Here's the latest news about Kip & Fig...
A new illustration commission has been completed!
Thanks Annie and the Sew Mag Team!
Thank you to the Love Sewing Mag team
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May 2014 - Issue 8
Thank you to the
Barley used our Cheeky Blackbird design to demonstrate
I love Barley's eco-friendly approach and how the 'stitching sampler'
April 2014 - Issue 7
We're thrilled to spot our Camper Van fabric in the LoveLife news section!
You can find the original tutorial over on Annie's blog: The Daily Stitch
Thanks Al and Annie!
Katy from I'm a ginger monkey spotted our templates are for sale through The Village Haberdashery
Big thanks to Katy for the lovely mention!
We've been featured by Annie on The Village Haberdashery blog!
Are you looking for applique patterns printed on paper?
Want to learn more? We hold workshops with Annie - Modern Machine Applique
Kip & Fig have been featured in Love Quilting & Patchwork Bookazine
UK print copies have sold out - but you can grab your digital edition here
Also available in the US, Jo-Anns and B&N
"Kip & Fig's templates are perfect for patchwork and applique - the modern
I immediately wanted to grab my fabric and start cutting, and was so inspired that I even created a simple project for the magazine to share the Kip & Fig fun!
Editor Jenny Fox-Proverbs
Thank you to Editor Jenny Fox-Proverbs (aka crafter extraordinaire Sew Crafty Fox)!
We'd like to say a chirpy thank you to the Directors at Buttercup China for
Mary McDermott has been championing British Designers since 2008
"Inspired: London - A Guide to Handmade in London is infused with this spirit of supporting our designer-makers and is an indispensable guide to the treasure trove of creative talent hidden away in our beloved capital...
...A brilliant handbook for wannabe designer-makers and a perfect black book for stylists, journalises, creatives and lovers of all things beautiful!"
Thank you Mary and the fab We Make London team!
August 2012 Issue #255
Kip & Fig had a headline feature in Cross Stitcher's 'Out There' section.