If there’s a longevity award for fabric shops, it probably belongs to Dick Raudabaugh, who opened The Fabric Center 54 years ago. What started as a go-to store for garment fabrics, today features a wide range of quilting fabrics and draws customers from Virginia, New Jersey, Philadelphia, as well as from around the world. Continue reading
As per usual, Quilt Market was exciting and slightly overwhelming. Everywhere I looked, there were gorgeous fabrics, quilts, tools, books, and patterns. I saw things I knew I needed and things I never knew I needed…but now I do. The bottom line is that I came home inspired to sew, sew, sew. Continue reading
In honor of Mother’s Day, we introduce Moda’s newest designers. Both are mothers, and one is the mother of the other: Welcome Kathleen Whiting and her daughter Natalia Bonner!
Ever dream of a job working with fabric? Then you might be jealous of Kim Desper—she’s got two of ‘em. Continue reading
While we may think of aprons as a relatively recent invention, something to keep spaghetti sauce and bacon grease from splashing on our best shirts, they’ve been around a long time. Continue reading