Dye class is my happy place! I spent the middle of May in dye student heaven – two weeks of classes with Carol Soderlund at the Crow Barn in Baltimore, Ohio! This year marks my 15-year anniversary of taking classes there. And for the rest of my post – pictures and more pictures!!! Oh – […]
There’s a color party going on at DippyDyes . . . For the start of a new year, why not treat yourself to new fabric? It ticks all the boxes: Non-calorie Fun Eye candy And for something really spooky – I will be picking the colors! Each year Nancy Crow teaches for two weeks at
Signups for the Stash Builder Subscription Box close tonight! Let’s see – I could write: Don’t miss out! Go there now! What are you waiting for?!! . . . . Or words to that effect. The problem is, I don’t want to be pushy or obnoxious, and if you’ve read this far, you probably get
I just got a nice email from a Carol Soderlund student who asked about my homemade pleater. Since this post has been languishing since 2013, now is a good time to dust it off! Here are links to my two videos showing the pleater in use: Loading the Pleater and Removing Fabric from the Pleater.
Why? You may ask, and the reason is that I dye fabrics for clients who work with solid colors. Some are improvisational quilters, some have studied with Nancy Crow, and some might call themselves Modern Quilters. I’d venture a guess that all of them have worked with the hundreds of colors of Kona® cotton and
There are two upcoming guild lectures AND two workshops at guilds – all IN PERSON! The workshops are “Manipulations – It’s a Good Thing” on September 11 in Tuckahoe, NJ, and “Basic Dyeing plus stitch to Dye” on September 18 in Lebanon, PA. Here’s the calendar listing. To sign up for either, send me an email and I will