Contact

Thanks so much for getting in touch!  I can’t promise to answer every single email (my inbox is frequently overflowing), but I do my very best, and I am always grateful that you’ve taken the time to write and share part of your day with me!

Some helpful links:

  • It’s possible that your question might have already been answered on the FAQs page.
  • You might also be looking for my online classes–those have moved in their entirety to the League of Dressmakers, my online subscription club for adventurous seamstresses.
  • If you’re looking for the Whipstitch retail sewing lounge and fabric shop in Atlanta, it closed its doors for the last time on Easter weekend 2013–you can read more about our going away here.
  • Did you want to sign up for my bi-weekly newsletter?  I send out free downloads, occasional discounts and sewcial news most Tuesdays.  Use the link here to make sure you get it in your inbox!  (Oh, and pro-tip: be sure to OPEN your newsletter–I regularly send out goodies that aren’t in the subject line, so be sure to OPEN the newsletter and see what’s inside!)

If those links didn’t answer your question, please feel free to email me by writing:

deborah [at] whipstitchfabrics [dot] com

Thanks again for being part of the blog, and for making Whipstitch a fun and dynamic place to be!  I have loved carving out this little corner of the crafty internet, and can’t wait to share with you whatever it is that’s coming along next.

7 Comments

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    Kristen
    August 27, 2020 at 4:21 pm

    Hi ! I purchased your book, Stitch by Stitch, many years ago and have loved it. Unfortunately, the cd no longer works. I am wondering if I can purchase a replacement cd. Thanks.

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      Deborah
      August 28, 2020 at 5:02 pm

      Hi, Kristen! The best suggestion I can offer is to contact the publisher directly: F+W, out of Cincinnati. They may be able to send another CD along to you? The book is no longer in print, and there weren’t any digital files prepared back in 2010, but they may have copies there of the CD. Hope that helps! I’m so glad you love the book!

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    Suzanne Ernst
    September 29, 2020 at 1:52 pm

    I have a treddle sewing machine I’d like to donate to an organization that would ship the machine to a third world countries. I remember seeing a news segment on tv along time ago. Do you have any information I can follow-up on to make the donation happen. Thank you for any information you can give.

    Oh forgot, I’m in the Atlanta area but would be willing to take a road trip within the Southeast to drop off my machine.

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    Patricia Dymond
    December 14, 2020 at 10:06 am

    I am signed up for 2020 murder mystery. I was using PayPal for payment. My PayPal is inactive now. I want to pay December with a credit card. I have written several messages with no replies. I would like to be able to finish the quilt. Please help me with this issue. Thank you

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    Patrizia Rosa
    January 11, 2021 at 2:43 pm

    Hello, I am writing about your kindle cover tutorial posted on march 12, 2012.
    I can’t find measurements and instructions that you have written we can print from the link
    https://whip-stitch.com/kindle-cover
    Can you help me, please? I like it very much and I’d love to realize It by myself!

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    Cecilia M Gordon-Kane
    March 3, 2021 at 1:00 pm

    Hello Deborah, believe it or not, I have had your contact info for years, and just now took the time to research your store; then to find out you are closed. What a let down, because I always love meeting fellow sewers! I read your reason to close your store, and I completely get it. My children are now 30 and 24, and unfortunately that window of time goes by fast, it’s like a blur. So take it from a fellow sewing junkie, you definitely did the right thing. I am now doing what I truly love, and it has been quite a journey. For the longest time, I wanted to take my sewing to the next level, and I couldn’t have done it juggling work and family. Kudos to you! Hopefully, we can have an opportunity to meet.
    Cecilia

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