The adorable and prolific Lizzy House visited us recently and we've never made so many things in a weekend!
Lizzy was at Fancy Tiger teaching two classes--the first, a mini-quilt class where students designed their own little art quilt. Lizzy went over many aspects of color and design and each of the finished quilts were stunning and totally unique.
Jaime took the class and here she is showing off her masterpiece. It turned out very cool!
Lizzy also taught a block printing class, where folks learned to carve their own design into a printing block and then used it to print pattern onto fabric.
The prints turned out awesome!
After teaching these two epic classes, the unstoppable Lizzy was ready to have a non-stop sew-a-thon, especially with the new Nani Iro fabrics we just got in stock, so Jaime and I joined in and made a million new garments.
We've already blogged a few of these items, but stay tuned to see the rest up close and in the streets on our bodies! Thanks Lizzy for the good times!
Love it all! Wish I could have been there! What pattern is that blue/green shirt? I must make it!
Stacy, it is the Roxanne top by Victory Patterns. I highly recommend the pattern! See more about mine here: http://www.fancytiger.blogspot.com/2013/08/ambers-roxanne-top-in-nani-iro-birds-eye.html
Oh, wait--are you talking about the one in the last picture with polka dots? That is a pattern we've developed here for classes here. We call it the Sailor Top. Keep an an eye out for it here on our blog just as soon as we publish the pattern that is in the works...
Great stuff! Can you identify the pattern on the far left? Almost looks like a Tova with buttons??!!
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