How To Buy My Art
Some people have said they have a hard time figuring out how to buy my art. I suppose it’s true that in the past I’ve been a bit vague about it, and to be honest until recently, I was a bit confused myself. So I’m trying to make it clear here how to buy my art. If you have any questions at all, just email me and ask, I’ll be happy to answer you. If it takes a few days, it’s probably because I’m obsessed with whatever I happen to be working on.
The simplest way to buy my art is to check my blog everyday. I’m always making something new and am never sure what I’ll be working on until I get into the studio that morning.
When I have a piece of art for sale I post it on my blog as soon as it’s done. This is generally in the evening or in the morning. If you subscribe to my blog – there’s a subscribe button at the top of the home page – you’re sure to see when I have something available. To be honest, most of the things I am making sell fairly quickly. I’m grateful for that. If I do have anything for sale you’ll see it at the bottom of this page.
The only standing inventory I have is my patchwork potholders. I always have them for sale. Like the rest of my work they are made from recycled clothes and fabric and each one is unique depending on the fabric I have available at the time I make them. You can find out more about them at the bottom of this page.
I occasionally do commissions. If you have the clothes of a family member or friend that has sentimental value and you’d like me to make them into a quilt or potholders or pillow, you can email me with the details. If you see something on my blog , like a potholder or scarf, that you like but it’s already sold, I may be able to make you one similar to it. Again, just email me. If it’s something I can do and want to do, I will. If not, I’ll let you know that I can’t.
I’ve been delighted to find a creative and encouraging community grow around my blog in the past couple of years. I never imagined making and selling my work would bring me so many new friends and creative connections. So thanks. I’m always coming up with new ideas for my work so please come back and see what’s going on in my School House Studio.
Pieces for Sale
I always have patchwork potholders for sale. They are all made from recycled clothes and fabric. Some for women and some for men and some for both women and men. They are machine washable. They are $15 each + $5 shipping in the US. (Shipping charges vary with quantity)
I also have His And Her Potholders for sale and….
Her and Her Potholders for sale and…..
The His and Her and Hers and Hers and His and His potholders all come in a pair. One for each cook in the family, tied with a fabric, stitched sweetheart tag. These are $30 for the pair + $5 shipping in the US.