Posts tagged ‘Wool Felt’

Jordan Elise

{ Unidentified Animals } Jordan Elise Perme is a freelance toy and textile designer based in Cleveland, OH. She has creates what she calls Horrible Adorables, which are these amazing, elaborate, faux-taxidermied wool felt creatures. She also designs textile patterns, available though Spoonflower — some in the Horrible Adorables theme and some not, some made [...]

Textile Stew: 3/28/11

Denyse Schmidt has a new quilting pattern with McCall’s based on her Spool quilt. The Project Selvage deadline has passed, but there are two weeks left to submit a pattern for the Steven Alan Pattern Design Challenge on Threadless. Ever Kelly has great tips for sewing felt. And over on BurdaStyle, a nice detailed article [...]

Review: Wee Wonderfuls: 24 Dolls to Sew and Love

This is part II of Hillary Lang’s blog tour. See here for part I, the giveaway! — Kim K. Wee Wonderfuls: 24 Dolls to Sew and Love by Hillary Lang STC Craft, 2010 If, like me, you’re one of the legions of longtime fans of crafting blogger/goddess Hillary Lang and her influential work at Wee [...]

Felt Week: Interview With April of Felt-o-rama

Editor’s note, 11/13/09: In some very unfortunate timing on my part, April temporarily shut down Felt-o-rama yesterday for maternity leave. This interview took place some time ago and I hadn’t communicated recently with her re: my publishing timetable, so my sincere apologies to April and to those of you excited about checking out her shop [...]

Quilt Market Fall 2008: Japanese Fabric: Sunfelt

I found Myrinda of Fabric Hound over the sample rack at the Kokka booth and we became instant BFFs (I think it’s that way with anyone who meets her! She’s insane!). Someone told her she looked like a waitress with her 15-Minute Apron from Threaded Pear Studio, so naturally when confronted with a tray of [...]