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REBEKAH L. SMITH…

As a former quilter I did a lot of appliqué. I love hand stitching so all my appliqué was done by hand – cutting out, turning under the edges and then appliquéing with fine, invisible stitches. Years ago I discovered a wonderful magazine called Folk Crafts. Each issue was devoted to approximately 5 different types of traditional folk art – rughooking, punch needle, feather trees, tinwork, carving etc. The article would cover the process in detail and the artist would always include a pattern. I fell in love with the history and process of wool appliqué/penny rugs when it was featured in one of the articles. It had warmth, texture and seemed to work up so easily – no turning under and yeah, stitches that were supposed to be seen!

Recently, I decided it would be fun to add something new to the studio so a few months ago I started carrying some wool appliqué patterns by Rebekah Smith. (#rebekahlsmith) – her work is so lovely and has that same warmth and aged look that I love. A few new patterns will be available come April 19! I will be carrying some of these as kits (wool and pattern). In September, I will be teaching her wool appliqué mittens as one of my workshops at Fibrefest in Almonte.

Here are the new Rebekah Smith patterns being launched:

and the mitten workshop I will be teaching…

7 responses »

  1. Nancy McFarland

    They are lovely. A mitten workshop would be fun. Too early to sign up? I know I will be around this year. Hugs Nancy

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  2. Francine Caves

    I love it!!! Can’t wait to see your patterns.
    Do you have wool available in small pieces.
    You have to move to Richmond!

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  3. Rebekah’s work is amazing. She lives an hour or so from me so have taken several classes from her. She is just sweet as can be ❤️

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  4. Love these patterns. ❤️ And the project is portable when you don’t have room in your suitcase. I’m in.

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  5. Oh! So charming! Bring them on…..

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  6. They are lovely! Beth

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  7. such wonderful pieces I do not do stitching nearly enough.

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