Saturday, May 22, 2010

Spotlight on iKnitQuiltSew

Her grandmother taught her to knit and sew, but Sandi, of Cedar City, Utah, had to learn quilting from a book. Check Sandi's blog for a delightful overview of the evolution of her quilting.

Here's the most recent version of her "house" design.

As you'll have guessed from her store's name, Sandi also knits and sews.

Here's a darling shaggy-furred teddy bear. Child-safe, this teddy has safety-stay eyes and jointed arms and legs.
Check Sandi's Etsy shop for more goodies, including knit clothes for baby and a delightful line of rag dolls.

15 comments:

  1. Thank you for the lovely write-up!

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  2. It's good that Sandi's now sharing with the rest of the world the wonderful talent she got from her Grandmother! Very nice post. ;)

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  3. Great post, I love those pieces!

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  4. Great post on such a talented artist!

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  5. Fabulous artisan - love her booties and beanies! Nice post.

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  6. Can't imagine the talent to put one of those quilts together. Beautiful!

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  7. That quilt is catching everyone's eye, probably won't stay in the shop long! great post.

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  8. What a great post! I just love those little teddy bears!!

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  9. I love her work! Great post!

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  10. Gorgeous work! I love the bear!

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  11. Great post! I love that teddy bear. And the quilt is beautiful

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  12. What a darling teddy bear. I used the same bear and quilt in my post - guess we have similar likes! She has such talent.

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  13. What a darling house! Beautiful write up :) I agree it's so very cool she can share her grandmother's gifts with the world.

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