Stacy Iest Hsu

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Stacy lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and three children. She has been a textile and product designer for over ten years and has designed for such retailers as Janie and Jack, GapKids, Target, and Tiny Prints among others. Recently she decided to branch out independently to market her own line of original creations. For Stacy it has been a dream come true to work with Moda and she can’t wait to share her exclusively designed collection with the quilt and crafting community.

Stacy approaches designing a collection a lot like telling a story – a skill honed and inspired by many years of reading books to her kids. When she is not designing, Stacy enjoys spending time with her family, going to the beach, and working in her garden and yard.

  • Kitty Caddy and Puppy Pouch
    I am so excited to share with you a fun little project I created using Woof Woof meow which will be in stores November 1.  This blog post as well as videos that I made with The Fat Quarter Shop will help you... Read more »
  • Favorite Notions
    I had the privilege of filming with the Fat Quarter Shop a while back and had the opportunity to talk about my favorite notions.  I know everyone has done their Black Friday shopping and now settling in to sew some gifts for the... Read more »
  • ebook All in a Row Again Winner!!!!
    // Mr. Pibb wanted to help... Read more »
  • Moda All Stars
    Moda All-Star:  All in a Row Again Blog Hop // I am so excited to be a part of The Moda All Star, All In a Row Again book.  I had so much fun designing this row and hope you enjoy combining it... Read more »
  • Howdy Draw String Bag
    In the Spring I had the pleasure of shooting some videos with the Fat Quarter Shop.  I was especially excited to share this fun project.  These little draw string bags are perfect for your little ones to carry their Howdy dolls as well... Read more »
  • Introducing Howdy
    HOWDY I am excited to introduce Howdy! This collection includes a Cowgirl and Cowboy cut and sew panel as well as a great collection of fabrics for you next western themed project. Also an additional item that goes with this collection are the stacking... Read more »


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