Thursday, February 22, 2018

Hanne's Quilt Corner



Hanne's Quilt Corner - http://hannequilt.blogspot.com/
Description - Hanne - Always curious, always seeking challenges in quilting
Interests - Patchwork, quilting, Dear Jane, scrap quilts, miniature quilts, repro quilts, embroidery, stitchery, crochet

sew country chick



sew country chick - http://www.sewcountrychick.com/
About I'm Justine! Welcome to my sewing blog! Here you'll find lots of handmade clothing for myself and other lucky folks! I'm a native Los Angeleno who moved to a small farm outside of LA with my family.

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Dressed In Tome


Dressed In Time- http://dressedintime.blogspot.com/
Description - Historical costuming with a special love for the 18th century
Blog Introduction - Caroline -  For as long as I can remember I've been in love with historical costumes. I grew up watching movies with them and loving books about them and wishing I could wear them. Now I recreate them, and have for some time now.

One of the most convenient resources I have found has been other costumers' online blogs. I've gained so much from browsing these, I finally decided to start my own. And since we don't get too many costuming events in Vegas, I thought it would be fun to have somewhere to show my closet off :)

Hope I can contribute!

xx, Caroline

The Pragmatic Costumer



The Pragmatic Costumer - https://thepragmaticcostumer.wordpress.com
About Page -  Liz - I am a scholar and folk artist who enjoys learning about the lives of historical and literary characters beyond their textbook descriptions. Researching historical context occupies a large chunk of my time when I am not performing my library duties. A habitual, almost obsessive collector, I love gathering vintage, antique, and handmade costumes as well as creating a few limited pieces of my own. Understanding history is the key to understanding humanity and conserving what small pieces of our past we have left–be it a shoe button, family bible, or vase– will help educate future generations about the “why?” and “how?” of culture.  I’m currently using this site as a research and history collection for folks interested in the quirks and tricks of costuming/everyday historical life, but any questions are welcome!

You can contact me easily via The Pragmatic Costumer Facebook page:

Cozy Little Quilts - Creating memories one stitch at a time.....




Cozy Little Quilts - http://cozylittlequilts.blogspot.com/
Description - Creating memories one stitch at a time.....
About - Sue - I live in the small town of Grass Valley located in the foothills of California. I am married to my best friend and I have 2 grown daughters and 1 Grandson .I am retired and enjoy quilting and gardening. I started making quilts 25 years ago and love creating and piecing each and everyone of them. I hope to share my quilts and my garden with you.

Saturday, February 17, 2018

rosiepink



rosiepinkhttp://rosiepink.typepad.co.uk/rosiepink/
About - 'rosiepink' is me, Annie, and my mum, Lyn and we both live on the South Coast of England. We love textiles and fibres and have a passion for felt artwork. Stitching on felt gives such beautiful textures so we combine hand and free machine embroidery with our feltmaking to create wall art. We write this occasional blog to share some of the things we create and some of the lessons we learn along the way. Please feel free to comment on any post - we'd love to hear from you whatever your interest in our blog may be.

Crazy Mom Quilts



Crazy Mom Quiltshttp://crazymomquilts.blogspot.com/
About - Amanda Jean - Co-author of Sunday Morning Quilts. Scrap hoarder/lover/user. 

Margo Duke: Her Majesty Margo



Margo Duke: Her Majesty Margo http://hermajestymargo.blogspot.com/
About - Award Winning Fiber Artist and Designer

Friday, February 16, 2018

Studiofelter - Elizabeth Armstrong



Studiofelter - Elizabeth Armstronghttp://elizabeth-armstrong.blogspot.com/
About - Welcome to my blog!I hope to share some of my work and thoughts as I create and hope  they are of some interest.

In brief, I am a full time feltmaker and textile artist. My year
consists of exhibiting my work, teaching from my studio and
working as an artist in residence.

If you are interested in any of the work or having me come to your school - either here or abroad - please feel free to contact me for any further information. You can find many images and
further information at my website: http://www.frostfair.com/
or at http://www.flickr.com/photos/studiofelter/

Mixed Media Artist



Mixed Media Artist http://www.mixed-media-artist.com/
About Hi, I'm Cyndi, and I've been writing and updating Mixed Media Artist since 2005.  If you're a new visitor, welcome! Come travel with me through a mixed media art wonderland, where no materials are considered too strange to use in making something!  .....
More About Page http://www.mixed-media-artist.com/2016/01/welcome-to-mixed-media-artist.html

Country Log Cabin


Country Log Cabin - http://countrylogcabin.blogspot.com/
About -Ruth - I've been quilting more than 17 years, sewing most of my life. I've been married 54 years, have 3 married sons, 3 wonderful DILs and 5 grandchildren. I am now retired from the U. S. Court! DH and I enjoy camping in our 5th wheel. I have enough ideas to keep me busy for many years of quilting!

Seriously Crazy 4 Crafts - At Home With Heather



Seriously Crazy 4 Crafts - At Home With Heather - https://seriouslycrazy4craft.blogspot.com/
About: Heather Skip - I have been happily married to my darling husband for 40 years and have 2 grown children and 3 wonderful grandchildren. I love quilting, sewing, card making, knitting and crochet, collecting old china and old photos. I also love spending time in the garden where I find peace and comfort.