Hi everyone! I hope you are well.
Its looking more and more like our best bet for staying healthy these next few months is staying home whenever possible. Which actually doesn’t make me all that sad. I am a homebody at heart, and I love our new house in Santa Fe. I also love having time to sit and make things.
Sounds like 2020’s Fall and Winter seasons were kind of made for me.
Hello everyone! If you don’t follow me on Facebook or Instagram, you may not know yet, but my family is moving to Santa Fe, New Mexico! Which means that there is going to be a bit of a lag of studio work coming over the next couple of months. More on that very soon.
But first- Pincushions!
You guys, there is so much happening in our little quarantined lives right now, I can’t wait to share but I need to wait a little bit longer because I’m very superstitious.
I spent some time in my studio last week, tuning out the stress of everything around me, and finished up two new quilt patterns that have been long languishing in my to-do pile. I’m so excited to share them with you!
Online classes are here to stay for now. Let’s use them and get some inspiration! This week, grab either of my two online courses for 20% off using coupon code SUMMERSEW!
My online courses are yours forever, accessible whenever you’re ready to sit down and learn, right in your own sewing space. I answer all the questions personally, and am available for feedback whenever you need it.
Make Modern Scrap Quilts Using Color Value is a primer to how to use dark and light color value in your quilt design. It has been described as a true eye opener when it comes to understanding how to get more dimension and depth in your scrappy quilts.
You asked for the Upcycled Denim Herringbone Pillows class, you got it! This was a highly requested class when I first shared these pillows on Instagram back a couple of years ago. In this course I will show you all the steps to make them!
Sale ends Sunday night. Happy Making!
Hope everyone is having a decent week. This week’s Q(uilting) & A video is all about my favorite way to use and combine my quilt batting scraps.
I’m back this week with a new Q(uilting) & Answer video! And this week its about how to get knits and t-shirts ready to use in those classic t-shirt quilts. You know the ones everybody wants to make with their high school/college t-shirts, or the baby’s clothes?