CraftSanity Episode 94: A Conversation with Designer Jennifer Paganelli

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197 Responses

  1. Danit says:

    This patterns are lovely, please add me to your draw.

  2. Chris Davis says:

    Doll quilts and a tote! One can never have too many totes. Oh, fabric bookmarks for the scraps.

  3. busgirlbrown says:

    Great show! I would make baby clothes for my best friend’s and sisters’ little kiddos.

  4. I’d make a shoulder bag :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!

  5. Kay says:

    I’d love to use the fabric in a handbag I’m planning to do soon! It would fit in perfectly!

  6. Aunt Spicy says:

    Jennifer is hands down my favorite designer! Since I just got back from Australia, some of the fabric will go to quilt squares for the victims of the brush fires. The rest will go to a cute blanket I am starting for my sweet Mom! What a great blog you have!

  7. Baba says:

    I would make a quilt top for the master bedroom in the Stone House.

  8. sarah says:

    I love this new line. I have 4 daughters so no doubt the fabrics would be worked into a summer top or dress for them ;)

  9. Caroline says:

    I have enjoyed this new line so much! Jennifer is so talented! I would love more of this fabric so I can make some pillows (and more bags of course!)

  10. Heather A says:

    I am just now getting back into sewing, and would LOVE to use the fabric on a skirt for my daughter with a matching shirt (maybe a soild color with a cute cutout), and for me, a cute pillow!!!

  11. Joanna says:

    Oh I would definitely use it in my quilts, and make up a new design to showcase it! But I am loving the bag made from it on her blog right now. Just gorgeous!

  12. Frances Peets says:

    I would use the fabric to create double-sided canvas mixed-media works.

  13. Heather says:

    As a fan of Jennifer’s fabrics I’d love to win these fat quarters and use them for a new bag and apron. I m not fortunate to have a LQS that carries such fun prints so I have to search online for fun things and Jennifer’s is one of them. Thank you

  14. Linda L says:

    Another great interview. It was very inspiring to hear Jennifer P’s story. Love her brightly colored fabric. I would like to make small coin/catch bags or a fun summer hat. They would also make a great skirt for my 4 yr old daughter!

  15. Michelle says:

    What a great interview! I was so inspired by what Jennifer Phad to say. Thanks for the interview, Jennifer A-H!

  16. Michelle says:

    Oh! me again! Sorry. I would make a clutch purse out of these gorgeous fabrics!

  17. Petra says:

    I would make a stunning table runner to be able to start the day with a spring fun smile (after such a horrible winter…)!

  18. Carrie says:

    I just love Jennifer!! Her fabrics are amazing and she is the sweetest person!! I would use these fat quarters as part of a darling little girls outfit!! Im thinking a cute little apron dress with matching capris!!

  19. Joellen says:

    I am just learning to do English Paper Piecing and wouldn’t these fabrics look gorgeous in this old fashioned quilt. Thank you for your story!!

  20. Dawn Barry says:

    I am trying to make more things for myself and less for my kids, so I would love to have the fabric to make a tunic top :) Loved the podcast and now I want to go to Jennifer’s house!

  21. Jannie says:

    I would make a quilt! wonderful interview!

  22. Renae says:

    I would make a patchwork twirl dress. The fabric is TDF.

  23. Christy says:

    I would make a bulletin board for my sewing area. Working on painting and moving my stuff into it now, the fabrics are a great inspiration. I have to buy some for an ironing board cover.

  24. Marina says:

    Great podcast! I’m so glad I found it a few months ago. As for the gorgeous fabric, I’d love to make a spring skirt or a few small pillows to brighten up my house.

  25. Barbara says:

    Oh the fabric is so incredibly beautiful ! I would love to make a quilt for my daughters room !
    :-) Barbara

  26. Jennifer P says:

    Great podcast and beautiful fabric. I’ve been sewing purses recently. I’d love to use this fabric to make some zippered wristlets. Super cute!!

  27. san says:

    Hi, loved the podcast, love the fabric, count me in!

  28. laura says:

    I would love to use the sis boom fabric for a patchwork skirt or jumper dress for my daughter. Hope my entry is not too late.

  29. Teresa says:

    I would love to make a cool tote for the beach. Summer is coming! I hope.

  30. Sierra says:

    Love the stripes! Great colors!

  31. Stephanie says:

    Oh how I love it. My name is Stephanie and she has Stephanie in her collection. I’d defnitely make a bag/purse/tote. :o)

  32. Stacey J says:

    I would luv to make some skirts for my nieces, great colors!

  33. Knitterella says:

    Thanks for this one Jen. Great podcast and inspirational as always! What an awesome women – both of you are!

    I haven’t listened to your podcasts in awhile and for no good reason… just busy with life. Now that logged back on you today I think I need to make it part of my day and listen to one each morning while I work. You are alway inspiring! Thank YOU!

  34. Corrie says:

    I love her fabric and fret over how to use it to its best. She is just as “real” as you hope she would be! Great interview.

    Thank you!

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