Cobaltquilter

Textile and Fiber Arts

Washington, United States · 103 Sales

Cobaltquilter

Textile and Fiber Arts

Washington, United States 103 Sales On Etsy since 2007

5 out of 5 stars
(63)

Announcement   Welcome! My primary medium is textiles. I am currently exploring thread painting and re-purposing fabrics!

Announcement

Welcome! My primary medium is textiles. I am currently exploring thread painting and re-purposing fabrics!

PeggySue King

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PeggySue King

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Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(63)
april1

april1 on May 18, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

Gorgeous patch bought for a pair of cut-offs. Only wrinkle I experienced was that adhesive didn't work. Not complaining, though--I would have probably had to reinforce it with stitches anyway (due to its size & purpose!!😉). It looks great and I'm really happy to have a wearable piece of art. ••Thank you••

Anonymous on Apr 18, 2012

3 out of 5 stars

The workmanship is beautiful however, the quilt had 8 stains on it when I received it. I washed it and was able to get them out. Unfortunately, in doing so the 2 larger spots left the fabric lighter then the rest. I was offered a 30% discount from the seller but on my NEXT purchase. She only offered apologies for this purchase. Hopefully she has learned to check her merchandise before sending it out.

Anonymous on Jan 30, 2012

5 out of 5 stars

A very nice set. Thanks so much. Good seller communication. Well packed and quickly sent.

Anonymous on Jan 30, 2012

5 out of 5 stars

So glad I picked up this collection. Even better in person. Great price. Well packed and quickly shipped. Thanks so much.

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About

Cobaltquilters Corner

I have been sewing since childhood. My mother is an amazing seamstress, I aspire to her exactness! Art quilting since I moved to Washington state in 2002, I also joined Quiltart.com, a list serve of textile and fiber artists from around the world. I began exploring surface design as well as piecing possibilities with my work.

I enjoy exploring fabric manipulation techniques as well as embellishment possibilities. Smaller work is often done as a series, in stages.

In 2007 I opened my Etsy Shop and began the journey to self representing artist. My Local Etsy team is quite active, we meet monthly. It as my check in, "Am I moving forward with that self representing part?" So much more of a challenge than I anticipated! My youngest son calls it self advocacy.

I have recently been exploring more reclaiming/repurposing/recycling of fabrics, including knitting and broomstick lace making. The resulting scarves and floor mats are fun and interesting. Most of my yarn I have acquired through gifting, thrifting, and estate sales. Left overs from current projects add to the mix.

I continue to teach, over thirty years, now. After 20 years in a classroom, I have been in private supplementary education since 2003. Something about demystifying learning for kids fills my soul.

In August 2012, I opened a brick and mortar shop/studio/gallery inside The Olympia Flea Market, 210 Thurston Ave. downtown Olympia, Washington. I had been setting up my wares the first weekend of the month, in a booth in the open warehouse, on and off for over a year before I made the leap to a full time studio space.

Born and raised in New England the swap-meet/flea market atmosphere is comfortingly familiar. I remember spending hours as a kid at the local historical society. Their collection and display was fascinating. There were even one or two of those quaint antique shops within walking distance of where I grew up.

I am at the studio on Saturdays and Sundays, 10 AM -5 PM creating, cleaning old sewing machines, or sorting and organizing vintage and surplus notions.

My latest mantra~ Just keep sewing, sewing, sewing!

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Shop policies

Last updated on April 24, 2015
My work is created to expressf an idea or theme. Item descriptions often include the source of that inspiration. I endeavor to create work that you would be proud to display in your home and be pleased by the visual presentation.

If you have any questions about a particular piece please contact me through the contact link on the main page of my shop or an individual item page. I would love to discuss any piece in greater detail.

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  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
  • Money Order
  • Check
Payment
I accept Pay Pal, money orders and personal checks. Items ship usually within 3 - 5 days of when payment is made or clears my financial institution, approximately 7 - 10 business days from receipt of payment by check.
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My shipping fees include the estimated cost of packaging as well as postage.
Refunds and Exchanges
I anticipate people being satisfied with my work as it is represented.

If for some reason you are not I wish to respect your preference.

If you are dissatisfied with your purchase once received please contact me immediately.

Upon return receipt of the item in the condition it was sent, I will refund the purchase price including shipping costs.

Please include the original shipping label inside the returned package.