Annabel Wrigley is the founder of Little Pincushion Studio – a creative please that teaches sewing workshops to children as well as adults! Annabel is known for her colorful doodle quilts and bright fabric designs. suzyquilts.com #sewingclasses #kidsewing

Mentoring the Next Generation of Sewists: Meet the Maker

[…] full of scrappy rainbow pillows and bright abstract quilts.  Though Annabel focuses on teaching classes, she still maintains a clear design point of view and has a signature style. Her modern quilts, full of shapes, colors and whimsical lines, are enough to convince anyone to sign up their kids (or themselves) for her classes. […]

Trip Around the World Placemats tutorial | suzyquilts.com

Trip Around the World Placemats Tutorial

[…] pins Tailor’s clapper Fabric Requirements These requirements will yield two placemats measuring 15 1/2″ x 20 1/2″ each. The fabrics used in this tutorial are from Suzy’s Signature PURE Solids for Art Gallery Fabrics. From top to bottom in the photo above, the colors are Honeymoon, Matcha, Queen Bee, Snapdragon (Fabrics A-D), and Pearl […]

Easy Sewing Machine Cover Tutorial: Main image. #TheCuttingTable suzyquilts.com

Easy Sewing Machine Cover Tutorial

[…] to calculate how much fabric we need. The cover is pieced using eight different colors in 1 1/2″ strips, which finish at 1″ wide. I used ​Suzy’s Signature PURE Solids for Art Gallery Fabrics, which gave me the perfect rainbow effect! From bottom left to top right in the photo above, the colors are […]

How to Make a Water-Resistant Quilt | suzyquilts.com

How to Make a Water-Resistant Quilt

[…] for piecing and quilting Nylon upholstery thread or all-purpose polyester thread recommended for attaching the binding (more info below) Fabrics Used in This Tutorial Quilt top: Suzy Quilts Signature PURE Solids Collection for Art Gallery Fabrics in Queen Bee (Color 1), Shrimpy (Color 2), Honeymoon (Color 3), and Truffle (Background) Inner backing: you can use […]

Chromatopia An Illustrated History of Color

Book of the Month — Chromatopia: An Illustrated History of Color by David Coles

[…] we saw this book, our team was inspired to dig deeper into our own color stories, especially Suzy, who was working on her debut fabric collection and signature solids at the time.  As the back of the book says:  __CONFIG_group_edit__{“kcc3acsv”:{“name”:”Quote Image 01″,”singular”:”– Image %s”},”kcc3avk5″:{“name”:”Quote Image 02″,”singular”:”– Image %s”},”kcc3b2c7″:{“name”:”Quote Box 01″,”singular”:”– Content Box %s”},”kcc3b8kk”:{“name”:”Quote Box 02″,”singular”:”– […]