You can wear a safety pin, but don’t forget to use your voice and actions to make a difference. Then we can go back to using our safety pins to baste quilts.
I’ve created a page where you can view all of my past newsletters with links to the tutorials. I’ll be updating this page each month after the newsletters go out, but you can subscribe in the sidebar to get the newsletter at the beginning of the month. I’m working on a simple but useful tote bag tutorial for November!
Quilt Market photos.
Rough Cut original artwork (hand-cut paper.)
Steps Tote Bag
Alder Skirt by Rachael Gander
Detail of baby blanket
Embroidery Hoop by Nancy Purvis
Cross Pillow by Nancy Purvis
Detail of Alder Skirt
Detail of Octopurse Pouches
Detail of Triangles Pillow
Shift Dress by Christine Haynes
Octopurse Frame Purse
Triangles Pillow from 1, 2, 3 Quilt
Deep Pockets Tunic by Deborah Moebes
This weekend my new collection for Kokka is showing at International Quilt Market in Pittsburgh! If you are there, please visit the Kokka and Seven Islands booths #2045/2145. For photos of all the prints and colorways, click here. Wholesale information in the U.S. can be found at Seven Islands. In Europe, please visit Nunoya for more information.
Thankfully I had some generous people to help me sew. In the slideshow above, you can see the amazing things they made:
Daphne Parthoens from Octopurse made her beautiful frame pouches and clutches with the linen blend fabric.
Deborah Moebes made her new Deep Pockets Tunic using the Sitting Geese and Broken Plaid double gauze. Look for the pattern soon!
Christine Haynes made the Shift Dress in Broken Plaid and Quarter Circles double gauze. The pattern will be in her forthcoming book from Skirts and Dresses for First-Time Sewers from Barron’s Press.
Nancy Purvis made the beautiful patchwork pieces in the embroidery hoop and pillow using the cotton and linen blends. Look for exciting things from Nancy soon!
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