Making Merry: Cynthia F. edition

Making Merry RedWelcome to Day Ten of Making Merry with Janome

Today we welcome one of our newest Artisan’s on the Janome Design Team, Cynthia Frenette.

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Cynthia’s logo says a lot about her style. She is a multi-talented artist and graphic designer who can work across different media for a wide variety of clients. She designs fabrics for Robert Kaufman and also offers pages of designs on Spoonflower. (A robot in love? Banana Bikes? Endless inspiration…)

Cynthia Sewing Bag Pattern

Sew Happy – You can just see the wheels turning

 

 

 

 

 

Cynthia Retro Dishes

Retro Dishes: a cheeky, trendy take on holiiday designs, vintage cookware style.

Cynthia with a bundle of fabrics destined for gift projects and her Janome MC8200

Cynthia with a bundle of fabrics destined for gift projects and her Janome MC8200

Cynthia, in Her Words: Made With Love

I love to make gifts for everyone on my list, and as well for my own home. Creating something special from fabrics I’ve collected for a certain person, like a funky quilt, placemats, a snuggly pillow, a table runner, and even handmade ornaments, are so much fun to make and to give, because you made them with love especially for each person. I also find when busy the holiday season is in full swing, I like to sneak a few quiet zen-full sewing moments, and make something special, just for me!

Make Merry with Cynthia

Please visit Cynthia’s website to learn more about her and see her portfolio. She offers a great FREE  stuff page (which includes some handy gift tags.) You might also want to check out her 2016 calendar! Today’s project is also posted there. Are you curious to find out more? 

Visit Cynthia's blog to see the full project and instructions

Visit Cynthia’s blog to see the full project and instructions

 

Sneak Peak of Day 11

button sewingWe are nearly through all of our 12 days of Making Merry. Tomorrow’s installment may involve buttons. That’s all we can say! See you then.

 

 

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