Press | From UK With Love

Lots of great features in recent UK magazines. Here’s some of the highlights!

Love Sewing - Cloud9 Issue 16-1

Let’s Have A Party! by Avril Loreti. Love Sewing, Issue 16

LPQ - C9 Issue 24

Water Land by Jessica Nielsen. Love Patchwork & Quilting, Issue 24

Simply Sewing - C9 Issue 6

Rain Walk by Anna Graham. Simply Sewing, Issue 6

Pretty Patches - Cloud9 Issue 15 September 2015-1

Garden Secrets by Sarah Watson. Pretty Patches Issue 15 (Sept ’15)

Quilt Now - C9 Issue 13

Morning Song by Elizabeth Olwen. Quilt Now Issue 13

Sew Magazine - Cloud9 Issue 75 Sept 2015-1

Water Land by Jessica Nielsen. Park Life by Elizabeth Olwen. Sew Magazine Issue 75 (Sept ’15)


Moody Blues by Geninne. Love Patchwork & Quilting Issue 23

Sew Magazine - Cloud9 Issue 75 Sept 2015-2

Sweet Autumn Day by Little Cube. Sew Magazine, Issue 75 (Sept ’15)

Sew Magazine - Cloud9 Issue 75 Sept 2015-3

First Light by Eloise Renouf. Sew Magazine, Issue 75 (Sept ’15)


Let’s Have a Party! by Avril Loreti. Sew Magazine Issue 74.

Our Spring 2015 Line Up

Looking forward to a great International Quilt Market this weekend where we’ll be debuting our upcoming ranges.SPRING15_LINEUP

10 Questions | Geninne D Zlatkis

Just last week we received some glorious sample yardage of Alegria so now seems like a great time to share our 10 Questions with artist Geninne. Her well-anticipated collection Alegria is due to hit stores in a matter of weeks – look for it by mid-April.

It has been a genuine privilege to work with Geninne. Her talent is awe-inspiring and she is every bit as sweet as you can imagine with work as delightful as hers. To be able to say we helped bring this to life in fabric is truly an honor.

Alegria by Geninne

Read on to get to know a little more about Geninne!

self-portrait | watercolor ©geninne d. zlatkis 

Where were you born?
I was born in Long Island, NY.

Where are you living today and what brought you here?
I’m living in a colonial city in central Mexico called Queretaro. We came here because of the beautiful weather and the spectacular semi-desert.

corner of Geninne’s studio ©geninne d. zlatkis
What was your most memorable art or craft project when you were a kid?
Pyrography in the 4rd grade! We were living in Brazil at the time and we decorated a little wooden box and a photo frame at school using a wire nib burner.

embroidered tee  ©geninne d. zlatkis
A prestigious art museum will give you any piece in their collection- which would you choose?
“Jimson Weed” by Georgia O’Keeffe. My husband Manolo drove me all the way from Mexico City to Santa Fe, NM. so I could see that painting in person at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum.

 corner of Geninne’s home ©geninne d. zlatkis

What’s your current color obsession?
Turquoise is & always has been my No1.
painted stones ©geninne d. zlatkis 
If you could could hop on a plane today, where would you go?
To the Island of Chiloe in southern Chile.

What is your most productive time of the day?
I love working at night when everyone’s asleep. No interruptions!

hand-carved rubber stamps ©geninne d. zlatkis
What is the one creative tool or supply that you cannot live without?
My watercolor box & my brushes.

watercolor brushes ©geninne d. zlatkis
Who is one of your favorite fictional characters?
Snoopy 4 ever! 
Coffee or tea?
Coffee in the morning & green tea in the afternoon.
collage and watercolor ©geninne d. zlatkis
Thanks for playing along Geninne!

Introducing | Alegria by Geninne D. Zlatkis

Alegria means happiness in Spanish.

We could almost stop there with our description of this long-anticipated collection from the talented Geninne.

But we won’t. We can’t!

It is such an honor to be working with Geninne. As you may well imagine, if you’re at all familiar with the depth of her work, it was no small feat to narrow a range down to a small handful. However, we’re quite pleased with our assortment and we hope you will be filled with alegria too!

This range will be printed on our price sensitive, 100% certified organic cotton base cloth and we anticipate delivery early January or February of 2012 for a spring delivery. So, get your own sketch books out and start dreaming about the glorious projects you can make from these rich and colorful images.

If you’re unfamiliar with Geninne’s work, please do take a moment and treat yourself to an eye full of wonder on her blog!

Last, but not least, we would like to wish Geninne a very, very happy birthday! We are happy we could arrange things so that this reveal took place on her special day.