Riding the waves!
This week's newsletter is completely devoted to the beach. The new fabric is beachy and I have a special beach celebration announcement.
But first, also related to the beach, I'll be away with my family next week so no orders will be shipped May 22 - 31. All orders (not requiring custom dyeing) will ship June 1.
New Waves Gradient!
My family gets together every May for a beach vacation and I start looking forward to it in April. Who am I kidding? I start looking forward to the next one the day we get back.
It's going to be so lovely to be together this year with all restrictions lifted in North Carolina. I've been in such a beach mood that I just had to translate that into a new gradient. I love the way that blue dye travels so that there are lots of dark areas in the green side to give the feel of movement. I had to name it Waves.
This gradient coordinates with the Color Wheel Shades Packs in Purple Blue and Blue Green.
Gradients Back In Stock
Summer Vacation Giveaway Week!
I'm going to accomplish 2 goals next week. First is a much-needed vacation away from the computer and the other is to clear out some treasures from my sewing room. Check in on the blog every day next week and enter each giveaway. There are 6 giveaways and you can enter each one.
5/18/2021 07:53:45 am
I hope you have a wonderful week at the beach. I think that is a great family vacation idea.
5/18/2021 08:05:57 am
The Waves gradient is so pretty! It does capture an overhead view of the waves coming into the beach. Good job! I would be excited to be heading to the beach for a week too! I haven't seen the ocean since 2012 when I went to California to my brother's wedding. Have a great time!
5/19/2021 09:16:35 am
Our beaches on the west coast of Oregon are a bit cold and stormy right now...enjoy yours
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I'm Vicki Welsh and I've been making things as long as I can remember. I used to be a garment maker but transitioned to quilts about 20 years ago. Currently I'm into fabric dyeing, quilting, Zentangle, fabric postcards, fused glass and mosaic. I document my adventures here.