Posts tagged ‘process’

Textile Stew: 5/5/10

Pin Pals on Etsy make cross-stitch pins, buttons, barettes, and other ephemera. So sweet! (via Black Threads) Melody Miller reports that her debut for Kokka, Ruby Star Rising, won’t be released till fall. Alexia (Saki Designs) is selling some Flea Market Fancy and out-of-print Heather Ross for Nashville Flood Relief. The book Pattern by Orla [...]

Giveaway / Q&A: Jessica Levitt on Timber

Nearly a year after bringing her fresh designs to Spring Quilt Market 2009 to find a home, new designer Jessica Levitt sits down to share with us the tale. After you are thoroughly impressed, please enter our giveaway for one of three fat quarter packs of Timber — details at the end of the post. [...]

Guest Post/Giveaway: Josephine Kimberling on Glam Garden

Thanks so much to Kim for inviting me back to True Up, to guest blog about my new fabric collection, Glam Garden! Last time I was here Kim interviewed me about my debut fabric collection Hot Blossom, and today I’m going to share with you the inspiration and creative process behind Glam Garden. For Glam [...]

Process-Palooza!

It’s a mini-meme! This week has seen a handful of talented surface pattern designers posting about their design process. If you follow along you’ll see that the tools are a little different, but the process (basically, of futzing around till you’re satisfied) is largely the same. Betz White takes us from doodle to Illustrator finished [...]

Heather Ross’ Blog March: Inspiration to Fabric

Today I am thrilled to welcome artist/designer/writer extraordinare Heather Ross (blog). She’s here as part of her Blog March to promote her brand new book Weekend Sewing. The publisher, STC Craft, is giving away a copy of Weekend Sewing to one lucky reader. Just comment on this post by this Saturday, March 21, 2009, at [...]