Tag: Suzy Ultman


Suzy Ultman Target Gift Card

Jennifer spotted this awesome Suzy’s gift card when checking out at Target.


Our Artists’ fabric spotted on Fabricworm.com

We’re proud to have 7 of our artists’ collections featured on fabricworm.com’s modern fabric & coming soon sections!

Carolyn Gavin

Silvia Dekker

Allison Cole

Suzy Ultman


Suzy’s Studio featured in Pimlico magazine

Check out Suzy Ultman’s gorgeous studio featured in the lovely online magazine Pimlico (page 16). – Beth


Two cool spottings of Suzy Ultman products

As seen on the True Up blog, Suzy’s Land of Nod dolls were hanging out at the Alexander Henry fabric booth at the 2013 Spring Quilt Market.

Also, Suzy’s fabric from Robert Kaufman has been made into the adorable dress “Have Fun, Will Travel” at Mod Cloth. Buy it here! -Julia


Make yourself a Suzy Ultman doll!

You can make these adorable dolls using Robert Kaufman’s free doll pattern (download available here) and Suzy Ultman’s brilliant fabric designs.


Suzy Ultman’s video why Lilla’s course could be so good for you!

Take a moment to hear Suzy Ultman, one of Lilla’s most successful artists, talk about her experience with Lilla, and why this class could be so good for you! (scroll down to see video)


Oceans of Fun – Letterpress Cards by Suzy Ultman

Suzy writes:

“Good friends + Good Fun = Sweet Nostalgic Charming New Nautical Notecards

These cards make their debut at the National Stationery Show next week. I’ll be signing giveaways alongside my partner in crime, Allison Chapman of Igloo Letterpress, at Booth #2854. Ahoy!”


Suzy’s fabric is now an adorable dress on ModCloth!

Suzy’s fantastic “Handle with Care” fabric with Robert Kaufman is now a dress exclusive with ModCloth. From the ModCloth site:

“From the marvelous motif of expressive hot air balloons and blackbirds sailing over a pale blue background to the charming silhouette of a notched sweetheart neckline and full skirt, this [is a] fantastic cotton frock.”


Suzy Ultman blog feature on Chronicle

From Chronicle Books blog:
“This month, we take a peek inside the journal of Suzy Ultman, the wonder woman behind a cornucopia of adorable Chronicle stationery and gifts.

I asked Suzy how she uses her own, and it turns out she’s a die-hard list-maker. Here’s a look at the list of lists she keeps in her journal, all sprinkled with adorable Suzy doodles, of course!

I love making lists. Always have. As a teenager, I re-wrote my class notes in notebooks and journals just for fun, listing out science-y facts or bullet-pointing homework assignments.

These days, I like to keep my list-making creative and fun. My journals are a place where I can explore ideas and goals, keep track of thoughts, and organize concepts. It’s also a way to revisit places I’ve been, and think about the places I want to go.

The best things about lists…
1. They are easy to keep.
2. They are never-ending. You can always add bits, delete parts, and come up with ideas between the lines.
3. There’s no greater sense of satisfaction than adding something new to your list, or crossing something off of it.

The Storybook Journal has become my go to spot for list-making. The detailed cover is a constant source of inspiration. It’s almost like the quaint characters are suggesting lists for me to make.


I started my Storybook Journal with some brainstorming, by jotting down lists I’d like to begin. Hey, it’s a list of lists!


I have scraps and scraps of paper with color pencil markings. I decided to organize my color thoughts for a project where I need boy, girl and gender neutral color stories.


I sometimes I like to paste a little pocket into my journal. As my book list grows, I can add cards to the pocket.


My boys & I like to bird and critter-watch. We call our backyard the “Nature Channel”. I was actually reminded, by my oldest son, that I forgot to list banana slug on this list.


I keep a post-it like this in my wallet (minus the doodles) with our household grocery essentials. I add everyday lists like this to my journal, and use them for drawing exercises. Sometimes, nothing is more inspiring than a quick post-it list.


This list is ever growing. It comes in handy for creative writing, and also sparks visual ideas.


I like to approach each day with thoughtful, positive energy. If I need a nudge in that direction, one or more of these mantras always helps. I love making additions to this list.


Inside the giant clog is my very special travel wish list. It is especially fun to cross items off of this list!


Suzy Ultman’s counting book at Land of Nod

What could be more fun than Suzy’s wool felt Counting Fun at LON? See more here.