Somewhere along my sewing and quilting journey, I discovered Lizzy House. Her fabrics are whimsical, fun and beautifully colored. When I go to my stash to pull rainbow colors, I tend to gravitate to her fabrics. Between the cats in her Catnap fabric line, her pearl bracelets, Constellations fabric or her Halloween line, Guising, I am not sure which is my favorite.
Here are a few of the projects I have made with her fabrics:[twocol_one][/twocol_one] [twocol_one_last][/twocol_one_last]
Admittedly, I am a Lizzy House fan girl. Being a fan girl means I
stalk get excited when I can learn more about my interest. I watched the Creative Bug class on Fabric Design and enjoyed seeing the inside peak into her process. (If you have never seen this series, it is worth it!) At Quilt Con, I very briefly met her during her popup shop between classes. Before our podcast, I was not sure what to expect. When you admire someone and their work, it can be intimidating. I went through my normal research process and prepared questions in advance.
Even though I started the conversation with few expectations, I was still surprised at our conversation. If you are expecting a light conversation about fabric colors and the design process, you will be disappointed. If you want to hear Lizzy talk about artistic credit, how she designed her mystery and Meadow quilts with her emotions coming through her every word, or her feelings about the societal expectations of women, then you are in for a treat. Our conversation is the reason I wanted to start my podcast. I want to talk about these issues, hear other perspectives, learn from each other and find ways to leave the world a better place. I can not wait to hear what you think.
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Notes from the Show:
Suppose (one of Lizzy’s favorite shopts)
Jacqueline Sava of Soak
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