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!
Felt Bracelet from Loft Full of Goodies.
Gold Stacking Rings from Praxis Jewelry.
Metal Frame Purse from Octopurse.
Whale Bookends from Ocean Swept.
Citrus Trees fabric in charcoal from JAQS Fabrics.
Slippers from Molipop.
Girl’s French Sleeve Dress from Spoontamago.
Mugs from Julia Paul Pottery.
Carolina Snowflake from Billie Ruth Sudduth.
Embroidered Thank You Hoop, $40 from The Merriweather Council.
3D Hearts Valentine’s Day Card, $5 from Wit & Whistle.
Vintage Marshall Studios Candlesticks, $75 from Temple of Vintage.
Folkdance Screenprint, $45 from Roddy & Ginger.
Circle Flowers in yellow from my Stamped collection, $10 per half yard from Stash Fabrics.
Antique Blocks, $36 from Monki Vintage.
Cross Stitched iPad Case, $60 from Galaborn.
Arrow Earrings, $23 from Sparklefarm.
Handwoven Cotton Scarf, $130 from Sameheart Designs.
Congratulations to Daisey Jayne, #113 and the winner of the Sew Merry and Bright giveaway. I just spent some time on her new blog. If you like old houses, antiques, or DIY, her blog looks like a great spot for it! And a reminder to me that I have a lot of furniture to paint.
Help the environment while saving time and money. Make your own toilet paper! All you need is fabric, quilt batting, thread, and something to wipe. Enjoy!
Happy April Fool’s Day!