Hello and happy tuesday! Here in Centralia fireworks are still going off here and there, and I'm busy preparing for next weekend's trunk show and pop-up shop at Industrie Redux in downtown Olympia.
At this event, I'll be sharing part of my quilting process in addition to vending unique, handmade textile goods. During the event, I will be working on paper-piecing blocks for an earth tone, scrappy batik strip quilt.
Items for sale will include cute as heck zipper pouches, some embroideries, upcycled clothing, quilts of all sizes, and patterns. Below are a few of the items that will be available!
Mention this blog post at the event, and I'll give you 10% off your purchase! I haven't done a big event like this in awhile, and I'm so stoked to show you all IN PERSON what I've been working on.
QUILT AUCTION: STITCHERS FOR UNITED FAMILIES
Stitchers for United Families is a Quilt auction July 9-13 to benefit RAICES and the immigrant and refugee families in crisis. 100 quilts have been donated from textile artists around the world.
This quilt from the Hill & Valley Collection is up for auction on Instagram @stitchersforunitedfamilies. The starting bid is $125.
This flannel floral and kona cotton wholecloth quilt is also up for auction. Starting bid is $50.
In addition to donating to Stitchers for United Families, I will be donating 10% of all proceeds in the month of July to RAICES. This includes in-person sales at the Industrie Redux pop-up and at my space in Gallery Boom. If you've been eyeing something, now is the time to help a local small business (me) AND a non-profit group (RAICES). You know, vote with your wallet.
In case you missed it...
Last week my Desert Angles Quilt Pattern was published in issue 23 of Make Modern Magazine, a digital publication from Australia (available internationally, click here to purchase).