I am originally from the “Country Roads” state of West Virginia, but in 2006 I followed my heart to Germany. My “three guys” consist of the one guy that I followed here, and the two that came after him, who just happen to both look like me. Since living in Germany, it has been a gradual immersion process for me, both mentally and emotionally. Expat living is multi-faceted in that it is new and exciting just as much as it is challenging and frustrating. I am fluent in German, but am continually striving towards improving my skills in each aspect of the language. For my two “little guys”, we are now in the process of taking those challenges out of manoeuvring in two languages... it will be our “gift” to them in the long run.

My creativity and know-how were perhaps inherited from my father, who is a professional painter and my mother, who was a trained Home Economics teacher. Like most other creative people, my passion to create started at a young age, and has never been satisfied with just one crafty hobby. Fabrics and sewing have, however, continued to be my beckoning medium.

I started Still Water Designs in 2007, quite by accident, an online fabric website specializing in modern and current American patchwork fabrics. My goal is to appeal to the “new generation” of crafters who are seeking alternatives to non traditional quilting fabrics. In 2012 I launched Sweetpea Designs, my own ribbon label.

My patterns have been featured on Sew Mama Sew, published in Anna Magazin & Lena’s Patchwork (German sewing & crafting magazines) 

Why the name "Campbell Soup Diary"?... find out the answer here.

1 comment:

  1. My maiden name is Campbell & I collect anything with the name Campbell on it. However, I love the Campbell Kids & am always searching for Campbell Kids items. I have been trying to locate some Campbell Kids material, but have had no luck. Do you by chance happen to know where I might possibly find any? Thank you!


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