Textile Stew: 4/28/10

The textiles of Club Geluk are too good, and I love the website too! (via Bloesem Kids)

Could the styling be any more perfect? Little girl’s dress made with vintage Hawaiian fabrics, from Mette.

And could this photo styling be any more perfect? Little girl’s dress made with vintage Hawaiian fabrics, from Mette.

Issue #1 of The Fat Quarterly e-zine launched yesterday! It’s a collaboration between six modern quilter/bloggers and promises to feature quilt patterns, designer interviews, show reviews, and of course, lots of fabric. Buy your issue here.

Heather Ross has a new website and she’s holding a contest for a sweeeeeeet prize package.

Meanwhile, Tula Pink is holding an awesome “History of Tula Pink” giveaway — six jellyrolls, six collections, over six weeks.

AND a Joanna Figueroa giveaway over at The Creative Connection!

Ruth Krueger’s brother (a deputy with the Hays County, TX Sheriff) was severely injured off the job. To raise money for him, she’s making a really cool quilt out of Amy Butler fabrics, sharing the process along the way, and will be raffling it off at the end of May. Get progress updates and join the raffle at Operation Stinky Big Brother.

Flying Star Toys (via The Red Thread)

Great NYT story about Eddie Feibusch, old-school zipper purveyor.

And another great NYT story about new-school digital textile printing in fashion.

One Comment

  1. kristin says:

    hi, kim! thank you very much for featuring my little dress :) i also enjoyed the feibusch story – i buy all my zippers from them.