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Thursday, January 7th 2010

5:21 PM

..MOVED

10 Additional Thoughts.

Posted by Original Mischief:

I've never heard of them but it could be because I'm an Aussie. However, I'm off to have a looksee. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.
Saturday, February 6th 2010 @ 5:42 AM

Posted by Lizzie Bramlett:

After looking at the new catalog, there are several of the designs that I'm definitely going to make.

And Kate loves for Folkwear users to email photos of their creations to her so she can add them to her gallery page.
Friday, January 15th 2010 @ 7:54 AM

Posted by Alyssa:

I'm still on the hunt for Folkwear patterns. We catalogued a bunch of them last year in the Commercial Pattern Archive.
Tuesday, January 12th 2010 @ 4:39 PM

Posted by Jonathan:

I first thing I ever made using a pattern was the Folkwear Regency dress in about 1981.
Tuesday, January 12th 2010 @ 11:16 AM

Posted by Carol:

I made the Kinsale Cloak for my roommate in college, 30 years ago. It is still one of my proudest accomplishments.
Monday, January 11th 2010 @ 5:56 PM

Posted by Miranda:

Thank you for bringing attention to Folkwear. I started selling their patterns in 1976 when I opened a fiber shop in Evanston, Illinois. I made each pattern as they came out. Even though I can no longer wear most of them - 30+ years does add a bit of weight to a woman, I still have them in my collection. Can't wait to make the hat!
Monday, January 11th 2010 @ 6:43 AM

Posted by Lizzie:

I'm glad to hear that so many of you are also Folkwear fans. I would have guessed as much!

In the small world department, as it turns out, Kate and I have a friend in common. This friend worked at Lark with Kate, and I taught her two sons. She was one of my all-time favorite parents in 28 years in the classroom.
Saturday, January 9th 2010 @ 4:37 PM

Posted by Maggie:

I ADORE Folkwear patterns, and started buying and sewing with them in the 70s. I have made many and have always been thrilled with the results. My most recent creation was about a month ago, making the women's hippari jacket for my aunt. It came out beautifully as ever!

Bravi Lizzie and Kate!
Thursday, January 7th 2010 @ 8:11 PM

Posted by Anonymous:

I LOVE folkwear patterns, Thanks Lizzie for posting this fabulous interview. Can't wait to see the hat pattern!
Thursday, January 7th 2010 @ 7:57 PM

Posted by Joules:

I'm a Folkwear Patterns fan! I still have some around here someplace. Lizzie, what an adventure, to meet Kate, and to see all of this fabulosity. Good going!
Thursday, January 7th 2010 @ 6:57 PM