• Visible Mending Webinar

    Visible Mending Free Webinar with Jenny Wilding Cardon   Welcome to the world of visible mending – where holes, rips, tears, and even stains provide opportunities for one-of-a-kind creativity.  In this free, 1-hour webinar, Jenny Wilding Cardon will demonstrate step-by-step how to mend and repair damaged or worn clothing.   April 9, 2019 2:00 pm EDT Can’t make it? You can still sign up and watch it on-demand following the initial broadcast!   What you’ll learn: The concept of Visible Mending Two easy hand-sewing techniques to mend clothing, linens, and other fabric items Boro stitching, a traditional Japanese mending technique A fun technique for turning unsightly holes into cool conversation…

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    Jenny Wilding Cardon + Visible Mending: Featured Artist

    Featured Artist: Jenny Wilding Cardon We’re highlighting Jenny Wilding Cardon so you can learn about how she started her quest of Visible Mending to breathe new life into worn, outdated, antique and thrifted items. All you need is a needle and thread to re-create some of her looks and mend garments, decor and accessories in an artful way. Jenny Wilding Cardon has been maneuvering the two worlds of sewing and thrifting since high school. Back then, she would design eccentric, rebellious items of clothing, and then make her friends wear them to school. After graduating from college in Utah with a degree in Women’s Studies, she spent three years with…

  • Wild-Motion Quilting

    Wild-Motion Quilting Free Webinar With MJ Kinman – Textile Artist Learn the step-by-step process of wild-motion quilting with MJ Kinman, Nationally Know Artist, Quilting, and Designer in our Free Webinar. Wild-Motion quilting is a technique that MJ has perfected and features on her award-winning gem-stone quilts. In this free, 1-hour webcast you will learn the concepts behind Wild-Motion Quilting, while MJ teaches you step-by-step her entire process. Plus, you’ll learn how to apply these concepts to any quilt, including MJ’s amazing gem-stone quilts.   March 12, 2019 2:00 pm EDT Can’t make it? You can still sign up and watch it on-demand following the initial broadcast! What you’ll learn: The…

  • Featured Artist: Stephanie Kendron of Modern Sewciety

    Featured Artist: Stephanie Kendron of Modern Sewciety Podcast Learn about Stephanie Kendron and how she uses Sulky products to make her projects shine. We’re thrilled to introduce our newest Featured Artist, Stephanie Kendron. Stephanie is a fantastic sewist and the host of the Modern Sewciety podcast. If you haven’t given her podcast a listen, you REALLY should! She chats with creatives in the sewing industry, getting all the latest trends, tips, and information to inspire sewists from beginners to experts. Stephanie has been featured in magazines such as Love Patchwork & Quilting, Sew News, Modern Quilts, and Sewing World, to name a few. We had HER sit in the guest…

  • Why It’s Never Too Late to Start Machine Embroidery

    I met Clyde by phone about a year ago when he called with some questions about threads and stabilizers.  I was so charmed by him, and we ended up talking about all kinds of things.  The fact that he was 80+ years old and had just recently embarked on a computerized embroidery hobby blew me away!  He kept in touch, and I asked to read his book. (Yes!  He wrote a book – for his family and friends).  After his wonderful book, I felt like we were friends, too.  It is so unusual to meet men who embroider; and men who begin embroidery in the their 80’s are rare indeed. …

  • Featured Artist | Katie Bartz of “Sewing Scene”

    “Katie has a reputation of being an adventurer and an inspiring entrepreneur.” Introducing our newest Featured Artist – Katie Bartz of Sewing Scene. We asked Katie to answer a few questions to learn a bit more about her, such as how she came to be such a great instructor and what her future plans are in the sewing industry. Where were you born? I was born in Hibbing, Minnesota and grew up in my formative years in Palisade, Minnesota. I now reside near Missoula, Montana. How did you grow up (i.e. in a city, on a farm, raised by wolves, etc.)? We lived 18 miles from town and we lived…