Please excuse the radio silence, I’ve been very busy stitching and pattern writing and ran out of steam to blog. I’m here for a flying to visit to show a couple of little things I’ve made for the very lovely Katy Jones. I’m sure most of you will know that Katy is heading off to Quilt Market to launch her first fabric collection for Art Gallery Fabrics. I had the great privilege of working with some of Katy’s knit strike offs but I will admit to perspiring more than is appropriate for a lady while cutting out a little girl’s dress. I had only sewn with knit fabric once so I was taking a bit of a chance volunteering to make something with Katy’s precious strike offs but fortune favours the brave 😉 I used this lovely pattern for the dress, stripped down to its most basic form due to the joyous no-fray properties of knit fabric. The end result is rather cute.
The knit has a beautiful drape and I would recommend it to anyone! I just wish I could get away with wearing this colour…I am contemplating it in the skirt of a dress because I just love the print! Here’s a closer look at the detail of the print…yummy, I tell you!
Then, last weekend, I thought it would be nice to do an embroidery for Katy using the Priory Square artwork. There were a fair few hours worth of stitching involved but I had a fantastic cheering squad over on Instagram!
This slightly crumpled piece has been turned into something truly beautiful by Katy! I’m so thrilled to have played a tiny part in the making of Katy’s booth. I can’t wait to see pictures of the finished booth next week! More importantly though, I can’t wait to get my hands on the the fabric, I definitely need yardage of this line! Catch you soon x