Posts tagged ‘malka dubrawsky’

Fall Quilt Market 2012: Moda

At market, Moda is a fixture and they often have a fun and whimsical theme to welcome you into their section of the floor, and they have a big compound of booths! This market they had a theme of Glamping and color. The dip-dyed paint stirrers were my favorite part of their area. It’s a [...]

Fall Quilt Market 2011: Moda – A Stitch in Color by Malka Dubrawsky

Malka Dubrawsky is a freaking genius and I feel smarter and more creative just for living in the same town as her. If you follow her work, you know commercial fabrics are just a starting point for her. She dyes, bleaches, and stitches to come up with guaranteed unique creations. One of the first things [...]

Textile Stew: 8/2/11

The British brand Horrockses is re-launching this month! See my previous posts on Horrockses. “Cotton that looks like silk” from Reese Scannell in Australia (via Red Pepper Quilts) Casey’s Elegant Musings on Sourcing Vintage Fabric (and new fabric for vintage styles) Previews Tanya Whelan’s new book (out in December) Tilly strike-offs from Daisy Janie Circa [...]

Altering Commercial Fabrics

All of the sudden lots of people seem to be experimenting with overdyeing and bleaching commercial fabrics. Austin homegirl Malka Dubrawsky of A Stitch in Dye (shop | blog) seriously rocks these techniques. Above: her Twinkle Quilt, featured on a recent cover of Quilting Arts Magazine. There are so many possibilities here. By using resists [...]