Friday, October 31, 2014

Awesome Rotary Cutter Coat by Dawn White, First Light Designs

An awesome Rotary Cutter Coat made by Dawn White of First Light Designs. 
Dawn White of First Light Designs was having a giveaway on her blog recently, and I was one of three lucky winners who received a Rotary Cutter Coat, designed and made by Dawn. I have to be the luckiest person in the world! Dawn says I came up first in the drawing, great luck considering how much I have coveted the Rotary Cutter Coats since they appeared on Dawn's blog.

I love how the design makes the case look like a coat, and that's how it got the name Rotary Cutter Coat. Dawn owns a small home pattern business called First Light Designs here in Portland, and she is always working on something wonderful. I enjoy following her blog, and always marvel at her sewing skill. If there was ever something I wanted to figure out with sewing, I'm sure I could ask Dawn and she would know. 

Thank you to Dawn for the good luck and the great Rotary Cutter Coat!! Check out her Rotary Cutter Coat tutorial and learn how it is made. To view the tutorial click here.

7 comments:

  1. Thanks for the shout out, Bill! For safety reasons, I would advise storing your rotary cutter with the handle at the top and the blade in the bottom of the coat.

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    1. Cool, I will do that! I also try to thread the needle at the point rather than the eye. That could be the reason why I don't excel at sewing. ;)

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  2. I wonder if they design tea cozies.

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    1. I'm sure she could design a tea cozy, but not sure if she has or not. She has made sewing machine cozies. There is also a quilt shop in downtown beaverton that sells handmade quilted tea cozies. If you want one, I can get info.

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