I’ve been a terrible slacker. There are stacks of projects on my cutting table, finished scarves to be photographed, business cards to be designed and printed, taxes to be filed, orders to ship (packages went to Australia and Canada yesterday, Italy today), and piles of notes everywhere.
A box of fabric tipped over this morning when I was checking my email at the computer, and now I am standing in a puddle of kimono silk. *sigh* I feel so pretty.
In February you will see an increase in items in my shop, including more sashiko thread and kits (remember, thread prices go UP as soon as new stock arrives in a few days so get yours now), vintage kimono fabric bundles, books, and new cotton yardage from Kona Bay. I’m excited!
If you are interested in having me come teach a class or hold a trunk show for your local quilt guild, library, school or craft group, please let me know as soon as possible. My spring schedule is rapidly filling up! I am willing to drive within the greater Northern California San Francisco Bay Area (San Jose to Sacramento or thereabouts), possibly even to Reno/Tahoe if you can put me up for the night. I honestly do enjoy a road trip. Email me for rates and details.
The KimonoMomo website is once again being updated. Sincere apologies to all whom I’ve sent over there, only to find it hopelessly out of date. Yes, I’m on it, and things are improving, one page at a time. HTML coding takes a bit of time and mental focus, but I love it.
As for the KimonoMomo Etsy shop, I have a goal of 200 listings by February 5. I’m currently at 149, so there’s 51 to go in just over a week. If you have any special requests, let me know. I do my best to accommodate them as often as possible.