I thought long and hard about sponsors on my little blog. I feel strongly that my local shops have had my back and have supported me throughout my adventure here in Seattle. So I reached out to them and you can find their buttons along my sidebar.
This week I hightailed it to Ballard to see Keli at Drygoods Design. If you haven’t had a chance to browse Drygood’s well curated collection, then the time has come to pack yourself up, hit the farmers market and tap your credit card. You won’t be disappointed!
They are now open Tuesday-Saturday 11-6pm and Sundays 10-4pm and online 24/7. Keli has started a studio night one Thursday night a month and is hoping to kick it up to two.
I love this Nursery Versery.
I knew the minute I saw this line that I wanted some new samples made with it for my Whole Cloth Quilt Class. I picked the Ruby Sunday flannel and the Crumb Grass flannel by Cloud9 to coordinate. I threw it in the wash last night and just as Keli said, it is remarkably soft.
Happy Sunday and hope to see you at the opening for Krista Wither’s exhibit at Island Quilter on Friday!
::Improvisational Elongated Triangle Blocks:: $45 Thursday October 4th from 6-9pm at the Quilting Loft in Ballard.
Create an edgy block of triangles with this simple improvisational technique. Follow up with an invisible zipper class or create your own quilt. All levels of sewists welcome.
::Invisible Zipper Class:: $45/ Thursday, October 11th from 6-9pm at the Quilting Loft in Ballard.
Installing invisible zippers if easier than you think. Come learn how to make professional looking pillows, you’ll be hooked! All levels of sewists welcome.