Maya from Aunt Bea’s Fabric has popped in today for a chat….
We believe that everyone has someone who they learned to sew from (an Aunt, Grandma, or teacher) and these people are all ‘Aunt Bea’s’. I taught my 12 year old sister how to paper piece hexagons last winter while we watched ‘Glee’ and had the thought that I was an ‘Aunt Bea’!
FQ:Do you have a team of helpers?
I am also amazed by the kindness of the people we send fabric out to. I love hearing about charity projects they are working on, it is so inspiring and wonderful to use your skill to make something to comfort a stranger. It warms my heart!
FQ: You stock a wonderful array of both quilting and apparel fabrics ~ is it hard deciding which lines to stock?
FQ: It must be sew tempting being surrounded by so much fabric yumminess – do you find time to sew for yourself?
FQ: Does your passion lay in garment sewing, small project sewing (like bags & pillows for example) or quilts? or everything!?
FQ: Aunt Bea’s Blog ‘Make It Sew’ is full of helpful tips, techniques and tutes – what do you enjoy most about blogging?
I love to make simple projects that show off prints, and I recently showed off some family made quilts that I was excited to share about. Seeing the blog grow has been one of my favorite recent additions to Aunt Bea’s.