Posts Tagged ‘artfire’

I’ve put a couple of new items in the Artfire shop this week! I have 2 prints available now – one is a grey/black animal print, and the other is a black/floral. Both are knits – the leopard is cotton rib knit, and the floral is viscose knit. Viscose knit has a soft cotton-y feel to it; it’s not slippery like a polyester knit. Both would look great with any outfit since they have a neutral palette.
These are available in sizes XS-XXL. They are machine washable and retain their shape. Wear it by itself on hot days, or under a jacket or cardigan on cool days. Limited quantities.


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blog tour

Our Sew What Guild is having a Blog Tour event beginning May 15! It’s an opportunity to learn about some new artists as well as find tips, tutorials, and free patterns for all types of sewing. You might find a new blog that you can’t live without πŸ™‚

The theme is Pink and Green and every blog that participates will be offering a prize. So click on the photo above to be taken to the first blog on the tour on May 15. Each day after, return to that blog to find out the new blog on tour for the day.

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Sew What Guild

I’ve joined the Sew What Guild on Artfire and they seem like a bunch of fun ladies πŸ™‚ I was happy to see that many categories of sewing were represented – quilting, pincushions, home decor, children’s clothing, as well as my women’s clothing and accessories. An Artfire Guild is an online group of people with something in common who network together to promote Artfire, their own shops and each other.

The Sew What Guild will be having a Blog Tour event in May that I will be a part of. The theme is “pink and green”, which I think is fantastic! (Some of you may remember that those were Callidora’s original colors.) So stay tuned, I’ll give you more info when that Tour approaches.

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Shifting to Artfire

You will be able to find my Spring Collection items, some One of a Kinds, and destash items in my Artfire shop. I will continue on Etsy, but mostly as a clearance, wholesale, and one of a kind shop.

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