Meet Stacy of the Fancy Fritter…
I know. I did the same thing. The what? I love it…the Fancy Fritter. Here’s how Stacy came up with this unique name:
The Fancy Fritter??? What does that mean? Well for all of you who have children, you know that all sorts of crazy things pop out of your mouth when you are either singing to them or playing with them and since my daughter was little I have just called her “fritter.” She can be a “fussy fritter” or a “funny fritter”, but she will always be a “fancy fritter.” Totally corny, I know but I guess that is what motherhood does to you.
Stacy is blessed to be a work at home Mom – she runs her etsy business from home, sewing up when she can while running after her 2 children. I love THIS POST because you get to meet Stacy in person…and hear her adorable southern accent.
Stacy focuses her shop on children’s items like these burp cloths that are so cute…
Or this Santa skirt…cuz’ I already have Christmas on the brain – which will be here before you know it!
And Stacy is also one of my Two Peas pattern testers…
Stacy tested out the Madison bag pattern from Two Peas and I love the color combo she chose!
You can read all about Stacy’s review of this pattern right HERE…you can find my Two Peas patterns in your local quilt shop -just ask. Or click on the Where to Buy section to find your favorite online retailer. Thanks Stacy for testing out the bag and making such an awesome sample!
Meet Selina. Quilter. Mom. Business owner. And a Two Peas pattern tester…Selina was brave enough to let me talk her into trying out my new Professor Peas Gadget Cases pattern. Check out her review HERE.
I love the prints she chose and I’m even more thrilled that she was willing to try this pattern that was at first, out of her comfort zone. She’s an all out pro now and her sample she sewed up was brilliant.
Selina and friend run an etsy shop filled with their creations that includes quilts, table runners like this one below that I love in these colors! And…
iPad covers too. I think you could keep a calendar or other books or notepads in these too while on the run. Great way to organize your bag and they are super fun!
Browsing her blog you will find quilt inspiration galore…she sews up such beautiful things and I know you’ll enjoy her blog as much as I do. Thanks Selina for testing the Professor Peas Gadget Cases pattern – ya did great!
I can’t honestly say when Mary and I “met” online because I’m pretty sure…it’s been years ago. Mary Emmens is from Exeter in the UK and another one of the wonderful sewists who have been reviewing patterns for me this summer. She is a busy Mom with an etsy shop – selling her wares both online and locally at various events in the UK. That amazing chevron quilt up there…she has made that using vintage sheets and has a kit available in her store. Isn’t it absolutely gorgeous?! I’d love one king size for my own bed!
Her blog is full of fabulous photographs of her creations which also includes, now and then, baked goods. Mmmm! But I love looking at her photos…so colorful, fun and inspiring. Such a joy to read. Fun to see what others sew for their families…love this little on the go car play station!
Mary chose to review my Hazel Hipster pattern, my all time most popular pattern (I even have a NEW e-class for the Hazel coming out VERY soon!). She made an adorable version that you’ll just have to see for yourself! I love that she made the addition of making an adjustable strap for her daughter to get longer wear out of the bag. Mary also has a giveaway going on for some Two Peas patterns until Wednesday and until Sunday…you can hop in on a giveaway she is offering on that chevron quilt kit up top!
I know you’ll enjoy Mary’s blog as much as I do…and will enjoy her creations. Thanks so much Mary for being a part of our summer review team!