Friday, February 27, 2009

On My Desk...

In addition to translating my website, preparing for three spring shows, and adding new items to my shops, I've decided to add one more thing to my plate. We are preparing a Still Water Designs update letter for the first of March to introduce new fabric lines, announce show dates, and a blog giveaway (details coming very soon). We have prepared a fabric sample to go out with each update letter to show the colors, prints, and quality of the new fabrics. For this month, we are introducing Jane Sassaman fabrics.


5 comments:

  1. Just adore your fabrics!So colourful! For the first time in my life I wish I was able to sew. But as I am not patient enough and totally clumsy I decided (after a few trys) that I am better at doing other things and locked needle and thread away.

    I exclaimed in delight at reading that you are planning on a blog giveaway! So there will be one more reason to visit your beautiful blog.
    Have a nice day!
    Stephie

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  2. Stephie, you may just have to get your needle and thread back out and give it one more go. Who knows, maybe you just need a some really colorful and fantastic fabric to jump start some creative juices.

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  3. ..you are slowly but surely becoming a role model and inspiration to me, my dear, your focus, taste, dicipline are just wonderful (and doing it all in NORTHERN GERMANY?? I am not even going to BEGIN to comment on the inertia which kicked my @$$ there)....good for you. Love everything.

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  4. Believe me, I gave needle and threat more than one go. I was distressed every time I gave it a try.(Not to speak about the results). I wish there was a possibility to sew with clue. Until then i will just look at your beautiful fabrics.

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  5. Oh, I'm so sorry to hear that. My mother taught me when I was very young and I have loved to sew and create ever since. But I always hated sewing with patterns. It was very frustrating to me to spend so much time laying them out just right, pinning them in place, and carefully cutting them when all I really wanted to do was to start sewing... immediately. That is why it works out great for me to make my own patterns and cut with a roll cutter (like a pizza cutter). It has really changed the way I work.

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