Survey time! Sleeping Porch by Heather Ross

Heather Ross has a gorgeous new collection of cotton lawns designed for dressmaking and quilting (see the quilt look book here)! Featuring super saturated colours and Heather’s whimsical illustrations, Sleeping Porch is inspired by a single well-loved room in Heather’s house in the Catskill Mountains in New York. Sleeping Porch will ship in January and will be £18 per metre. Help us choose which prints we should stock!

Sleeping Porch by Heather Ross

Everyone who completes a survey by 23 October will receive 25 Stash Points to spend at The Village Haberdashery.

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The colour of the month for October is light blue

This month our Colour of the Month Club members receive light blue bundles! There are some super fun prints in here! The teeny tiny scallop by Bonnie & Camille, the typewriter style text print from Paper Obsessed by Heather Givans to name two faves. Read on for all the details about the fabrics in this bundle.


Clockwise from top, this bundle includes:

Urban ScandinavianFloral in White on Blue by Kirstyn Cogan (P + B Textiles)
BluebirdLeaflet in Natural by Rashida Coleman-Hale (Cotton and Steel)
PlaygroundDusty Ring o’ Roses by Amy Sinibaldi (Art Gallery)
Nutcracker ChristmasSnowflakes in Aqua (Riley Blake)
Little RubyLittle Sundae in Aqua by Bonnie & Camille (Moda)
Sew and SewApron Strings in Berrylicious by Chloe’s Closet (Moda)
Clover – Tiny Tiles in Turquoise by Alexia Abegg (Cotton and Steel)
Paper Obsessed – Time to Write in Cerulean by Heather Givans (Windham)
Desert BloomHexies in Blue by Amanda Herring (Riley Blake)
TwistCyan (Dashwood Studio)


Clockwise from top, our Kona Cotton Solids bundle includes Lake, Sky, Blue, Baby Blue, Dusty Blue, Aqua, Azure, Bahama Blue, Robin Egg and Jamaica.

Want a handpicked bundle of designer and or solid stash builders delivered to your letterbox each month? Why not join our Colour of the Month Club!

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An update on our new shop!

I am so thrilled to have an update for you about our new shop! There have been some delays since our last update, but last week we had a meeting with the developers of our new building and we are scheduled to begin our fit out on 21 November!

We are planning to accelerate our fit out plan with the goal of opening the weekend of 10 and 11 December. That’s the weekend we usually have our annual anniversary party to celebrate our first bricks and mortar shop and it would make us all so happy to be able to celebrate in our new space this year!

Ballymore West Hampstead Square rendering

For background, we announced late last year that we secured a glorious space for our shop and followed that announcement with an exciting and successful crowdfunding campaign to raise money for the expansion.

I took a few pictures on the site last week and wanted to share what the building looks like now! This is our future ground floor lobby. This is where you’ll enter and then go up the stairs or the lift to get to our first floor space.


Here are our future stairs!


Our bridge is nearly complete. After you go up the stairs you’ll cross over this bridge to get into the shop.



This is what the bridge looks like from the first floor. They were waterproofing it when I visited.


I think this will be a nice space to have. It will be mostly covered by the balcony below, so it can work for buggy or bike parking.


This is our front door from the inside!


This is a view of the white building from our shop.


And the view onto the square, which should be completed in the next few weeks.


The ground floor of the last section of the white building will be the new entrance to the Overground Station, however the station overhaul won’t be completed until 2018.



That’s all I have for you today! Make sure to follow us on instagram and check the hashtag #tvhatwhs for photos of our progress. And save the date of 10 and 11 December for our grand opening weekend!

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November and December classes at The Village Haberdashery in West Hampstead

We have so many exciting classes happening between now and the end of the year at our West Hampstead shop! There is still time to make 2016 the year you learned to quilt, felt, sew, make your own clothes and more. Plus, we’ve got loads of fun Christmas classes to help you dec the halls handmade style! Read on to find out more about our upcoming classes or click here to browse them all on our website.

Fitting for Beginners with Charlotte Newland

Two days: Saturday, 22 October, and Sunday, 23 October, 10am – 5pm (£195)

Have your previous attempts at dressmaking been disappointing? Patterns are designed to fit an imaginary woman, but we are real people with different body types and shapes. We will use the Sylvie pattern to make a beautiful, well-fitting summer dress in the fabric of your choice. Taught over two full days, you will learn to make clothes that fit and flatter your body by taking accurate measurements and altering the pattern before even cutting the fabric. You will make a test garment (muslin) to check and adjust fit, before finally sewing a gorgeous dress made to fit and flatter your body. This class will cover taking accurate measurements, basic pattern adjustments (blending between sizes, bust adjustments, lengthening/shortening), evaluating fit, sewing a garment. Find out more and sign up here.

Fitting for Beginners with Charlotte Newland

Sew a Capsule Wardrobe with Rachel Pinheiro

Six evenings: Mondays, 24 and 31 October and 7, 14, 21 and 28 November, 6pm – 9pm (£265)

In this exciting class you’ll learn all the skills you need to begin sewing your own clothes! Over the six week course, we’ll make three wardrobe staples – a top, a skirt and a shift dress – in your choice of style. We’ll cover fabric selection, working with a commercial pattern, cutting your fabric, fitting, construction and finishing techniques. This class is designed for competent sewers who are ready to dive into garment sewing. You’ll be able to choose from a selection of patterns, and after you sign up we’ll work with you to plan your patterns and supplies list. Ready to get started sewing yourself a handmade wardrobe? Find out more and sign up here.

Colette Selene Skirt

Make a Baby Mobile out of Felt with Laura Howard

One day: Saturday, 29 October, 10am – 2:30pm (£55)

If you’ve ever found an awesome felt project in Mollie Makes, there is a good chance it was designed by Laura! We’re thrilled she’s joined our teaching team with some new projects designed just for our students. Make an adorable mobile for a new baby in this fun and creative class! With the help of our felt-obsessed teacher, we’ll learn to make a smiling sun, puffy clouds, rainbows and raindrops. This class does not involve sewing on a machine, so students at all levels are welcome. Find out more and sign up here.

Weather Baby Mobile with Laura Howard

Make an Autumn Wreath out of Felt with Laura Howard

One day: Sunday, 30 October, 10am – 2:30pm (£55)

In this fun and creative one day class you’ll learn how to create a beautiful autumn wreath using wool felt! With the help of our felt-obsessed teacher, we’ll learn how to wrap a wreath, create leaves and mushrooms, work with a glue gun and more! This class does not involve sewing on a machine, so students at all levels are welcome. It is designed for adults, but it is open to older kids (12+). Find out more and sign up here.

Felt Autumn Wreath with Laura Howard

Foundation-Pieced Kaleidoscope Quilt with Judith Dahmen

Two evenings: Tuesdays, 1 and 15 November, 6:30pm – 9:30pm (£85)

Foundation piecing is an addictive patchwork technique that enables you to sew intricate shapes accurately and achieve precise points perfectly! In this two-evening class you’ll learn how to follow a foundation piecing pattern and create the colourful Kaleidoscope quilt block and then how to piece the blocks together to create the quilt top. The quilt pictured is 54″ x 63″ throw size quilt but you can work toward creating a quilt in any size you wish. Find out more and sign up here.

Kaleidoscope Quilt with Judith Dahmen

This is a Sewing Machine with Lisa Falconer

One evening: Wednesday, 2 November, 6:30pm – 9:30pm (£45)

One morning: Tuesday, 22 November, 10am – 1pm (£45)

One evening: Wednesday, 7 December, 6:30pm – 9:30pm (£45)

This class will introduce aspiring stitchers – or those who need a refresher – how to use a sewing machine! In this comprehensive three hour class, you’ll get sewing machine-savvy and leave with enough knowledge and confidence to start making your own projects at home! You’ll learn everything there is to know about owning, operating and maintaining a sewing machine and we’ll practise each element to ensure that the methods stay in your mind after the class. Find out more and sign up here.

Janome Sewing Machine

After School Craft Club with Caroline Garcia

Six afternoons: Autumn Term B runs from 3 Nov to 8 Dec, 4:30-5:30pm on Thursdays (£75)

In our new After School Craft Club for kids age 6+ we’ll experiment with a different craft activity each week! We will cover crafts like embroidery, stamping, card making, fabric painting, mask-making (for Halloween!) and more. Class fee includes all materials. No need to bring anything except your creativity! Find out more and sign up here.

Craft Club with Caroline Garcia

Dressmaking 101 with Charlotte Newland

Two mornings: Thursday, 3 November, and Friday, 4 November, 10am – 1pm (£95)

Would you love to make clothes but find patterns impossible to understand? This one-day class will demystify the dressmaking process, using the Zinnia pattern to make a beautiful skirt in the fabric of your choice. You will learn standard sewing terms and techniques that you can apply to other patterns and gain the confidence to sew your own clothes. This class will cover taking accurate measurements, accurate cutting and invisible zip insertion. Find out more and sign up here.

Colette Zinnia Skirt

Sew an Everyday Blouse with Rachel Pinheiro

One day: Saturday, November 5, 10am – 4pm (£95)

The Everyday Blouse by Rachel Pinheiro is a modern and flattering blouse you’ll reach for again and again! It features fun details like an optional exposed side zip and a pretty neckline with subtle elastic gathers. ln this fun one-day class, Rachel, the pattern’s designer will teach you the ins and outs of blouse construction. You will learn fitting methods and step by step construction techniques, including how to set sleeves, insert a zipper and more! Find out more and sign up here.

Everyday Blouse with Rachel Pinhiero

Patchwork Techniques: Bias Appliqué with Jenny Haynes

One evening: Friday, 11 November, 6pm – 9pm (£45)

Learn how to cut, shape and machine-sew curves with bias tape! In this class Jenny Haynes of Papper, Sax, Sten will talk you through three different ways of using bias tape, discussing which technique works best for what project and how to get a neat finish. Plus, you’ll get to put your techniques to work by making a start on The Slalom Quilt. This is a quick and fun pattern that offers an easy way to create curves without piecing. Find out more and sign up here.

Bias Appliqué with Jenny Haynes

Sunflower Quilt with Jenny Haynes

Two days: Saturday, 12 November and Sunday, 13 November, 10am – 4pm (£165)

Conquer curved piecing and learn to machine-sew beautiful curves in this exciting two-day class! Our teacher, Jenny Haynes of Papper, Sax, Sten, will teach you how to cut, sew and press curves and create your own curvy Sunflower Quilt by using her no-pin technique and custom Drunkards Path templates. A few of Jenny’s favourite finishes will also be covered: quilt basting, binding and facing to mention a few. Find out more and sign up here.

Sunflower Quilt with Jenny Haynes

Sew a Woman’s Button Down Shirt with Rachel Pinheiro

Three evenings: Thursdays, 17 and 24 November and 1 December, 6pm – 9pm (£145)

In this class, you’ll learn to sew a woman’s button down shirt in your choice of style! With the help of our experienced teacher, we’ll tackle all of the tricky construction details, from collars to cuffs to button plackets to buttonholes and more! Find out more and sign up here.

Archer Button Down Shirt with Rachel Pinhiero

Sew a Tote Bag with Judith Dahmen

One evening: Tuesday, 22 November, 6:30pm – 9:30pm

In this class you’ll learn to sew a simple tote bag that can be used as a shopping tote or beach bag! You’ll learn to sew a bag with a lining or french seams (your choice!), how to box corners and how to make and attach bag straps and will leave with a fun and handy tote bag. A perfect for class for first-time-sewers or those who want a sewing machine refresher! Find out more and sign up here.

Sew a Tote Bag

Sew a Quilted Winter Cushion with Judith Dahmen

One day: Saturday, 26 November, 10am – 4pm (£85)

In this festive one-day class you’ll learn to make a Christmas-tree inspired quilted cushion! The class covers foundation paper piecing the block, basic quilting techniques, cushion construction and zip insertion. Find out more and sign up here.

Christmas Tree Cushion

Make Vintage-Style Felt Christmas Ornaments with Laura Howard

One morning: Sunday, 27 November, 10am – 1pm (£45)

We’ll be making a trio of vintage-style felt baubles to decorate your home or Christmas tree in this fun and festive class! This class does not involve sewing on a machine, so students at all levels are welcome. It is designed for adults, but it is open to older kids (12+). Find out more and sign up here.

Felt Christmas Baubles

Gifts Workshop with Judith Dahmen

One evening: Tuesday, 29 November, 6:30pm – 9:30pm (£45)

Make like Santa’s little helper in our fun Christmas gifts workshop! Choose from five projects – a Christmas stocking, a frame purse, an iPad, Kindle or laptop cover, a fabric bucket or a drawstring bag – to make with the guidance of our experienced instructor. Find out more and sign up here.

Frame purses

Needle Felted Christmas Tree with Gretel Parker

One day: Saturday, 3 December 10:30am – 5pm (£85)

Needle felting is the simple art of hand-sculpting objects with wool roving by stabbing it with a barbed needle. You can make almost anything with needle felting – the only limit is your imagination! In this class, our expert teacher will guide us through the equipment and techniques involved with needle felting while teaching us how to make a delightful little felt Christmas Tree. Beads and threads will be provided for decorating your tree, too! Find out more and sign up here.

Needle felted Christmas tree with Gretel Parker

Make a Quilted Christmas Stocking with Judith Dahmen

One evening: Tuesday, 6 December, 6:30pm – 9:30pm

Make a Christmas stocking for someone you love! In this fun one-evening class we’ll make a big quilted stocking using simple patchwork and sewing techniques. You’ll leave with a festive Christmas decoration and a handful of new skills! This class is great for beginners. Find out more and sign up here.

Quilted Christmas Stocking

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Survey time! Underwater by Elizabeth Olwen

Elizabeth Olwen takes us under the sea in her next collection for Cloud9 Fabrics, Underwater! Underwater is a collection of eight different designs printed on organic quilting cotton and it is due in December. Help us choose which prints we should stock!

Underwater by Elizabeth Olwen for Cloud9 Fabrics

Everyone who completes a survey by 16 October will receive 25 Stash Points to spend at The Village Haberdashery.

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New at The Village Haberdashery: Nightfall by Maureen Cracknell, Observer by April Rhodes, Moving On Lawns by Jen Kingwell and more

Nightfall by Maureen Cracknell

We’re delighted to have Maureen Cracknell‘s new collection, Nightfall, in stock! Nightfall takes inspiration from the luminous colours, rich fauna and curious creatures that reveal themselves as the day fades away. We love the bunnies, the treescape, the dragonflies and the stunning moon print in this beautiful collection.

Nightfall by Maureen Cracknell

Our selection includes quilting cottons, one stunning cotton voile and a fun cotton/spandex jersey knit.

Nightfall Voile by Maureen Cracknell

Nightfall Knit by Maureen Cracknell

For inspiration, check out Art Gallery’s gorgeous Nightfall look book! You can find Nightfall in the shop here.

Observer by April Rhodes

April Rhodes is back and we are obsessed with the metallics in her new collection, Observer! Observer is about discovering patterns in objects both man-made and naturally occurring, and finding their connection to you. These fabrics are so cool, just really perfect for dressmaking and adding a bit of sparkle to your quilts and  accessories.

Observer by April Rhodes

We’ve also got one fabulous cotton/spandex jersey knit from the collection!

Observer Knit by April Rhodes

Check out the Observer lookbook here and find all of our Observer fabrics here.

Moving On Lawns by Jen Kingwell

Jen Kingwell has designed a set of lovely lightweight cotton lawns for Moda in her signature eclectic and vintage style! These will make gorgeous blouses, scarves and dresses but they aren’t so light that you can’t use them for quilting too! Find Moving On Lawns in the shop here.

Moving On Lawns by Jen Kingwell

Safran Trousers by Deer and Doe

New from Deer and Doe, Safran is a high-waisted pair of skinny jeans or trousers with lots of little details – belt loops, back patch pockets, front diagonal welt pockets and two lengths: classic jeans length, and cropped ankle length.

Safran Trousers by Deer and Doe


Safran is designed to be stylish yet comfortable, sewn up in fabric with 20% to 30% stretch, but suitable for denim, light twill, cotton sateen, velvet, suede, pleather and mroe! Find Safran in the shop here.

Safran Trousers by Deer and Doe

Metallic gold pastel washi tape

We now how much you love washi tape…and gold…and pastels…and all three together, so we’ve stocked up on a fun new set of gold hot foil embellished pastel washi tapes!


Washi is excellent for so many craft projects, from decorating your planner, card making, leaving notes. The list is endless and so much fun! Find our new washi tapes in the shop here.


Christmas in October this Saturday for Sew Saturday!

This Saturday is Sew Saturday and we are celebrating with a Christmas in October party at our West Hampstead shop! You can:

  • Sip mulled wine and nibble on mince pies and other Christmas treats way ahead of schedule!
  • Help us string popcorn garlands to decorate our next Christmas-themed window display!
  • Enjoy Christmas tunes before you’re totally sick of them!
  • And best of all, save 20% off all Christmas fabric!

Christmas in October for Sew Saturday!

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Kym’s Thicket cuddly critter tutorial

When the insanely adorable Thicket collection by Gingiber (Stacie Bloomfield) arrived in the shop I just knew we needed samples because it’s so hard to see their cuteness potential on the bolt. Kym whipped these up in no time, but the bolt of Large Critter Panels she used sold just as fast! We’re sharing this tutorial because you can still make darling cuddly critters with the Little Critter Panel or apply this tutorial to any other soft toy project your heart desires. Take it away, Kym!

Thicket cuddly critter tutorial

These new Critter Panels are so sweet! And they make it super simple to make soft toys. This project is perfect for beginners and a nice quick make for a more experiences sewist. Here is a quick tutorial for you sharing my method…

You will need:
*The Critter Panel animal of your choice. I’ve started with the fox.
*A fat quarter of fabric to use as the ckcking, I chose Thicket – Dashes in Black and Natural
*A water soluble pen or another method of drawing lines on your fabric
*Toy Filling
*General sewing supplies: Fabric scissors, Pins, Sewing Machine, Iron, Hand sewing needle, Coordinating thread.

Thicket cuddly critter tutorial

Start by giving your fabric a quick press to eliminate any annoying creases. Then working on the wrong side of your animal panel and using a water soluble pen, draw a line marking your finished size and shape. This is the stitching line. Be sure to test your pen first to make sure it rubs out!

When you are happy with the shape, draw another line about half an inch away on the outside of this line. This is the cut line. Your panel should now look like this…

Thicket cuddly critter tutorial

Thicket cuddly critter tutorial

Cut around the outside line.

Thicket cuddly critter tutorial

Thicket cuddly critter tutorial

Place your backing fabric right side up and then lay your cut out animal on top right side down. Pin the two layers together and cut around the shape.

Thicket cuddly critter tutorial

Thicket cuddly critter tutorial

Thicket cuddly critter tutorial

Starting at the bottom left side of your panel stitch around your stitching line using a straight stitch. You may find it easier to reduce the stitch length on the tighter corners.

Thicket cuddly critter tutorial

Stop stitching at the bottom right side of the panel so there is a gap of about 4inches for turning and stuffing (see picture below, the gap is between the two pins). Make sure you back/lock stitch at both ends to prevent your stitches from coming loose when stuffing.

Thicket cuddly critter tutorial

Trim down the seam allowance to reduce bulk and clip into the tighter curves to help give a flat finish when turning. You may wish to turn it to the right side first to see which corners need to be clipped.

Thicket cuddly critter tutorial

Thicket cuddly critter tutorial

Snip off any loose threads and turn your soft toy to the right side. A point turner like the one I’m using from Merchant & Mills or a chunky knitting needle may be helpful here.

Thicket cuddly critter tutorial

Thicket cuddly critter tutorial\ Thicket cuddly critter tutorial

Give the seams a press and press the seam allowances on the gap so they sit inside the toy. Fill with toy filling, making sure to push the stuffing into any awkward corners first before filling up the body. Again a knitting needle may help here.

Thicket cuddly critter tutorial

Sew up the hole by hand using Ladder Stitch.

Thicket cuddly critter tutorial

When you get to the end of the hole finish the thread by tying a loop knot and then pass the needle through close to the knot, pushing it through the toy so it comes out in a totally different place. Pull the thread through and cut close to where it exits and it will pop back inside and secure your stitches further. Remove any visible pen lines with a damp cloth.

Thicket cuddly critter tutorial

Thicket cuddly critter tutorial

Give your toy a plump up like a cushion and you’re done! I also made the Bear Critter to keep Mr Fox company in the shop!

Thicket cuddly critter tutorial

These lovely creatures could be used as soft toys or cushions. Or why not add a weight to the inside of the bottom and use them as a door stop! You could also add embellishments in embroidery, beads, ribbons or anything you fancy to personalise your Critter.

Thicket cuddly critter tutorial

I can’t wait to see what you make with these cuties! Share your makes with #thevillagehaberdashery and #tvhhaul!

Thicket cuddly critter tutorial

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#tvhhaul September giveaway winners!

It’s (way past) time to announce our September #tvhhaul giveaway winners! As I mentioned in this post, we’ll be continuing our #tvhhaul giveaway every month in 2016 and randomly selecting three winners to receive 500 Stash Points each!


If you want to play in October, here is a reminder of the rules:

  • Share a picture or video of your purchase or project on Instagram and use the tag #tvhhaul.
  • To be considered in the drawing for October, pictures must be posted in during October and tagged in the actual caption – we won’t accept posts from before 1 October that have been edited to include the hashtag and we won’t accept posts with the tag added in a comment.
  • You can enter as many pictures or videos as you like!

And now, here is the September randomiser!


And here are this month’s winners!

#10 @laura_zuckerkuss I plan on joining my remaining #hexietiles (free paper piecing pattern by Julie @juliehirt ) like so.

But then I’m not sure… Should I make another bag? Or a cushion today? Hmmmm Any suggestions ladies from the #hexietilesSAL (organised by Kjerste @rosebudandpenny)? #htWIPit @hawthornethreads

laura zuckerkuss tvhhaul september winner

#37 @handmadeinse New cushions in progress #konasolids #tvhhaul

handmadeinse20 tvhhaul september winner

#11 @alw1979 What happens when I get a slight obsession with making pinafores and tunics for baby girl! Perfect for warm days now or with long sleeves underneath for Autumn. #pinaforedress #sewingformygirl #bestdressedbaby #tvhhaul #isew #handmadewardrobe

alw1979 tvhhaul september winner

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Two Truths and a Lie with Violet Craft – the big reveal!

On Friday we posted three statements about Violet Craft and asked you to guess which one is a lie. Here they are again, with the answers!

1. Violet Craft is my real name.

True. I married into the name Craft. My maiden name is Violet Baalman. No one believes Violet Craft is my real name!

2. I started sewing at a very young age and learned to sew with the help of my great-grandmother. 

Lie. I bought my first sewing machine with my high school graduation money and sort of taught myself to sew when I was skipping my college courses :) One of my first projects was reupholstering a couch in patchwork! I pretty much put the machine away for about ten years until I was pregnant with my first daughter.

3. It took me seven years to complete my undergraduate degree. 

True. I changed majors and colleges multiple times – Data Processing, Organic Chemistry, Pre-Medicine – before completely switching to Business. I have a Bachelor’s of Administration in Computer Information Systems with emphases in Finance and Marketing from Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kansas. Go, Tigers! I did stints at Dodge City Community College (Go, Conquistadors!) and University of Kansas (Rock Chalk Jayhawk!) Even though I didn’t graduate from KU, I will always consider myself a Jayhawk AND a Tiger! You might notice no mention of art in there… because there is none. I have no formal education in art, but grew up in a home filled with art, music and crafting, Kansas style :)

Here is our randomiser:


Out of 54 entries we had 24 correct guesses! The 24th correct guess was Hannah! Congratulations, Hannah, you’ve won this fat quarter bundle of Christmas on Brambleberry Ridge!

Christmas on Brambleberry Ridge by Violet Craft

A big thank you to everyone who played! Who would you like us to play Two Truths and a Lie with next?

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Two Truths and a Lie with Violet Craft

This giveaway is now closed. To find out the answer, click here.

It’s time for another round of Two Truths and a Lie! This time we’re playing with Violet Craft, a designer for Michael Miller who has created not one but two beautiful collections currently on our shelves: Christmas on Brambleberry Ridge and House of Hoppington! She’s based in Portland, Oregon and she’s been making fabric and patterns since 2011.

Violet Craft at Quilt Market

Here is how we play. Violet will tell us three things about herself. Two are true and one is a lie. If you want to participate, tell us in the comments which statement you think is a lie. Enter by midnight on Sunday and on Monday we’ll put all the correct answers in randomizer and choose a winner.

The winner will win this sparkly bundle of six fat quarters from Violet’s fabulous Christmas collection, Christmas on Brambleberry Ridge!

Christmas on Brambleberry Ridge

Are you ready? Here we go!

1. Violet Craft is my real name.

2. I started sewing at a very young age and learned to sew with the help of my great-grandmother. 

3. It took me seven years to complete my undergraduate degree. 

Which is a lie? Tell us in the comments! Remember, the deadline to be entered in the prize draw is midnight on Sunday. Anyone can play, but only entries in UK/Europe are eligible for this prize.

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