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by Tori

Introducing Simple Simon & Company

April 9, 2014 in News

I'm very excited to introduce you all to the newest members of the Totally Stitchin' community, Liz & Elizabeth Evans, the talented ladies behind Simple Simon & Company! Who is Simple Simon and Company? It turns out that the creative women behind this fun blog are not so simple at all. We love their fresh style and easy to follow tutorials, ...

by Tori

Meet Kate from See Kate Sew

December 13, 2013 in Stitchin Women

Some people just know what they’re meant to do. Kate Blocher was born to sew. She started sewing as a girl and decided in college that it was how she wanted to spend every day. In 2013, Kate joined the Totally Stitchin’ community with hopes to spread her passion for young, trendy projects to other sewing enthusiasts. Kate grew up in ...

by Tori

Stitchin’ Women Update: Lindsay Wilkes + GIVEAWAY

November 20, 2013 in Stitchin Women

We introduced you to Lindsay Wilkes of the Cottage Mama awhile back, and we are so excited to bring you all up-to-speed with the exciting things she has going on! Lindsay recently released her first book, Sew Classic Clothes for Girls! The book includes 20 girls' dress, outfit and accessory patterns with a vintage-inspired aesthetic. Not only is the book filled ...

by Tori

Quiltmaker’s 100 Blocks with Kelly Bowser

November 11, 2013 in News

We are so lucky to have such awesome Stitchin' Women in our community. While Totally Stitchin' focuses on all areas of sewing, we love that our community members are making waves in the quilting world. We recently caught up with Amy Ellis, and now we are excited to share with you that Kelly Bowser from Kelby Sews has a block ...

by Tori

Stitchin’ Women Update: Amy Ellis

October 21, 2013 in Stitchin Women

A few months ago, we introduced you to Amy Ellis, a talented quilter, author, mom, and more. Today, I want to give you all a quick update about what Amy has been up to lately! Amy has a new book out called Modern Neutrals: A Fresh Look at Neutral Quilt Patterns. The book not only features Amy's impressive piecing and quilting ...

by Tori

Meet Amy Ellis

May 9, 2013 in Stitchin Women

Meet Amy Ellis! Although her mom (a left-handed sewer) refused to teach her to sew “backwards”, Amy Ellis still chose an unconventional quilting route.  Amy’s known for her modern quilting techniques and trendy style. In fact, she has contributed to numerous publications and has written three modern quilting books. Amy has sewn for years using the Baby Lock Melody, and now ...

by Tori

Meet Heather from The Sewing Loft

April 17, 2013 in News, Stitchin Women

Our list of amazingly talented bloggers is constantly growing, and today we’re pleased to welcome Heather Valentine to the Totally Stitchin’ family. We love Heather’s unique style and creative spirit, and she loves “reclaiming creativity” with her Baby Lock machines. Heather does most of her sewing on the Baby Lock Ellisimo Gold, but she also has an Imagine serger and a ...

by Elise

My Sewing Adventure Story

February 13, 2013 in News, Stitchin Women

I grew up watching my mom be crafty. She was always into something from miniatures to sewing to scrapbooking. I swore I would never do any of those things. I didn't like to sit still long enough to even try. That all changed just a few years ago when I had my son and started sewing. I married my best friend, ...

by Tori

Meet Shannon From Fabric Nosherie

January 4, 2013 in Stitchin Women

You know the feeling you get when you walk into a bakery and the sweet smell of pastries takes over as your eyes jump from one beautifully decorated cake to another? This is the feeling Shannon Robinson hopes to elicit when you walk into the Fabric Nosherie. And it does! At Totally Stitchin’ we love the mouthwatering fabrics in Shannon’s ...

by Tori

Welcome Lindsay, the Cottage Mama!

September 26, 2012 in Stitchin Women

Today we welcome Lindsay Wilkes, founder of The Cottage Home, to the Totally Stitchin’ community. Lindsay was born in San Francisco, California and lived there until she moved to Houston, Texas at age 13.  In 2001, she moved to Chicago, Illinois to attend DePaul University, and has been in the area ever since. In 2004, Lindsay married her high-school sweetheart, Brett, ...
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