TheNeverendingBobbin

Handmade quilts, linens and accessories

Santa Fe, New Mexico · 157 Sales

TheNeverendingBobbin

Handmade quilts, linens and accessories

Santa Fe, New Mexico 157 Sales On Etsy since 2010

5 out of 5 stars
(47)

Announcement   Hello! Welcome to The Neverending Bobbin! Just a girl and her sewing machine, both wishing we never had to refill the bobbin.

I make handmade quilts, blankets, accessories and table linens. Old meets new is one of my favorite design aesthetics, so you will find a lot of classic, traditional quilt patterns paired with fun, modern fabrics.

Everything is made one at a time or in very small batches in my home studio in Santa Fe, New Mexico. All quilts are made out of quality materials that will stand up to regular use, machine washing, and fort building.

Follow along!
Instagram: @theneverendingbobbin

Announcement

Last updated on Apr 29, 2018

Hello! Welcome to The Neverending Bobbin! Just a girl and her sewing machine, both wishing we never had to refill the bobbin.

I make handmade quilts, blankets, accessories and table linens. Old meets new is one of my favorite design aesthetics, so you will find a lot of classic, traditional quilt patterns paired with fun, modern fabrics.

Everything is made one at a time or in very small batches in my home studio in Santa Fe, New Mexico. All quilts are made out of quality materials that will stand up to regular use, machine washing, and fort building.

Follow along!
Instagram: @theneverendingbobbin

Julie Williams

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About

There's always a project

Sewing, sewing and more sewing! I come from a long line of seamstresses. From my Great Grandmother who would make matching pajamas for everyone in the family, to my Grandmother who made each of her children a quilt, to my Home Economics teacher mother, there has always been a sewing project going on in my family.

I began sewing around 7 years old when I wanted to start making and selling purses at school. I also enjoyed making my own pajama pants. Ever since I have been always eager to start a new project and shop for fabric. I love the feel of cotton going through my hands and the hum of the sewing machine.

When my Grandmother, Imogene, passed away I was given several of her unfinished quilts. Finishing them sparked my interest in quilting. I find quilt making very rewarding and mean for them to be heirloom items.

All of the other items in my shop I own myself and feel they are very useful in everyday life. I hope you enjoy them and contact me if I can make anything specific for you!

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  • Julie Williams

    Owner, Maker, Photographer

    Hello! My name is Julie and I like working with my hands.

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