'd heard about it before in other cities, so I was excited when I heard that Tulsa was going to have a Mini Maker Faire of its own!" said Bianca Howell, the co-owner of Owl & Drum.

"I thought that Owl & Drum should definitely be a part of this fun event, being that we are 'makers' as well. We are really look forward to it - especially to see all the wonderful things that people create."

The Tulsa Mini Maker Faire is described as a fun and engaging, community-based learning event that aims to inspire everyone to become a maker and to connect to people and projects in their local communities.

The faire will include artists, engineers, scientists, hobbyists, crafters, students, educators and many others. The idea is to provide a venue for all kinds - and ages - of makers to showcase their impressive work and to interact with interested local people.

The event bills itself as the "Greatest Show (and Tell) on Earth - a family-friendly showcase of invention, creativity, resourcefulness and a celebration of the 'Maker Movement.'"

The original Maker Faire was held in San Mateo, Calif., and its seventh annual event in 2012 showcased 800 makers and was attended by a whopping 110,000 people.

World Maker Faire New York - the other flagship event - has grown in three years to 500-plus makers and 55,000 attendees. Other events are staged in Detroit, Kansas City, Newcastle, England, and Tokyo.  

Mini Maker Faires are popping up all over the U.S., including in Tulsa for the first time on Sept. 28!

Maker Faire is organized by Make, the first magazine devoted entirely to DIY technology projects, and is supported by O'Reilly Media.

"Make unites, inspires, informs and entertains a growing community of resourceful people who undertake amazing projects in their backyards, basements and garages," the magazine says. "Make celebrates your right to tweak, hack and bend any technology to your will."

For more details, visit

Monday, 9 September 2013

Owl & Drum's 1st Birthday Party on Sept. 14

It's our birthday!

. . . and we're having a party to celebrate.

Owl & Drum celebrates its first anniversary in business on Saturday, Sept. 14.

From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., we've got a day choc-ful of in-store events and discounts.

Okie Traders, a new local company which specializes in leather handbags and accessories, will stage a "trunk show" all-day-long in our store at 2810 E. 15th Ave. in midtown Tulsa.

Sacha Matheos will have her special handmade handbags and accessories - such as key rings, hair bows and bracelets - for sale.

She will also offer people the opportunity to create their own custom leather handbags, featuring fabrics that people can chose from among the 300 bolts on the shelves at Owl & Drum.

Plus, "Angora Jane" Deason, who teaches classes at Owl & Drum, will be in the store from 1-4 p.m. to give yarn-spinning demonstrations on her spinning wheel.

Also scheduled for Sept. 14 are:

* A "make-and-take" table from 1-4 p.m. will see Mary Perisho teach interested children and adults how to make a variety of simple sewing crafts that they can take home and show to family and friends.

* 10% off all regularly priced fabric.

* 25% off already marked-down fabric and gifts.

* 25% off sewing patterns and craft books.  

"We are really excited for our first birthday party!" said Bianca Howell, the co-owner of Owl & Drum.

"We can't wait! It's going to be a fun day - and we hope customers, new and old, will stop by and see what's going on."

"We have had a great first year in Tulsa - and we look forward to, hopefully, having many more! Thanks to everybody for their support."

Located near the corner of Delaware Avenue and 15th Street, Owl & Drum is Tulsa's one-stop shop for fabric, craft supplies, books and handmade gifts.

For more details, send an email to or call us at 918-742-1404.

So, stop by our store on Sept. 14 and help us celebrate our first birthday. It should be a real hoot!

Thursday, 29 August 2013

Leah Duncan Fabrics Debut At Owl & Drum

Leah Duncan has many arrows to her creative bow.

And fabric - her latest artistic endeavor - is sure to hit the bulls-eye, too!

Already a successful greeting card and tea towel designer-illustrator-printer, her first-ever range of fabrics for Art Gallery Fabrics have just been released - and Owl & Drum is thrilled to have five different bolts of Duncan's debut designs.

"After seeing lots of bright colors in fabric collections, I was delighted to find these pastel hues in Leah Duncan's collection," said Bianca Howell, the co-owner of Owl & Drum.

"When I was living in Portland, I saw her cards in a little shop on Belmont Street and was inspired by her organic illustrations. The cards are beautifully illustrated and she uses a wonderful range of colors."

Duncan's collection of 100 percent premium cotton fabrics - titled "Tule" - feature interesting symmetrical and geometric shapes in distinctive colorways.

The five fabric bolts that have just been put on Owl & Drum's shelves are:

Terrain Cactus - featuring pale green spots on a white background, interspersed with orange and yellow dots;

Mojave Illuminated - featuring dark blue triangles on a white background, complemented by smaller green, orange and yellow triangles;

Windmarks Arid - featuring a chevron design of blue, peach, yellow and silver-gray dots on a white background;

Mojave Opaque - featuring white triangles on a peach background, plus random pea green, peach and silver-gray triangles;

and Native Fringe Solar - featuring geometric lines of orange, white and peach shapes in a Southwestern style.

Duncan is an Austin-based illustrator and textile designer who creates artwork inspired by nature, folk art and her love of children's illustrations. Each of her archival prints are created with pigment inks for long-lasting quality.

"Leah's collections are influenced by her Native American roots, mixing hand-drawn details with bright, eye-catching color combinations that will bring you to a world where folk meets modern," according to

Her wide range of greeting cards - depicting different types of flowers, as well as rabbits, buffalo, deer, whales, quails and other animals - are printed on entirely recycled paper.

Duncan also makes limited edition cotton tea towels that have proved popular with Owl & Drum customers since the store opened in midtown Tulsa a year ago.

"People just seem to love Leah's style," Howell said. "She's a very talented artist and designer."

For more details about Duncan and her creations, check out her website at

For more details about Hollywood, Fla.-based Art Gallery Fabrics, visit

For more details about Owl & Drum - which carries about 300 fabrics made by many different designers, crafts supplies and tools, plus numerous unique gifts - visit

The 2810 E. 15th St. store also sells many other items made by Tulsans, Oklahomans and artisans from Portland, Oregon, plus a wide variety of craft books.

Owl & Drum is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday. The store is closed on Sundays and Mondays, but it's open every day online at

For more information, call Bianca at 918-742-1404, send an email to, or follow us on Facebook,, TwitterPinterest and Instagram.

Saturday, 17 August 2013

Scandinavia Style by Westex Fabric

We have fallen in love with our latest Japanese imports from Westex fabrics. The collection is called Scandinavia Style and they are printed oxford cottons. 

This lightweight canvas fabric is perfect for home decor, handbags, and kitchen accessories. How fun would these prints be in your kitchen! They are so cheerful.

You can find these fabrics, as well as other Japanese offerings at our store in Tulsa, OK and in our Etsy shop. Click here to check them out!

Friday, 19 July 2013

New Heather Ross Fabrics Arrive At Owl & Drum

Heather Ross' debut collection for Windham Fabrics is here!

"Briar Rose" features a fun blend of summertime scenes, animals and fruits - from a family of happy frogs playing on logs on a pond to juicy strawberries, from a field of yellow daisies and orange poppies to a meadow of green four-leaf clovers.

Ross - a talented New York-based author, artist and designer - uses a pastel color palette of light greens, yellows, pinks and red hues for her cool collection.

The colorful and beautifully-drawn designs are printed on 100 percent quilting-weight cotton and are perfect for patchwork, bedding, decor, baby clothes or decorating a child’s nursery.

And five bolts of the stylish fabric have just arrived at Owl & Drum's store in midtown Tulsa, OK!

Nanny Bee

Hex Bee 


Cricket Clover

"I love Heather Ross' style," said Bianca Howell, the co-owner of Owl & Drum.

"I like her vintage-inspired illustrations and her whimsical use of color. And I know I'm not alone - a lot of my friends and Owl & Drum customers really like her fabrics. They have such a great look."

Ross' cool collection is close to her heart.

"In my family, summers are sacred," she writes on her website,

"They are about sun and rain and mud and frogs and strawberries and dirty feet. Of falling asleep on porches under piles of quilts as the air turns chilly and the crickets begin to sing.

"And of never, ever brushing your hair (but maybe your teeth!). And swimming. Lots and lots of swimming.

"Briar Rose is inspired by summers: past and present; and by families: mine and yours."

Ross has also had published a number of craft books, including the popular Heather Ross Prints, which contains a step-by-step tutorial on how to create your own fabric prints. Ross also illustrated a children’s book called “Crafty Chloe,” which was published in 2011.

For more details about Ross and her creations, check out her informative blog on her website.

For more details about her first-ever fabric line for the Jersey City, N.J., company, visit

For more details about Owl & Drum - which carries about 300 fabrics made by many different designers, crafts supplies and tools, plus numerous unique gifts - visit

The 2810 E. 15th St. store also sells many other items made by Tulsans, Oklahomans and artisans from Portland, Oregon, plus a wide variety of craft books.

Owl & Drum is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday. The store is closed on Sundays and Mondays, but it's open every day online at

For more information, call Bianca at 918-742-1404, send an email to, or follow us on Facebook,, TwitterPinterest, and Instagram.

Sunday, 30 June 2013

Liberty Lifestyle Fabrics Arrive At Owl & Drum

They're here!

Liberty of London's Liberty Lifestyle fabrics have just arrived at Owl & Drum.

Stile, the historic British company's newest collection, is inspired by the Art Nouveau movement, specifically the work of influential Scottish architect and designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh.



Liberty's designs at the time were influenced by the progressive art movement that swept through Britain and Europe.

"In fact, Liberty designs captured the moment so well that, in Italy, the Art Nouveau movement is known as 'Stile Liberty,'" the company said on its website,



"To reverse it seemed the perfect name for our (fabric) collection."

The new Stile Collection features eight designs and four color palettes.



Prior to designing the fabrics, Liberty staff researched the historic company's enormous archive of designs, references and images.

They then travelled to Glasgow to research the work of Mackintosh.

"His work seemed like a perfect fit as he was such an important representative of Art Nouveau in the United Kingdom," Liberty reported.

"While in Glasgow, we took photos and visited iconic buildings (Mackintosh designed) such as the Glasgow School of Art, the Willow Tea Rooms and the Hunterian Museum, where they have reassembled the interiors of Mackintosh's Glasgow home.

"These images were then used to produce new designs to sit alongside the wonderful archive prints."

Liberty - which was established in central London in 1875 - is one of the world's last great emporiums for innovative and eclectic designs.

The company prides itself on combining its rich heritage with cutting-edge and avant garde designs and products.

For more details, visit

Owl & Drum, located at 2810 E. 15th St. in Tulsa, is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday, and from 12-4 p.m. Sundays. It is closed on Mondays.

For more details about Owl & Drum – which stocks more than 250 different bolts of fabric, unique handmade gifts, craft books and equipment/supplies – visit or call Bianca at 918-742-1404.

Friday, 28 June 2013

First-Ever "Sew-In" Set For This Saturday, June 29

Hey, crafty people, pack up your sewing machines and bring them down to Owl & Drum!

We are hosting our debut "Sew-In" at our midtown Tulsa store from 6 p.m. to midnight this Saturday, June 29.

"The idea is to have a social event for everyone who is interested in sewing and quilting," said Bianca Howell, the co-owner of Owl & Drum, located at 15th and Delaware.

"Hopefully, we can be inspired by each others' work, as well as share ideas and expertise. It should be a fun event. We hope to see you there."

There will be special giveaways every hour, food and drinks, and 15% off all fabrics and supplies.

The cost is $25 per person.

Space is limited, so make your reservation today by sending an email to or by calling Bianca at 918-742-1404.

Friday, 21 June 2013

Our Customers Help Oklahoma Tornado Relief Efforts

Owl & Drum wishes to thank its loyal customers for supporting our fund-raising drive for the victims of the devastating tornadoes in central Oklahoma.

A check representing 10% of all our sales during the last week of May has been sent to the American Red Cross for disaster relief efforts in Moore, El Reno and surrounding areas.

Thanks again for helping us help Oklahomans in need. We appreciate your support.

Thursday, 20 June 2013

Monaluna's New Raaga Line Debuts At Owl & Drum

A new collection from one of our favorite modern organic cotton lines has just arrived at Owl & Drum.

The vibrant Indian-inspired line - made by the ever-popular Monaluna - is called Raaga.

The three bolts we are stocking are: Roost, which features colorful peacocks on a white background; Lotus Blossom, depicting the flowers in aqua, pink and pale green; and Sunrise, a triangular floral print in pink, red and orange.


Lotus Blossom


Check out these new, 100 percent organic cotton fabrics in our Etsy store today!

Friday, 14 June 2013

Owl & Drum Enjoys International Quilt Market 2013 in Portland

The spring International Quilt Market recently staged in Portland, Oregon, debuted the newest styles, designs and innovations from companies across the evolving fabric industry.

A lot of people are doing a lot of good work, that's for sure!

And many of those new creations are now arriving at Owl & Drum. Every week, more and more fabric, books, gifts and supplies are winging their way to our midtown Tulsa store.

"It was great to see all the interesting work being created by so many different designers and companies," said Bianca Howell, the co-owner of Owl & Drum.

"A lot of the new fabrics are now being designed by artists - such as Tula Pink, Leah Duncan, Charley Harper and Eloise Renouf - and not just traditional textile designers.

Dani and Bianca with the lovely Tula Pink

"So, some of these fabrics are, well, actual pieces of art. I love how they look and feel."

One artist who really caught the eye - with her great fabrics, her sense of fun and her colorful booth at the Portland Convention Center event - was Tula Pink.

"We are excited about Tula Pink's Acacia, which is her new line for Free Spirit Fabrics," Howell said.

"We love her color choices and her signature raccoon print. It was very hard to decide which fabrics to order from among the eight great prints she created in three different colorways."

Owl & Drum also ordered some of Tula Pink's needlepoint kits, which feature designs named Parisville Sky and Night Shade Absinthe from her previous fabric collections.

"Tula's got a great eye for design, detail and bold colors," Howell added. "She was great to work with and she's got a charming personality."

Harper is a well-known wildlife illustrator and Birch Fabrics have licensed his images for a range of fabrics named after the late artist.

Charley Harper for Birch Fabric

Duncan is an illustrator and textile designer based in Austin, Texas, whose first fabric collection has been unveiled by Art Gallery Fabrics. Her artwork (and now her fabrics) are inspired by nature, folk art and Duncan's love of children's illustration.

Leah Duncan for Art Gallery Fabrics

Renouf's latest collection for Cloud 9 Fabrics - featuring names such as Birdsong, Winter Woodland, Forest Floor and Passing Clouds - is a journey through woodland through the four seasons, with dense greens and golden hues in late summer and early autumn to paler, cooler colors in winter.

Eloise Renouf for Cloud 9 Fabrics

The International Quilt Market, which was established in 1979, is the only wholesale trade show for the worldwide quilting and soft crafts industry. It showcases quilting supplies, decorative crafts, textile arts, needle crafts, computer software and doll-making supplies.

The market, held each spring and fall in different U.S. cities, is the catalyst for the development of the quilting industry, which now boasts gross annual sales of about $3.6 billion in the U.S.

The International Quilt Market is staged by Quilts, Inc., which produces three consumer shows and two trade shows each year that “set the standard for both the art and the business of quilting,” according to its website,

The fall International Quilt Market will be held from Oct. 26-28 in Houston. The next spring quilt market will be held from May 16-18 in Pittsburgh, PA.

For more information about the International Quilt Market, check out its page on Facebook.

Owl & Drum, located at 2810 E. 15th St. in Tulsa, is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday, and from 12-4 p.m. Sundays. It is closed on Mondays.

For more details about Owl & Drum – which stocks more than 250 different bolts of fabric, unique handmade gifts, craft books and equipment/supplies – visit or call Bianca at 918-742-1404.

Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Amy Sedaris Fabric Arrives At Owl & Drum

Amy Sedaris has added another string to her creative bow.

The actress, author, comedian and keen crafter has designed her first ever fabric collection called "I Like You" for Windham Fabrics.

And Owl & Drum has got three bolts of the quirky, funky, 100-percent-cotton range!

The three Sedaris fabrics Owl & Drum recently received are called: Martini Floral, which features bold yellow and red tulips on a black-and-white striped background; Ric Rac Black, which has white wavy lines on a black background; and I Like You, with the words spelt out in different colors on a white background.

"I'm a big fan of Amy and I really like her satirical books, especially 'Simple Times: Crafts For Poor People," said Bianca Howell, the co-owner of Owl & Drum.

"Her other book, "I Like You: Hospitality Under The Influence," is also very funny.

"When I heard she was designing her first fabric collection we decided we had to have it in our store. We've been waiting patiently - and now it's here!"

"'I Like You' is an unmissable fabric collection," Windham Fabrics, a Jersey City, N.J. company, says on its website.

"Amy will sweep you off your feet with her unique and wacky design styles that you would only expect from her!

"Fun, cheer and whimsy - mixed with a little quirkiness - in the world of quilting is not necessarily a bad thing!"

For more information, visit

For more details about Owl & Drum – which stocks more than 200 different bolts of fabric, unique handmade gifts, craft books and equipment/supplies – visit, call Bianca at 918-742-1404 or stop by our store at 2810 E. 15th St. in midtown Tulsa, OK.

Friday, 26 April 2013

The Sorbetto Tank Top by Colette Patterns

If you are like us then you must love free sewing pattern downloads. Well, have we got one for you! The Sortbetto Tank Top by Colette Patterns.

We have just started carrying Colette Patterns at Owl & Drum and are very impressed. The owner of Colette Patterns, Sarai Mitnick, writes the patterns in a way that is very easy to understand. She also highlights certain sewing techniques that may be difficult and then she tells you where you can find the tutorial on how to do them. For example, for this tank top, Sarai provides the link to her blog post, which is all about making your own bias binding tape.

This pattern is for beginners and it is a great introduction into apparel construction. For the download click here.

Tuesday, 23 April 2013

Colette Patterns' Designs Debut At Owl & Drum

Owl & Drum is delighted to be stocking some fabulous and fresh new women's apparel designs from Colette Patterns.

The cool, funky company, which is based in Portland, Oregon, has a stated "goal to make sewing patterns that are exceptional in every way."

Owl & Drum recently received seven different clothing designs from Colette Patterns to sell in its midtown Tulsa, OK, store and on its web site.

"I really like their simple, classic - yet modern - designs," said Bianca Howell, the co-owner of Owl & Drum.

"The patterns are easy to read and Sarai (Mitnick) gives great instructions that are excellent for beginner sewists.

"We wanted to stock more patterns for women's clothing. The aim is to get people to start making their own clothes again - and Colette Patterns will definitely help with that!"

The new apparel patterns at Owl & Drum are: "Hazel" (a quick and easy dress); "Peony" (an elegant bateau neck sheath dress); "Violet" (a button-front blouse with short gathered sleeves); "Ginger" (a simple, pretty a-line skirt); "Laurel" (a chic shift dress); "Beignet" (a high-waisted straight skirt); and "Iris" (cute, simple-to-sew shorts).  

Colette Patterns was founded by "boss lady" and designer Sarai Mitnick in 2008.

"Colette Patterns was born out of a love of both sewing and the independent spirits of creative women everywhere," Mitnick says on

"Our patterns are designed for the crafty lady who loves design details, is inspired by vintage style, and wants clothing that's made just for her!

"Like our grandmothers who spent their evenings constructing their beautiful clothes, these sewing patterns are our canvases for everyday creativity.

"The designs themselves are often inspired by the past, but are constructed to be modern and wearable. Each is easily adapted in a range of versatile fabrics, are available in modern sizes 0 through 18, and have practical details, such as pockets."

Each pattern is packaged in a beautifully printed booklet with fine linen-textured cover and stitched binding. The instructions are clearly illustrated, each pattern includes a glossary of sewing terms and provides an area for sewists to write their own notes.

Mitnick - a self-described "project wrangler" - said on that she is "proud to contribute to the revival of sewing as a craft, and to help educate and inspire other sewists."

Kenn Wilson handles the company's logistics, keeping its web sites running and managing customer service. He also loves a well-crafted cocktail and writes about them on his Cocktailia blog. also features dozens of helpful sewing and clothes-making tutorials, plus tips and advice on adding details, fittings, seams, hems and adjustments.

"We’re extremely proud of the quality of our patterns and the cult following we’ve begun to inspire," Mitnick said.

She also writes a fun, informative blog called Coletterie on her company's web site, and has also authored a book called "The Colette Sewing Handbook."

For more details, visit

For more details about Owl & Drum – which stocks more than 200 different bolts of fabric, unique handmade gifts, craft books and equipment/supplies – visit, call Bianca at 918-742-1404 or stop by our store at 2810 E. 15th St. in midtown Tulsa, OK.

Wednesday, 17 April 2013

Cool Pics from "Look What I Made" Contest (Part II)

      Big thanks go out again to the two dozen customers who took part in Owl & Drum's first-ever "Look What I Made" contest. 

     The show-us-your-creativity competition, which ran for the month of March, saw people make wonderful items - ranging from colorful clothes and curtains, to quaint quilts and bold blankets - out of a wide variety of fabrics bought in our midtown Tulsa store. 

     Last week, we posted the first batch of pics from our entrants. Today, we are sharing the rest of the photo entries. We think you'll find them as neat as we do. 

     So, here goes . . . Enjoy (Part II)!    

     The above pictures feature items made by Kammy Pitts of Tulsa. The pillows are a Little Red Riding Hood print and the tote bag is a nesting doll print, both from Kokka.

     Kim Williams-Harris of Tulsa made this adorable, peasant-style dress for her little one. The fabric is from the collection Splendor 1920 by Bari J. for Art Gallery Fabrics.

     Lisa Swinney of Sand Springs made both of the pictured items above from innovative choices of fabrics. The e-reader case is made from Dear Stella's Buses and London from the Town & Country collection. The tooth-fairy pillow fabric is made out of Timeless Treasures' fabric called Vikings.

     Elizabeth Balloqui, a Tulsa resident who runs a children's accessories company called Teal & Co., made this "Jack & Jill" set. The fabric featured in the bow tie and the headband is Art Gallery's Celeste Pointelle. 

     Estela Greene of Tulsa whipped up this inventive wall hanging for her daughter, Luna. Estela embroidered her daughter's name on Alexander Henry's Princess Kingdom fabric.

     Made by Molly Weaver, this girl's maxi-dress features Lecien's 4 Girls, which is part of the Pitic Piticia fabric collection.

     The skirt pictured above was made by Jory Smith and is also made from Lecien's 4 Girls fabric. This whimsical design can be used for many fun fashions for girls of all ages.

     We love it - and we loved everything our great customers made during the "Look What I Made" contest!

     Thanks again for taking part. And thanks for supporting Owl & Drum. 

     Keep an eye for future competitions, giveaways, sales and special events on our Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest pages.