Patchberries

My goal? To make you smile today!

Poulsbo, Washington · 95 Sales

Patchberries

My goal? To make you smile today!

Poulsbo, Washington 95 Sales On Etsy since 2009

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Last updated on Nov 2, 2016

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Cheryl Edmonson

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Aimee Kaneko

Aimee Kaneko on Dec 10, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

Love everything about this. Even comes with a storage bag and love the snowflake on the stocking!

JoanSus

JoanSus on Aug 10, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

such a nice person...my grandson and daughter in law loved it....very professional and willing to make every effort to make it work...thanks so much....

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About

Sharing My Sewing Geekness with the World!

Hi, thanks for stopping by! My name is Cheryl Edmonson and I’m the “face” behind Patchberries. Yep, that’s me.

I have one awesome husband who writes books (ceedmonson.com) and two incredible daughters. They are my biggest encouragers. (You can say, “Aaaawh” here.)

I grew up in Hawaii. See my website (patchberries.com) for more on that. I graduated from the University of Hawaii with a degree in Fashion Design with the hopes of someday opening my own children's clothing business. Instead, my career took me down the road of copyediting. Go figure. Sewing became something I did for my kids and for gifts.

Somewhere along the way, I discovered I could draw a little bit. And, in 2012, two of my geek hobbies (computers & sewing) came together when my husband bought me an embroidery machine that hooked up to my computer. (I told you he was awesome!)

These days you'll find me sketching, digitizing and sewing every chance I get. Every design you see here is a Patchberries original designed by me. Some designs have taken me months to perfect. I've learned that going from paper to fabric can be a complicated process. But I love it!

One of my biggest goals in life is to be able to make a positive difference for children who need extra care and love. For now, I'm doing that by giving at least 10% of my profit to the Seattle Children's Hospital. They are an amazing organization!

I hope you’ll join my Patchberries family at patchberries.com to get updates on this fun journey!

Cheryl

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